|| 1919 - 2006|
||23 Aug 1919 
||WW2 - radar clerk in a secret division of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force |
||Bette Ferguson |
|Eby ID Number
||14 Mar 2017 |
||Jim Ferguson, b. Abt 1918, d. Bef 2006 |
||Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom 
- FERGUSON, Bette - Passed away earlier this year, in Thousand Oaks, California, at the age of 86. Bette was born in England on August 23, 1919. She was raised and educated in the United Kingdom. She served as a radar clerk in a secret division of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force in the Second World War. She met her husband, Jim in England. Bette and Jim were married in Belfast, Ireland while stationed there in 1943. Bette immigrated to Canada in May 1945 as one of the first war brides to enter Waterloo County. In 1968 she moved to Ventura County, California where she worked in the agricultural industry until her retirement. For the next 15 years, Bette enjoyed gardening, travelling and staying in touch with her many friends around the world. Bette was preceded in death by her husband, Jim and her eldest daughter, Terry Ferguson Martchenko. She will be lovingly missed by her daughters, Maureen Volpe (husband Joe), Christine West (husband Hank), all of Thousand Oaks; son, Ian of Vallejo, California and daughter, Jane (husband Bobby) of Arlington, Texas. Bette also leaves eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
The Record 2006
- [S490] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - The Record (1994-March 2008), Obituary of Bette Ferguson 2006.