1930 — 2023
Betty Working day Allen, beloved by all who realized her, handed away peacefully on June 8, 2023 at the age of 93. She lived a entire and amazing everyday living.
Betty was born in 1930 to Raymond and Florence Working day. Betty savored her teen decades in Ogden, Utah where she attended Ogden Higher Faculty. She beloved to dance and conduct with church dance groups. Later she married Scott D. Allen in the Logan Temple. Alongside one another they raised a loved ones in Salt Lake Town.
A loving mom to her youngsters Jarl (Janice) Allen, Jenna (Jeffrey) Holt, and Lesly Allen Betty’s greatest pleasure in existence was investing time with her 10 amazing and proficient grandchildren and her 15 terrific-grandchildren with just one much more on the way. Betty’s beloved action was attending her grandchildren’s quite a few dance and musical performances. She was often the 1st one particular in line, often arriving two hours early to get a front row seat.
Betty labored and volunteered with the Utah Heritage Basis. She loved supplying tours of restored homes. Betty loved to travel and see new sights and locations. Betty never ever met a tour she did not want to get or give. She volunteered many summers on the East Coast as a docent with the National Park Service. She and Scott would generate throughout the country and dwell in Countrywide Park Services housing and Betty would give excursions as a guidebook.
When she was 70 several years aged, she took a excursion to England and France with her daughters and some of her granddaughters. She outwalked and out-toured absolutely everyone. When she was 80 she expended two months traveling around China. She hiked a section of the Fantastic Wall and as she descended the methods she was fulfilled with applause and bows from the group below.
Betty cherished to host functions for extended family members, neighbors, and buddies. Her chocolate cakes have been famous. She loved to ski with her family and snowshoe with her buddies. She was an accomplished seamstress and cherished studying the newspaper. She was acknowledged in the family members as the greatest giver of items. She would shell out months browsing out the fantastic product for individual loved ones members.
Betty was preceded in dying by her partner, and her sister, Ruth Pease.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Ballet West’s Academy Scholarship Fund at https://boxoffice.balletwest.org/donate/lead1 or connect with Angela at 801-869-6931.
A graveside support for Betty will be held on Tuesday, July 11, 2023 at 11 a.m. at the Huntsville, Utah Cemetery. Betty’s spouse and children invitations all who knew her to join them in celebrating her lifestyle.
Condolences could be shared at: www.lindquistmortuary.com.