Elizabeth Wyskiel Business
Elizabeth (Betty) (Hubbard) Wyskiel, 86, of Middletown, beloved wife of Stanley Wyskiel,
died Friday November 8, 2019, peacefully at her home surrounded by her family. She was
born in Middletown, the daughter of the late Raymond A. and Cora (Ridley) Hubbard.
Betty obtained her Master's Degree in teaching and taught for several years in the
Cromwell school system. She later went on to work for many years in the City of
Middletown Finance department, and retired from the Middlesex VNA. She was also a
member of the Soroptomist International Organization for Women, Northeastern Region,
for many years. She and her family spent many happy summers at the cottage on Great Hill
Lake in Portland, where Betty loved to swim and canoe.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her sons, Michael Wyskiel and his wife
Colleen, and James Wyskiel and his wife Evelyn, all of Middlefield; her grandchildren,
Melissa and her husband Eric Troiano of Farmington, Arkansas, Stephen, and Alex, and
one great granddaughter, Alianna; brother-in-law Walter Wyskiel Sr. and his wife Betty,
beloved nieces and nephews, Kathy and Mark Selvaggio of Delta Junction, Alaska, Linda
and Kerry Cahill, Nancy and Jerry Kasowitz, John and Chris Wyskiel, Walter Wyskiel Jr.,
all of Middlefield, and Robin and Rick Longworth of Durham, and several grand-nieces
and nephews. She was predeceased by her son, Stephen D. Wyskiel; and her sister, Frances
Funeral services will be held on Friday November 15th at 11 a.m. at Holy Trinity Church,
381 Main St., Middletown. Burial will be in Middlefield Cemetery. There are no calling
hours. Those who wish may send memorial donations to the Connecticut Chapter of the
Alzheimer's Association, https://www.alz.org/ct.
The family would like to express gratitude to the wonderful caregivers who so lovingly
took care of Betty at home from the Visiting Angels of Middlefield, and also to
Middlesex Hospice and Palliative Care. To share memories or express condolences online
please visit www.biegafuneralhome.com.
The Hartford Courant - November 13, 2019