Betty Erdos, born Elizabeth Theresa Mary Moore, grew up in Brooklyn, NY, one of five siblings. She first came to know our Sisters when her younger sister Sally was a student at Our Lady Help of Christians, Flatbush, NY. It was Sister Agnes William who took Betty under her wing and introduced her to the Sisters of Charity – Halifax. She entered the Congregation in 1945 and was a teacher of first and second graders for 27 years. In 1972 Betty left the Congregation to follow her call in another capacity. She met and married Dr. George Erdos. Over the years, Betty and George worked together, traveled all over the world and grew in appreciation of each other’s faith. After many happy years together, George died in 2000. Betty moved to Long Island, NY, where she attended St. Aidan’s parish. It is there where her story as an Associate begins. She feels grateful for her connection to the Sisters and to the other Associates because it encourages her to continue serving the people of God. Betty lives the charism of charity in her everyday life. She is active in her community, a long time member of the American Legion Auxiliary. She is active in her parish and serves as a Eucharistic minister for the homebound, veterans and those in mental facilities. We are grateful for having this warm, compassionate woman in our lives.