Betty Morin

February  27th, 1934 April  10th, 2024
Betty Morin


Betty Morin, devoted mother and beloved wife, passed away peacefully on April 10, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, learning, and adventure.

Betty was born on February 27, 1934, in Bozeman, Montana, to William and Virginia Erickson. Her life was a testament to love and commitment. She married the love of her life, Clayton Morin, and together they shared a bond that endured until Clayton's untimely passing due to cancer in 1992. Their love was a beacon of strength and warmth to all who knew them.

Betty's greatest joy came from being a mother to her three children: Michael, Christopher, and Jonathan. She poured her heart and soul into nurturing them, imparting wisdom, and fostering their growth into compassionate and accomplished individuals. Her love knew no bounds, and her children were her pride and joy.

Throughout her life, Betty embraced the spirit of adventure. She was well-traveled, exploring the far corners of the globe and experiencing the wonders of diverse cultures. Her adventurous spirit took her to Antarctica in her 70s, a testament to her curiosity and fearlessness.

Betty was not only well-traveled but also well-read and intellectually curious. She possessed a keen intellect and a thirst for knowledge that knew no bounds. Her wisdom and insight were sought after by many, and her presence enriched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Betty will be remembered fondly for her kindness, her warmth, and her unwavering love for her family. Though she may no longer be with us in body, her spirit will live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved her. Betty will be deeply missed but never forgotten. May she rest in eternal peace, reunited with her beloved Clayton, in a place where love knows no bounds.


February 27th
Michael Born
Christopher Born
Jonathan Born
Moved to Japan
Moved back to California
Beloved father and husband Clayton Morin passed
April 10th


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April 12, 2024
Betty and her sister, Joyce, were my best friends. We met in fourth grade and grew up together, were in each other’s weddings, and had children about the same ages. For a number of years Betty’s family lived across the street from my family, and her dad called me his other daughter. Not everyone has the luxury of a friend for 79 years. I did, and Betty was that friend. She will be sorely missed.
Leah Gilmore
April 12, 2024
Thank you for being such a great person....Chris and I kept our troublemaking down to a minimum and even when that didn't always go to plan, you never had any harsh words and I always felt welcome in your home. God bless you Betty.
Jeff Shepard
April 12, 2024
My sweet Betty . It was an honor being your aide up until the very end . I love hearing all your stories and laughter . You will sure be missed .
Alesha Munoz


Please join us as we gather to honor and celebrate the remarkable life of Betty. This will be an online Remembrance and more of a visit to say 'Hi', and talk about mom. Please pop in when you have time.

Send me a message on Facebook or at 408-507-0143 if you would like to be added to the private Messenger group.

If you have some things you remember about her that you would like  to share, please add them to the `Memory Wall`.
Private Facebook Messenger Group
April 20, 2024
1p to 4p MDT  


In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to the "American Cancer Society", in honor of Betty's memory.

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