GRAPEVINE, Texas — Elizabeth Jean Plut, age 93, passed Friday, June 20, 2014, to be with her husband and dancing partner, Ferd. Family and friends were present at her bedside during her final days.
Memorial Service will be 7 p.m., Monday, June 30th, at LUCAS FUNERAL HOME, 700 W. Wall St., Grapevine.
Elizabeth "Betty" was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on Sept. 2, 1920, to William and Zerena Weir. She graduated from Shore High School in Euclid, Ohio, in 1939. In August 1940, she married Ferdinand "Ferd" Plut, who preceded her in death in 1991.
Elizabeth and Ferd operated the Dun-Rovin mobile home park and sales businesses in North Kingsville, Ohio, until retirement to Mission, Texas. They enjoyed traveling with Airstream caravans. She enjoyed golfing, round-dancing and ceramics. She became a professional-level ceramicist, creating exquisitely painted porcelain dolls and masks and teaching the art to others before moving to Grapevine in 2002.
Elizabeth was the matriarch in several local sewing and quilting bees, etc. She will be sorely missed by many supportive friends.
Survivors include three sons, Fred Plut (Krystyna), Doug Plut (Janet) and Wayne Plut; grandchildren, Jennifer Coyer (Greg), Kimberley Hodgson (Rex), Robert Plut, Travis Plut, Dr. Thomas Plut (Gwynne) and Amy Krage (Daniel); nine great-grandchildren; brother, Bob Weir; and a sister, Janet Smith.
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