Elizabeth Dackerman
03/11/1925 - 03/14/2012


Elizabeth (Betty) Christian Dackerman, 87, of Stratham, New Hampshire, and formerly of Short Hills and Manasquan, New Jersey, died peacefully at home on Wednesday, March 14, 2012. For further information or to send a message of condolence, please go to www.bradleyfuneralhomes.com.


Born on March 11, 1925, in Noblesville, Indiana, to the late Floyd George Christian, Esq. and Jessie Holton Christian, Betty was married for almost forty-one years to Leroy Frederick Dackerman who predeceased her in 1993. Betty was a graduate of the Atherton School for Girls and the University of Louisville. She worked for many years in the field of finance at Dackerman Realty, at Dackerman Volkswagen, and at M S Tool Company. In her later years, she also worked with a number of elderly individuals assisting them in the management of their finances.


Betty was the mother of Rosemarie Elizabeth Dackerman of New York, New York; Leroy Frederick Dackerman, Jr. of Honolulu, Hawaii; The Reverend Elizabeth Dackerman Starbuck of Laguna Beach, California; and Raymond Alfred Dackerman, of Stratham, New Hampshire. Betty is also survived by grandchildren, Serena Orr, Jessica Ungermann, Danielle Ungermann, and Dylan Raymond Dackerman, as well as in-laws and partners, Donna Dackerman, Andrew Slaby and David Ungermann.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of your choice in memory of Elizabeth Christian Dackerman.


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