Betty Aron
Betty Aron
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Betty Frances Aron, 82, died on December 17, 2014 after a courageous struggle with Leukemia. She was surrounded by her loving family when she passed away. Betty was  born in Houston on March 10, 1932 to Sam and Mary Rosenberg. An only child to older  parents, Betty was adored and showered with love. She was a wonderful wife, mother and  friend, and she always cared for other's welfare before her own. She was truly a selfless  soul who never knew a stranger. Betty graduated from San Jacinto High School in 1950,  and then married the love of her life for 64 ½ years, Sidney Aron. She attended college  briefly before becoming a mother. She and Sidney would go on to bear four children, who  consequently blessed them with grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her family and  her beloved friends were the things she cherished the most in life. Betty always had a smile  on her face and a sweet and calm disposition. She was a trusted confidant and true friend. Her strong belief in Judaism steered her to be a most ethical woman. She was a  life-long member of Congregation Beth Yeshurun, and truly enjoyed all aspects of her  spiritual home. Betty was predeceased by her beloved parents, Sam and Mary Rosenberg  and grandson, Michael Aron. She is survived by her husband, Sidney Aron, daughters  Sondra Rosenthal, Lisa Finkelstein (Elliot), a son, Howard Aron, and daughter, Diane Reich  (Lewis). Her grandchildren, Adam Caplan (Elizabeth), Miriam Block (Matt), Julie  Finkelstein, Melanie Rade (Gavin), Emily Kissler (Jaye), Jennifer Rosenthal , Stuart Aron  and Isaac Reich. They were the joy of her life. She was also blessed with six great- grandchildren, Shayna and Harry Block, Seth and Sidney Caplan, Abby Rade, and Lilly  Kissler. The family would like to thank Dr. Kelty Baker who cared for Betty with such  compassion and kindness. They also want to acknowledge the fantastic doctors, nurses and  staff on the 8th floor oncology unit at the Methodist Hospital who helped to make her  comfortable. Their kindness was a blessing. Funeral services will be held in the  Friedman-Levit Chapel at Congregation Beth Yeshurun on Friday, December 19, 2014 at  1:00pm. The family requests a private burial. Donations in her memory can be made to  Congregation Beth Yeshurun, the Jewish Family Service, Seven Acres or a charity of your  choice.


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