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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Betty Allen Spadaro

1918 - 2022

Glen Lake and Altamont, N.Y.

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Betty Allen Spadaro died on May 2, 2022.  Betty, the daughter of the late Virgil Allen and Stella Horton Allen Vroman, grew up in Amsterdam and Schenectady.  She was a graduate from Nott Terrace High School in 1936 and Oneonta Normal School in 1939 with a certificate to teach elementary grades.  It was there, where she met many of her life-long friends.  Betty was awarded the Bachelor of Education and later the Masters of Education degrees from the NYS Teachers...

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Betty Spadaro September 18, 1918 – May 2, 2022 I Love: To smooth the soft fur of a purring cat, To taste the luscious juicy red strawberries, To smell fresh bread baking in the oven, To listen to musicals performed on stages large and small, To observe sprint race cars in formation being led around the track, To become acquainted with people from places near and far I have never known, To travel to all parts of the world, To work with members of various organizations, To sail out in my pontoon on Glen Lake, To play bridge to pass the time with others, To entertain groups of all sorts, To shop for clothes that coordinate, To play my piano to entertain myself, To read about lives of famous people and their legacies, To create objects of soft clay, To go horseback riding amid rows of trees on an early spring morning To square dance to the call of “Climbing the Golden Stairs”, To cruise on the aqua waters of the Caribbean on a sunny day, To take pictures of African animals-zebras, lions and elephants, To write letters to my friends afar, To plan for a Merry Christmas for my son. All these have helped to make my life a happy one. Betty
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Sally Gordon

May 12, 2022 1:51 PM

My sympathies to Betty’s family for your loss. Betty was a great lady and a dear friend of my mother
Helen Sullivan. I’ve had the opportunity of getting acquainted with Betty at the Queensbury Senior Center. RIP Betty. My prayers to all.
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Anna Bennett

May 12, 2022 1:14 PM

Condolences to all.

Betsi McGoldrick

May 11, 2022 3:19 PM

So saddened to read of Betty’s passing in the Times Union today. I was privileged to be one of Betty’s student teachers from Oneonta when she taught 3rd grade at Altamont School in 1967. I learned so much from her. Pat and she were so kind to me…having me for dinner, helping me get my car repaired. Betty and I also shared the same birthday so every September a birthday card would arrive from Betty with a lovely letter filled with all her various activities.
Betty was a special lady. Prayers and condolences to all her family and friends.

Nancy Tortorello

May 11, 2022 1:21 PM

Betty was my fifth grade teacher at Altamont Elementary School. She was a wonderful teacher, who never forgot any of her students. In recent years we reconnected and I was privileged to attend her 100th birthday celebration, as well as visit her at her home on Glen Lake. Occasionally she would call to check up on me and she did so as recently as this last Christmas.
Betty was an inspiration to all who knew her; a true treasure.

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May 9, 2022 4:48 PM
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