The Life of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Sywensky
Elizabeth H. (Libby) Sywensky, 51, beloved Wife, Mother, Sister, and Mom-Mom, passed on September 21, 2021 surrounded by her daughters and husband in her Topton residence. She entered this world on November 10, 1969 in Quakertown. Born to Reginald, Sr., and Elinor Jane (Halliday) Libby. She is remembered with love by her husband Michael; daughters Kelsey Moyer, Melissa Bubbenmoyer and Serena Danweber; step-children Andrew and Alexandra Sywensky; mother Elinor Jane; brothers Reginald Jr., Colin, Kevin, William, Perry and Thomas Libby; sisters Cheryl Hart, Candace Tornetta; grandson Jackson Moyer; and granddaughter Sophia Moyer. She was predeceased by her father.
In life, Elizabeth had a lovely free-spirited personality that her loved ones adored. You could often find her enjoying the outdoors whether she was hiking, kayaking, or enjoying a local music festival. She especially loved and cherished the time she spent with family and friends.
Elizabeth did not lose her battle to cancer, because she never stopped fighting. When anyone else would have broken, Elizabeth stayed strong. Through her, we know what resilience and perseverance truly look like. Her joy for life and indomitable spirit kept her pushing through the hard times.
While Elizabeth's family grieves her loss, they are choosing to remember her in a way that honors her spirit. Her family has decided to gather loved ones together for a celebration of life.
In lieu of flowers or donations, the family asks that loved ones carry out a small act of kindness in her memory.
Ludwick Funeral Homes, Inc., Topton, is in charge of arrangemenets. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.Ludwickfh.com.
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In memory of my dear sister Betsy
I cherish all the memories of our growing up. "Bean" and I were 11-1/2 mos apart and we drove mom crazy, our siblings too, with the sibling rivalry stuff. I know it was mostly because I was just the bratty older brother. But she had a knack for subtley instigating when the timing was right and always had the last word, no matter what. For two weeks a year we were the same age and she always made sure I knew that. Summers in our younger years were filled with things like going to the community pool, picking wild berries, honey suckle flowers out in the country while riding our bikes and the adventures at the yearly barn sale on Slifer Valley rd. Winter we would sled on the upper end of our street or would build snow forts next to driveway to have snowball fights with the neighbor kids across the street. When Uncle Louie and Aunt Dot would come to town in Spring or Fall they would have us out in the front yard finding four leaf clovers. Mom was surely thankful when we got into Jr high and High school when our sibling rivalry turned into friendship. Things like cruising around we did learning to drive in dad's little stick shift Datsun station wagon was epic. Sis, your pain and suffering in this life is over, may you rest in peace. May God bless Mike, Kelsey, Melissa and Serena and family thru this difficult time.