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Betty McNabb

Betty Darlene McNabb, a beloved resident of Calgary, passed away on July 4, 2023 at the age of 79. Born in Innisfail, Alberta, she was the youngest of five daughters of John and Clara Schmick. Betty grew up on a farm in the Midway District near Carstairs. After graduating from Carstairs High School in 1962, she moved to Calgary and embarked on a remarkable 40-year career with the Bank of Montreal. Throughout her time at various branches, such as the BMO Stock Yard branch, TransCanada Mall Branch, and Marlborough Mall Branch, Betty’s dedication and love for people shone through. Her commitment to customer service was so exceptional that she was recognized by customers even after she had retired. Betty will be deeply missed by her loving family, including her husband Gerry of 52 years, and her sons Trevor (Michelle) and Jarett (fiance Jenn).

Betty McNabb, an exceptional woman known for her grace and inner beauty, will be remembered for the inspiring legacy she left behind. Her warm smile and genuine compassion touched the lives of everyone she encountered. Betty’s dedication, purpose, and love for people were evident during her years as a Customer Service Representative. Her customers brought her great joy, and she often spoke about the lasting impact they had on her. Even on her days off, individuals would approach her to express their appreciation and longing for her presence. Betty’s retirement in 2009 marked the end of a remarkable career, but her profound influence on others continued to be felt.

Betty McNabb was preceded in death by her parents, John and Clara Schmick, as well as her sisters Edna Dolphin, Florence McKay, Marjorie Anderson, and Shirley McKinnon. The family has requested that there be no formal service, but a Celebration of Betty’s Life will be held on November 18, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. at the Half Century Club in Carstairs, Alberta. In memory of Betty, donations can be made to the MS Society, Alzheimer Society, or the Arthritis Society. To share photos, condolences, and cherished memories of Betty, please visit the website http://www.choicememorial.com. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all those whose lives she touched with her kindness and grace.

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