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Posted By DeJohn Funeral Homes On August 29, 2011 @ 12:00 am In Obituaries | 3 Comments

Elizabeth A. “Betty” Strauss passed away at age 75 on August 29, 2011. She was married to Charles J. for 56 years and mother to Charles J. (wife Mary) of North Carolina, Robert G. (wife Michele) of Eastlake, and Laura A Niederst (husband Joseph) of Chardon. Her parents were Peter and Olga (nee Binaw) Lyczko. She was a devoted grandmother of Kristen, Erin, Lauren, Becky, Carli, Joey and Emily.

She leaves behind siblings Helen Bencheck of Mayfield Heights, Dorothy Yarrow of Florida, Kathy Miller of Willoughby and Edward Lyczko. She was an aunt and great-aunt of many.

Betty graduated from Mayfield High School in 1953. She loved to travel and was a walker in the Metropark and loved to cook and bake. She was a loving wife and mother who was known for her generosity and concern for others. She was a homemaker and worked part-time at Sears & Roebuck for over 30 years.

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Condolence from Bobby Strauss on August 30th, 2011 3:12 pm

Dear Mom,I cannot beleive that you have left us, I am so saddened by this. I feel as though I have a huge void in my heart. I will miss all of your home cooked meals and your baking along with going to sugarcreek and your favorite restraunt Casa D’Angelios. You will always be in my heart and mind and watch over us and give us guidence. You were worried about Dad and we will take care of him. I am sorry I was not there at the end of your life with you. I love you and will always miss you. Your loving son Bobby.

Condolence from Rebecca Strauss on August 30th, 2011 10:30 pm

Hi grandma. I miss you very much. I wish you would have been able to see me march during the half time at the Browns game in a few weeks. Also in May when I march in Washington D.C. for the National Memorial Day Parade. The past couple of days have been really hard. I was at hospice house all weekend to see you. When I told you it was me you kind of grabbed my hand tighter. It made me happy that you were able to do that. I am going to miss you very much. I remember all of the good times we had. Randy and I were talking last night about the time you had Randy, Carli and I over for dinner. That was a lot of fun. We ate so much food. I am going to miss your chocolate cookies a lot. They were always so good. I ate them before my dad was able to. I really enjoyed a few weeks ago when I came over for a visit. You and grandpa told me everything about the house you lived in, where you lived before, about your wedding, and so much more. It was a really interesting conversation. I am going to miss our talks like that. But now I have to go finish my math homework. I will write more tomorrow. I love and miss you grandma. So very much. Your Granddaughter, Becky

Condolence from The Zindroski Family on August 31st, 2011 7:42 pm

What a loss. We loved Aunt Betty and she was always the one we could go to for comfort and understanding. She will be missed so much by our family. She always spoke about her brother, my dad, and it always made us feel close to him. We will pray for her and pray for Uncle Chuck to find God’s help and support. Love, Barbara, James, Kristine and Janelle

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