Elizabeth Lee (Hornbeck) Winget

August 01, 1954 - June 25, 2022


Elizabeth Lee (Hornbeck) Winget, 67, of Cranberry Township, a devoted wife, mother and grandmother went to be with her Lord Jesus Christ on 25 June 2022. Betsy was born in Weston, WV on 1 August 1954 but spent most of her early life in Franklin, PA and attended Rocky Grove High School. She was a gracious, affectionate and caring woman whose pride was in being there for her family. She was also a volunteer during her husband’s military career as the Family Readiness Liaison Leader during multiple deployments, giving guidance, moral support and running activities 24/7 to Active Army and Army Reserve Units. Her life’s passion was looking after her grandchildren who meant the world to her.
Betsy was preceded in death by her parents, Robert L. Hornbeck and Lorraine (Clevenger) Rossey, a brother Robert Hornbeck, and a sister Susan Grampp. She leaves behind her husband, Steven Winget, her children Craig (Linda) Denny of Cranberry Township, Joseph (Amy) Denny of Evans City, and James Cody Winget (Mary) of Mars, her grandchildren Michael Denny, Brian Denny, Cierra Denny, Cassie Denny, Ella Winget and Griffin Winget, and a sister Deborah Hornbeck of Franklin, PA. She also leaves behind many numerous nieces and nephews who she loved and adored. She also leaves her beloved dog Bella Rose and her other furry children Duke, Mickey and Callie.
In accordance with her wishes, Betsy will be cremated and there will not be any formal service in her honor. A memorial gathering for friends and family will be held at her residence on 1 July 2022 from 3-8 pm. The family requests any memorial donations be made in her name to the Cranberry Township Public Library, the Cranberry Volunteer EMT or the Butler County Humane Society.

Professional arrangements entrusted to Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry.

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  • Sue Crisman~Allen

    My Condolences to Betsy’s entire family.
    My sister’s Kathy and Karen as well as myself,knew Betsy & her siblings,from our school days,back when they lived in Franklin,Pa.
    May she rest in eternal peace.

  • Juanita DelVecchio

    Craig, Linda, Cierra and Cassie,
    We are so very sorry to hear about the passing of Betsy. We are sending you all our love, prayers and strength at this difficult time. We are here for whatever you need. We love you guys. Love, Juanita, Tia Juanita, Samantha and Hailey

  • terese domenech

    Dear Craig and family,
    Juan and I are so very sorry to hear of your mother’s recent passing. Please know we send you and all the family, our deepest sympathy along with our love.
    Aunt Terese and Uncle Johnny

  • Debbie Addair

    Aunt Betsy was an Amazing woman. She always treated me and my siblings as her own. She will be sadly missed. Til we meet again!

  • Linda Skewis

    I am so sorry for your loss.
    You are in my thoughts & prayers
    She was a wonderful Wife, Mother, Grandmother & Friend.

  • Jose Carrio

    We were so sorry to hear of the sudden loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You have our deepest sympathy. Love, Dawn, Jose & Tia Paquita

  • Mary Howard

    My love and prayers for comfort go out to all those left behind. Betsy will never be forgotten. She was quite a lady. I loved her spunk, compassion, and tenacity. And remember, she is not gone; just gone ahead. Love you all.

  • Denise & Craig Morton

    Craig, Joe and your entire family, we are so sorry for the loss of your mother. A loss of a parent is difficult but harder when it is unexpected. Keeping all of you in our prayers.
    Love, Craig and Denise Morton

  • Hailey Jones

    May she rest in peace🙏🏽🤍

  • Gloria J. (Denny) Horn

    Many prayers and much love to you all. Love you guys

  • William Charles Denny II

    Sorry for your loss. I send love & prayers

  • Deborah HORNBECK. (Sissy)

    Not fair. All of our” golden girls ” aging and adventures were supposed to be on this earth and with our mom. The youngins were supposed to
    watch and learn how to do old age as a team. Now, all I will get is “ghosting” and giving the
    “Granmammy Kisses” to myself

 

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