Elizabeth R. Steadman

Elizabeth R. Steadman

Elizabeth R. Steadman 94, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by her family in Lincoln Vt on April 13, 2022.  She was born August 17, 1927 in Bristol, VT. She was the daughter of Roger and Edna (Fortune) Lattrell.  She was a graduate of Bristol High School.  After High School she worked locally and retired from BF Goodrich in Vergennes.

She was President of the Lincoln Ladies Aide Industria for several years and an active member of the United Church of Lincoln where she sang in the choir.  She was an avid gardener and enjoyed being outside.  Her grandchildren and great grandchildren and great great grandchildren were her pride and joy.

She was predeceased by her loving husband Edson Steadman and both of her parents also brothers Roger and Leon, as well as a sister Connie Hamner and a son Robert Steadman.

She is survived by her daughter Linda and her husband John of Maine, granddaughter Tina and husband Dennis Weaver of Lincoln.  Grandson Jody Johnston and his wife Sara Beth of New Hampshire, Great grandchildren Elizabeth Kleinfeldt and (Kyle Doherty), Courtney Weaver and (Allen Amery), Great great grandchildren Skyler, Nevaeh, Mason, Sydney, Jacob, Maddox and Alessi Mae.  She is also survived by her Brother Dennis and sister Madeline as well as several nieces and nephews.

Services will be at a later date.  In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the United Church of Lincoln.  To send online condolences to her family please visit wwwbrownmcclayfuneralhomes.com

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Kim and glen jewell
2 years ago

Tina and Dennis and family Send you all our condolences gram will be truly missed by many thinking of you all may she fly high with all our angles

David & Mary Harrison
2 years ago

Dave and I send our prayers and condolences for your loss. Libby was such a wonderful person, neighbor and friend. Libby and I (Mary) spend many hours together enjoying fellowship at UCOL and Ladies Aide Industria. It was strange as a memory of her came to me earlier this week.

God bless and be with you during this time of grief.

James Curtis
2 years ago

Sending hug’s I know your Grandma loved them. She was such a wonderful woman and friend to our family. Sorry for your loss, Heaven has definitely gained an Angel.

Christine Moriarty Masterson
2 years ago

Our hearts go to you all on the loss of Libby. She was a lovely woman, committed to Lincoln and her community. Her wits and caring will be missed. She was a respectable, kind person who also combined fun with her life! We were grateful to have known her.
May you find peace by reflecting on the wisdom she has left to each of you.
With Sympathy,
Christine and Larry Masterson

Thomas Rood
2 years ago

The Steadmans were like a second family to me. Bobby was a hunting, fishing and adventuring friend and of course Linda was a good friend also. Mr. and Mrs. Steadman were always good sources of adult wisdom and good-natured company also.
To all of LIbby’s family, I’m sorry to hear of Libby’s passing.
Tom Rood

Brown Mcclay Funeral Homes