Betty loved to crochet afghans, dollies and baby outfits for all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, she was self taught in the art of embroidery, crocheting and sewing. She even made time to crochet baby blankets and donate them to the Women’s and Infants Pavilion. She never wanted a baby to go home without a little extra warmth. Though, none of her daughters ever embraced her passion of crouching. It didn’t stop her from trying to teach them. She was a very private person and never wanted special attention for her charity. Betty was married to her husband, Henry Freeman, for 69 years and who proceded her in death. Thank God for watching over and taking her home. We will all one day be together again.