Saturday, June 15, 2019

Elizabeth A. “Betty” Winn

Belmont, NY - Elizabeth A. “Betty” Winn, age 70, of South Street passed away on Thursday June 13 at her son's home in Freedom. She was born on April 6, 1949 in Buffalo to Francis and Marcella McAllister Conway JR. On May 27, 2000 she married William Winn who predeceased her on September 5, 2005.

Betty was a former resident of Buffalo who move to the Belmont Area in 1972. She had attended the Blessed Trinity School in Buffalo and graduated from Alfred State College with an Associates Degree in Business. She held many jobs including working at the American Hotel, the Belmont Hotel, the Belmont American Legion, Harris Supply and she retired from Alfred State College as a dispatcher. Betty was proud of her 39 year membership in the American Legion Unit 808 Auxiliary of Belmont. She was and active member who served in many capacities for her Unit holding several offices including President. Betty was a member of the Amity rescue Squad from 1978 until 1988, enjoyed playing euchre and played softball for the Belmont Hotel Team that won their league 10 years in a row.

Survivors include: her parents, Francis and Marcella Conway Jr. of Batavia; 2 sons, Raymond M.(Angel)  Feness of Freedom and Scott C.(Stacy Hale)  Feness of Belmont; 4 step daughters, Kristy Apgar, Kathy Winn, Michele Golden and Kelley Winn; her brothers, James Conway, Patrick Conway and John Conway; her sisters, Eileen (Robert)  Kotarski, Leigh MacLeod,Maryann (Paul)  Kogut and Carol (Raymond)  Caton; 4 grandchildren, Joshua S. Feness, Austin M. Feness, Nicholas Feness and Alexander Feness; several step grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Betty was predeceased by her husbands, Craig Feness and William Winn and her brother Francis Conway.

Friends are invited to attend a grave side service on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at 11 am in St. Mary's Cemetery of Belmont with Deacon Frank Pasquale presiding. A luncheon will follow the service at the Belmont American Legion Post 808. In lieu of flowers memorials in her name may be given to the American Legion Unit 808 Auxiliary of Belmont. To leave online condolences please visit


  1. What a great lady she was. I had many good times with her.

  2. My thoughts are with you both, Ray and Scott, as well as your families.

  3. Dear Family-please accept my deepest condolences over the loss of Betty. I remember fun times as young kids on Dartmouth, always laughing and playing outside! Betty and I spoke at length at her parents' wedding anniversary party. I'm so glad I had that time with her. Rest in Peace Betty. So glad we are cousins...