December 25, 1923 - July 11, 2016
"God look around His garden And found an empty place. He then looked down upon the earth And saw your tired face. He put his arms around you And lifted you to rest. God's garden must be beautiful He always takes the best."
Obituary of Betty Sheehan
Betty Jane (Pearce) Sheehan, born in Wilson, NY on December 25, 1923.
Daughter of the late Jack and Leola Bradley Pearce, former City of Lockport Bookkeeper before retiring and opening Danny Sheehan's Steak House with her husband Danny, where she worked as Hostess until she was 89 years of age for Mike Ennis.
Member of American Legion Auxiliary and VFW Auxiliary; former member of Lockport Town & CC and Zonta Club. Enjoyed golf, her Bid Pitch girls at Cammarata's, her Bridge Group; traveling to several foreign countries & the USA; especially Hawaii with Danny, her love.
Predeceased by her husband, Danny Sheehan on July 18, 2005, Betty is survived by her son, Richard C. Sheehan; daughter-in-law, Susan Bieniek Sheehan; grandsons, Daniel R. (Christy) Sheehan, Kyle D. (Traci) Sheehan and great-grandchildren, Daniel R. Sheehan II, Jack Sheehan, Katie Sheehan and Samantha Sheehan; also by several wonderful nieces and nephews; sister, Elmira Ellen McClelland; brother, Jerald A. Pearce; sister-in-law, Anita Pearce; predeceased by brothers, John Pearce, William (Jim) Pearce; and sister, Kathryn Pearce DeFelice.
Friends may call from 4-7 on Thursday at the Taylor and Reynolds Funeral Home, 70 Niagara Street. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 12:00 pm at All Saints Parish, 76 Church St. (please assemble at church). Burial will be at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations to Niagara Hospice would be appreciated by the family.
Hi Dick, we are sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a great Lady. We always loved seeing her. Fondly, Mary Sue and Alan
On behalf of B. Leo Dolan Post #410 American Legion Auxiliary, I would like to express our sincere condolences to the family of Betty Sheehan. Please know that our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Dick and Susan, A long time had passed but I was very fortunate to see your Mom during her recent stay at Briodys. It seemed like yesterday. She was as always, gracious, loving, and a good soul. I was very lucky to have her and your dad on my shoulder during my early years. God bless her, you, and your family. An old friend.
God Bless You & Your Family For Tragic Loss, You will Be in my Prayers! GOD BLESS XOXOXO ?
Dear Dick and Sue,
Of course we are so sorry about Aunt Betty, I’m so glad we were able to have a couple of nice long talks on the phone in the last couple of months. She said when she heard some news she would still think “I have to call Mary Jane and tell her”. I still do the same thing. Now the four of them can start doing “stuff” together on Mondays. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rick and I lit a candle for her, and three more for Uncle Danny and Mom and Dad. in this amazing place called “The Grotto” in Portland. They will be missed but had lives well lived.