Let the memory of Betty be with us forever
  • 91 years old
  • Born on May 26, 1925 .
  • Passed away on September 18, 2016 .

This memorial website away created in memory of our loved one, Betty Nazaroff, 91, born on May 26, 1925 and passed away on September 18, 2016. We will remember her forever.

Betty June Nazaroff passed away peacefully in her sleep on Sunday afternoon in the presence of family. At 91 years of age, she lived a long and happy life. She was born in 1925, a child of the Great Depression, and worked making airplane motors during World War II. She married Phillip Nazaroff, and had two boys, Dave and Mark.

She had a fantastic final year, in which, she welcomed her two great grandchildren into the world and attended the Littlefield Family Reunion. She even made it to the casino a few weeks ago! She always brought the fun and was a pleasure to gab with. She will be missed, but will remain in the hearts of those who were lucky enough to have known her. 

Viewing and Memorial  Sunday September 25, 2016, 7:00 pm at College Ave Church of the Nazarene, 8221 College Ave., Whittier, CA 90605.

Funeral September 26, 2016, 10:30 am, Rose Hills Memorial Park, 3888 Workman Mill Rd., Gate 17,  Whittier, CA 90601, directly across from the chapel.  

Please join us for lunch at Steak N Stein, 9545 E. Whittier Blvd., Pico Rivera, CA 90660, immediately following the funeral. RSVP for lunch by emailing leahmkrueger@gmail.com, calling or texting (562) 818-3473 by Saturday Sept. 24, 2016.

Posted by Denise Fiore on 19th September 2017
Thought about you today Betty, You are missed and will be loved forever. Love Denise
Posted by Bonnie Schmoll on 26th May 2017
I think that I was home from college one weekend, when Aunt Betty came in the back door...and she looked sooo wonderful!! I had not seen her for quite awhile, but she had been on Nutri "something or other" (Sweet?)Diet and had lost "bu-ku" weight!!! For a price, the company sent her the food, and that is just exactly what she ate... She really did look great, and I was so happy for her!!
Posted by JaAn Littlefield on 23rd September 2016
Aunt Betty was one of my most favorite Great Aunts. She truly loved her family. She was a great travelling/gambling buddy to my parents(John and Janet Littlefield) My kids and I will always remember whenever she came to Washington for a visit, she made us take her to Dairy Queen every single day to get a buster bar ice cream. On hearing of her passing we had our first one since her last visit. A great big hug to Tanya, Leah and Phillip. My brothers Jay Jon and Joe and I are thinking of you today. You are loved and so was Aunt Betty.
Posted by Mary Werthwine on 23rd September 2016
Sorry we will not be able to come over for the memorial or funeral. So glad we got to help celebrate Betty's 90th birthday, and we got to see her dance at Leah and Nick's wedding. Happier times! With fond Aloha, Barry and Mary
Posted by Dorothy Slevkoff on 23rd September 2016
Grandma Betty will be missed, always a joy to be around. She was truly loved by family and friends. Condolences to the entire family -comfort and peace in her passing. Betty will be remembered, her love for others cherished.
Posted by Bonnie Schmoll on 21st September 2016
This is HARRY Now I need a new Gambling Partner. OK Tanya your it. Had lots of fun with Betty. Drinking all the ICE TEAS. Tonya your next again but with WINE. Betty was a good example for her 2 grandkids they both are following her leads but they also have an advantage of there own MOM. Thank YOU Tonya for the True Care YOU gave to Betty for MANY YEARS..

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