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Betsy L. Ingersoll
March 14, 1944 ~ October 12, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Betsy L. Ingersoll, 79 of Auburn NY passed away surrounded by loved ones on October 12, 2023, at Auburn Community Hospital. Born in Binghamton, NY on March 14, 1944. Betsy was the daughter of the late Donald H. and Betty M. (Vandish) Rhoades. She retired from Auburn Nursing Home as a CNA and worked there for over 35 years. Betsy was a true nature lover. She loved to explore as well as travel. Loved the woods as well as bodies of water. Betsy adored her many pets. She especially loved fish, turtles, birds, whales, and collecting seashells. Betsy's passions were cooking, reading, knitting, hidden word puzzles and collecting. Above all, Betsy cherished time she spent with her family, making memories.
Betsy is survived by her children, Timothy L. Archambo, Christine M Heckerman and Zach Ingersoll. Her grandchildren, Alexander, Tyler, Stephen Archambo, Katherine Heckerman and Sierra, Caitlyn, Jenna and Zachary Ingersoll and Betsy's great granddaughter, Shelby Rae Archambo; her siblings, Linda Cuatt, Donald Rhoades Jr., Patricia Renna, Lucinda Crymer, William Rhoades, Anita McCloskey, Patricia McDerby and Christa Mowery; her cousin, Nancy Weber; her niece, Debi DiNatale, along with several other nieces, nephews, and cousins. In addition to her parents,
Betsy was predeceased by her loving husband, Ronald P. Ingersoll and her son in law, John M Heckerman.
At Betsy's request, there will be no calling hours or services. Burial will be held privately in the future for family members.
In memory of Betsy's love of nature, donations in her name may be made to the National Wildlife Refuge.
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