Beatty, Catherine H.

July 20, 2004

On July 18, 2004 CATHERINE H. BEATTY (nee Riley), beloved wife of the late Edmund J. Beatty; devoted mother of Gerald A. Beatty; loving grandmother of Anthony and Christopher Beatty and Sandra Wagner; great grandmother Kelly Beatty. A Catholic Prayer service will be held at Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Wednesday 11 A.M. Visiting hours on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.away after a long illness. Born in Leominster, MA, January 17, 1925, died July 18, 2004. A 1942 graduate of Mamaroneck, NY High School while living in Larchmont, NY, and New Rochelle, NY. Married to Howard Beaver, January 25, 1947. Dolly was an artist for Terrytoons Motion Pictures (Mighty Mouse) and for studios in New York City doing animated commercials. After moving to Roselle, NJ where she raised two children she became an artist for several newspapers, three in Baltimore, MD after moving there in 1979. Dolly was active in church and charitable events. Some of the achievements and activities that she will be remembered and appreciated for are: Dollars Month Club and the Beautification Committee and Sunday School teaching in Roselle, NJ. While living in Baltimore she served on the church board of directors and started a fund raising drive for a new church organ. She is survived by her husband, Howard, two children, daughter; Darien Bowie-Hoegee of Amsterdam, The Netherlands and son Robert Beaver of Lehighton, PA, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, two sisters and two brothers. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial gifts to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Essex, MD or St. Lukes Episcopal Church, Roselle, NJ or St. Francis Episcopal Church, Lake Placid. Memorial Services will be held Sunday, July 25, 2004 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church after the 10 A.M. Service. Arrangements entrusted to SCOTT FUNERAL HOME, Lake Placid, Florida 863-465-4134.

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