Betty Louise Sayers (Meade), 92, of Johnsburg, New York died Tuesday morning May 18, 2021 at a family home in Hudson, New Hampshire.
She was born on March 24, 1929 in Chestertown, New York, the daughter of Ashley E and Leone (Loveland) Meade.
Betty Sayers graduated from Johnsburg Central School in North Creek, New York and worked as a telephone operator. She married John Harold Sayers, of Brooklyn, New York, on June 18, 1949.
Though Betty traveled and lived primarily along the Eastern coast of the United States, in Nashua, NH and Midwest City, Oklahoma for many years, she remained passionately connected to the Crane Mountain, Garnet Lake area of the Adirondack mountains where she and her eight siblings grew up. She returned there to live in 1995.
Betty was deeply spiritual with a love of nature, known for her lasting friendships, as a fiercely loyal mother and sister, a caring advocate for those in need, and tender grandmother.
Betty was predeceased by her parents, her husband John, and siblings Edna Belmore, James Meade, Ashley Meade and Margaret (Meade) Harrington.
Betty is survived by her sisters Geraldine Britton of Garnet Lake, New York, and Marie Montena of Sodom, New York and brothers, Daniel Meade, of Hermitage Tennessee and Edwin Meade of Glens Falls, New York. Also, her special in-laws, Angela Meade of Glens Falls, New York and Myron Otis (Otie) Harrington of Queensberry, New York.
Left to cherish so many treasured memories are her five children, Laura Chambers, Kathy Beyer, Ann Bastille, Charles Sayers, and Patrick Sayers; sons-in-law, Ian Chambers and Ron Bastille, daughter-in-law Tammy Sayers, 12 grand children, 12 great grandchildren, and two great-great grand children. We carry your perfect spirit in our hearts until we are reunited in Heaven forever.
Family attended a private graveside service at Saint Francis-Xavier Cemetery, Nashua NH on Friday, May 21st, 2021.
Celebration of Life will be held 11:00 am, Saturday, July 3rd at the Alexander-Baker Funeral Home, 3809 Main St. Warrensburg, NY.
Please visit www.alexanderfh.net for online guestbook, condolences and directions.