Aug. 3, 2019
Elizabeth B. Aldrich, of Roseville, CA, died on Aug. 3 after a long illness. Born in Portland, OR, in 1930, she leaves behind her brother Jerry Aldrich; sister-in-law Joyce, of Arizona; nephews Ted Aldrich, of California, Tim Aldrich, of Arizona, and James (Reta) Papas, of California; and niece Julie Papas, of California. She was pre-deceased by her parents, Owen Agnus and sister Joyce Williams.
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She began singing in high school and this talent helped her win the title of Miss Washington in 1949. She worked for Pan American Airlines as a stewardess for 20 years. During that time, she achieved her goal of seeing the world and enjoyed skiing and meeting new people. Following Pan Am, she worked for the government at Hamilton AFB and McKellen AFB in California.