Betty Lou Gunstone 05/14/1944-03/09/2023
Preceded in death by her parents, Wilfred and Mary Elizabeth, sisters Rose Ann, Mary Ellen and Charles (Bill) Gunstone. She is survived by her nephew Karl Amundson Gunstone. Cousins, Ethel Gunstone Anderson, Shane Warfield, James Warfield and friends Becky Nettleton, Ramey Rogness and Jack Riddock, and others. She worked at Saint Peters Hospital for 30 years, and a short time at Montana City School until her retirement in 2006. She volunteered as a senior companion, loved to camp, fish, and spend time with her sisters. She liked to do crafts, baking and making cakes and take photos of sunrises and sunsets. She was happy and joyful to talk to. A Viewing will be held from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 27th at Anderson Stevenson Wilke Funeral Home, 3750 N. Montana Avenue. A Memorial Service will take place at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, March 28th at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1000 Helena Avenue.
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Glen J Cuchine says
My thoughts and good wishes are with all Betty’s family and friends….Betty will always be remembered as a gentle, sweet lady. Betty and I were classmates at Helena High School and graduated in 1964. It was always a pleasure to run into her from time to time….RIP, Betty.
Darlene Miller Scott says
I remember Betty from High School and the hospital. She was one of those people that you never forget, because she was always so nice. My thoughts and prayers to her family. Heaven has received a special angel. Rest in Peace, Betty.
Kathy Crawford says
Betty you will be deeply missed by your Lucky Bucky’s family.Your a true gem! RIP Betty fly high.
Sally Nyland says
My condolences to the Gunstone Family,
I lived in the same neighborhood, just one block away from the Gunstone family in the 6th Ward. I remember all the girls (Rose Ann, Mary Ellen and Betty Lou) and their brother Bill. They were a nice family and I always enjoyed our talks and reminiscing over times gone by. RIP.