Elizabeth Anne (Bette) Matheson (Hlus) nee Mokrey

August 6, 2020 5 Condolences Print Obituary

Elizabeth Anne (Bette) October 21, 1940 formerly of Innisfree passed away peacefully at home in Edmonton on August 4, 2020 surrounded by family.

She was predeceased by her mother Annie, father Joe, sister Vi Pshyk, brothers William and Victor, Nephew's Brian and Dave Mokrey, Rick Pshyk , Niece Margy Lien and first husband Orest Hlus.

She leaves to mourn her husband Ken Matheson, stepsons Kent (Bonnie and Audrey) and Todd, nieces Terri Caeser and Beverly Glowach (Alec) and nephew Curtis Mokery.

Bette attended the U of A and had a very successful forty year career in Pharmacy.

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will follow at a later date.

  1. Our condolences go to Ken. A former classmate at Innisfree, we enjoyed Betty and Ken’s company at Sunbird.

    • Heartfelt condolences to you Ken.
      Bette was a wonderful person. I knew Bette for more than forty years and always admired her strength of character, professionalism, and kindness to others.
      She was a very dear friend and I will always treasure her friendship and will remember the many good times I spent with you and Bette. She was a very brave and courageous woman.
      She will be sadly missed by all of us who have had the privilege of knowing her.

  2. My sincere condolences to the family. She was the gold standard in everything she touched…an amazing person and an outstanding leader. It was a genuine pleasure working for her for over 20 years. The world is better because of her.

  3. My condolences to Bette’s family. I worked with Bette at the Royal Alexandra Hospital Pharmacy – she was such a professional in her work and such a warm friend to all. Bette will be missed.

  4. We are forwarding our deepest and most heartfelt sympathies to friend Ken Matheson and all the family members and friends of he and Elizabeth on this day from Mississauga Ontario .

    Memories fill our hearts of good times past and we glad to have had recent shared recent communications with Ken and Bettie from a-far. Many thoughts of the Edmonton days and Las Vegas adventures live on in our hearts, no matter f the distance across the miles. Love and condolences are coming your way from us.
    xoxoxo and hugs.

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