A limerick written by beloved husband Marshall, which he left by his deathbed.
Newspaper clipping of Betty from the Rocky Mountain News. She was organizing an art auction for the benefit of the University of Denver Library. Ain't she beautiful!
Betty and daughter Tracy, son Jonathan, at Birthday Party at the Brown Palace
Betty was a founding board member of Women's Bank. Here she holds certificate of the founding women who formed the bank
Betty with her brother in law Sig Herzstein, and cousins Bud and Bob.
Betty & Marshall circa 1947, costume party, saloon dancer and gambler
Betty and oldest brother Benjamin Borwick circa 1935
Judi Wagner & Betty, board members of Women's Bank and dear friends
Betty in front of Betty Freedman portrait by amazing artist and friend Helen Redman,
Borwick family portrait.
Betty's mother Hattie, brother Charles (left), David (right) and Betty in New York. After Betty's father Benjamin Borwick died tragically in Denver, David brought his mother and siblings to the Big Apple, and they dined at the Rainbow Room!
Right side: Betty Borwick circa 1923
Left side: granddaughter Madigan Freedman Kent circa 1982