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Betty Jane Sivelle

January 24, 1925 — December 9, 2016

Obituary for Betty Jane Sivelle

Betty Jane Anderson Sivelle passed away at home December 9, 2016 at 2:42 pm surrounded by her loved ones, of complications related to Dementia.

Betty was born in Ventura, California, January 24, 1925 to William Brown Anderson and Leota Gladdis Phillips Anderson. Betty graduated from Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California, Class of 1943. Betty went to work to help the World War II effort at California Flyers, Inc. a subcontractor to Douglas Aircraft, building wing spars for C47 Bombers, and the Federal Aviation Administration at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport).

Betty married Jim Sivelle at the First Congregational Church in Los Angeles on September 13, 1947. They have two children, Brett Mervin Sivelle and Deborah Gale Sivelle Chapman.

Betty enjoyed boating and was a competitive water skier. She loved fishing in the mountains and the ocean, foreign travel, and Family Genealogy. She loved working in her garden and enjoyed her fabulous mountain and lake views, as well as the wildlife that frequently visited their yard.

Betty is preceded in death by her Father: William Brown Anderson, Mother: Leota Gladdis Phillips Anderson, and her Sister: Evon Duane Anderson Lovett Abacherli.

Betty is survived by her husband William “Jim” Sivelle, son Brett Mervin Sivelle and daughter in law Carolyn, daughter Deborah Gale Sivelle Chapman and her husband Jim. Nephews: Dennis Lovett and wife Linda, Larry Lovett and wife Robin. Grandchildren: Christian Sivelle, Heidi Sivelle Williams and husband Kris, James Chapman and wife Christine, and six great grandchildren, Carlos and Emma Sivelle, Sydney and Eli Williams, Liam and Luke Chapman.

A Celebration of Life will be held at The Lake Funeral Home & Crematory, 101 6th Avenue East, Polson, Montana on Monday December 19th at 10 am, burial will follow at Lake View Cemetery, 2000 Hillcrest Dr., Polson, Montana.

Donations can be made to the Polson Community Church, 1814 1st Street East, Polson, Montana 59860, or Veterans Honor Guard, 35772 Spike Ct., Ronan, Montana 59864.

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