Betty Louise Tomicich


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Betty Louise Tomicich

Betty Louise Tomicich, 70, passed away on Sunday, December 31, 2017 in Kirkland, WA. She was born on April 16, 1947 to the late Richard and Mary (Corallo) Bevilacqua. On March 21, 1970, she married the love of her life, Paul Tomicich. Betty worked for 38 years for Pacific Northwest Bell/Qwest and retired in 2004.  Betty enjoyed reading, spending time with her family and doting on her grandchildren.

Betty is survived by her husband, Paul; her son Adam (Julie) Tomicich, her two grandchildren; her sister Bonnie Graff, sisters in law Virginia and Teena Tomicich, brother-in-law, Calvin (Carol) Tomicich and many cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother John Paul Bevilacqua, son John Paul Tomicich, mother and father in law Paul and Pearl Tomicich, brothers in law Ron Tomicich, Mike Rodman and Roger Graff..

Betty always had a smile on her face and will be missed by everyone who knew her.

Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt is in heaven rejoicing in the arms of Jesus, who she trusted in as her Savior.

The funeral service will be held at 10:30am, January 15, 2018 at St. Jude Catholic Church, located at 10526 166th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052. A reception will follow the funeral. Grave site services will be at approximately 1:00pm at Holyrood Cemetery located at 205 NE 205th, St. in Shoreline, WA.

In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to the Northwest Kidney Center.

11 Responses to “Betty Louise Tomicich”

  • Bonnie Clifford says:

    Those with a pure heart will see God. I love you Betty and will miss your smiling face.
    Love Bonnie

  • Georgia Papen says:

    This is a lovely picture of Betty. She always had a smile on her face when I went into Karaoke and seemed to enjoy the music so much even when we made a mistake here and there. I miss Betty very much and think of her often. My sympathy with you Paul and the family.
    Sincerely, Georgia Papen

  • Josh Culotti says:

    Betty was one of the sweetest and warmest people I have ever met. I worked with her husband Paul at the Burgermaster where I got to know her when she would come in. My parents also knew Betty and were very saddened by this news. She was a great women and she will be missed. May she rest peace! Paul you and your family are in my prayers.

  • Cal and Carol Tomicich says:

    Dear Paul and Adam, Carol and I want you to know that we will miss Betty a lot. Betty was always good to both of us. May she rest in peace Love Cal and Carol

  • Jana Asher says:

    So lovely and amazing…Betty is now shining so brightly from the heavenlies!
    Love, Jana

  • John Alrich and Jeriann Holly says:

    Betty…. We are so thankful for her friendship, her beautiful smile and her uplifting conversation whenever we had the pleasure of seeing her and visiting. We will always have the memory of these precious times with her and and her positive words in our minds and hearts! Love to our friend Betty and to her son and Paul, strength, peace and love always,

    John and Jeriann

  • Bishop Oren Muller ~ Las Vegas, NV says:

    I have known Betty (and Paul) since 1988. It is so true that Betty always had a glowing smile on her face. Betty will be greatly missed!

    Paul and Adam and family, we are praying God’s Holy Spirit give you understanding, peace in your heart and fill your life with the love and joy that only knowing Jesus the Messiah as Savior and Lord can bring.

  • Jerie Hopf says:

    Betty was full of love to everyone around her and, she always had that beautiful smile that shined. Now that God has her in his hands she will continue to shine like the stars above. I will miss you. Love Jerie

  • Gerdean Tan says:

    Dear Paul, Adam and Family,
    It has been such a blessing to get to know this wonderful woman through you. My husband and I were also married in 1970 and I can only imagine the heartache at losing your wonderful Betty. May the Lord bring you peace and comfort in the days ahead. My heart and prayers are with you at this time and always,

  • brad/val johnson says:

    Paul and Adam. Sorry for your loss of Betty. Our condolences to you and your family. God Loves you and so do we. A new Angel has arrived in Heaven. Brad and Val Johnson of Sacramento CA.

  • Marcella Colo'n says:

    Betty (Mabell) Louise Tomicich, you will be missed for sure. Your laughter and smile will be forever remembered. For many years we worked together and shared stories of humor about life. I will miss hearing about your favorite song “Hey Paula” by Paul and Paula from the 1960’s sung to you by your wonderful husband Paul. May God Bless you, in heaven, and your family in need at this present time. Much love from my family to yours. R.I.P. my friend. I will miss you. We knew each other for many years starting in the mid 1970’s. See you on the other side;). Love you.

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