Michael Murphy Obituary, Death -Elizabeth “Betty” Opsahl Dady, who was 84 years old, passed away at the Mayo Clinic Hospital St. Marys Campus in Rochester, Minnesota. She called the town of Nelson in Wisconsin her home.Elizabeth Joan Helen Murphy was born to James and Mary (Kinny) Murphy on July 15,in Chicago, Illinois. Her birthday is July 15, and she was born on that day in the United States. She graduated from Decorah High School, which is located in Decorah, Iowa, in 1953 and received her diploma.
She eventually wed Harold Opsahl, and the couple went on to have five children: Michael, Marjorie, Douglas, David, and James. The family eventually expanded to five members. They eventually went their separate ways but have maintained strong friendships throughout the years. The year 2003 marks the year of his passing. Later in life, she tied the knot with John “Jack” Dady, who preceded her in death in 1992. They were married for many years before he passed away.
Betty is known for having a one-of-a-kind reputation due to the fact that she has a wild personality and a quick wit. She was unable to pass a thrift store without going inside of it; she read books at an incredible rate, and she had a genuine soft spot for all kinds of animals.
She is survived by her husband, Michael; her children, Marjorie (Jerome) Ott, David (Sarah), and James; 14 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, and other relatives including nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband, Michael. Her children are Marjorie (Jerome) Ott, David (Sarah), and James.
Her parents, both of her husbands, Harold and Jack, a son, Douglas Opsahl, a daughter-in-law, Victoria Opsahl, two sisters, Kathleen Hofmann and Rosemary Duncum, and two brothers, James and Robert Murphy, all passed away before she did. Douglas Opsahl was her son. Victoria Opsahl was her daughter-in-law. She is survived by a son, Douglas Opsahl, a daughter-in-law, Victoria Opsahl, and two brothers, James Murphy and Robert Murphy. Her husband also survives her.
A memorial service will be held at the Abbott Funeral Home in Wabasha, Minnesota, beginning at eleven in the morning and continuing until one in the afternoon. As a precaution against the presence of Covid 19, all guests are required to wear masks and are asked to maintain a respectful distance from one another.