Obituary of Elizabeth J. Mainville
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Elizabeth Jean Mainville of Fort Covington, affectionately known as Betty Jean to many, passed away peacefully December 26, 2021 at the University Of Vermont Medical Center. Betty was born March 13, 1929 to the late Ella and Earl Jackson. On April 3, 1951 she married Donald Mainville and they went on to raise two children Darlene and Darrell. Betty loved to cook, read and embroidery. Prior to retirement she kept a watchful eye over her sister Joyce's children Carol and Kenny. When she and Donald purchased Farquhar's Hardware in Fort Covington, she went from housewife to learning and running the store. Betty is survived by her husband of 70 years; her daughter Darlene (Dumper) Mainville of Massena and life partner Bonnie Hanna of Laguna Hills, Ca; son Darrell and wife Bobby of Fort Covington; grandson Amos his wife Kamilla and two great granddaughters Lisbeth and Savina; a sister Joyce Smith, brother Earl (Jr) Jackson and wife Shirley; sister in law Barbie Wood; many nieces and nephews. Betty was predeceased by brother in law James Smith and nephew Kenny Smith; brother in law Lyle Mainville; sister in law Janet Mainville; brother in law Francis Wood. Memorial contributions may be acknowledged with the Fort Covington Rescue Squad and the Fort Covington Helping Hands Food Pantry. The family has chosen to do a graveside service and celebration of life in the spring of 2022. Online remembrances may be shared at www.brusofuneralservice.com. Arrangements are under the care of the Cappiello-McKenzie & Cosgrove Funeral Home in Fort Covington, N.Y.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Elizabeth Mainville, please visit Tribute Store
Donations may be made to the Fort Covington Vol. Rescue Squad or Fort Covington Helping Hands Food Pantry.
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