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In Loving Memory of

Betty R Saffer

May 28th, 2024

Obituary

SAFFER, Betty. on May 28, 2024, in Pikesville, MD, formerlly of Buffalo, NY. Beloved wife of the late Marvin Saffer. Mother of Richard (late Linda Salyers) Saffer of Pikesville, MD and Ellen (Phil) Issenberg of Marietta, GA. Grandmother of Wendi Freeman of Ackworth, GA, Sara (Jim) Dimitroff of Charlotte, NC, and her Grand-dog Max Saffer of Pikesville, MD. Great Grandmother of Asher Freeman, Benny and Luna Dimitroff. Sister of the late Jeanette (Harry) Zubkoff of Silver Spring, MD. Burial wa sheld by her family in Buffalo.

Arrangements by Amherst Memorial Chapel. www.amherstmemorialchapel.com

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