Deceased Information


    Betty Arogeti

  • AGE



    Wednesday, January 18, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Friday, January 20, 2023


    10:00 AM




    Meeting ID: 876 7067 3686

    Passcode: 962226


    Greenwood Cemetery


    Shiva will be held Sunday through Thursday at 7:00PM at the home of Mitchell and Debbie Arogeti.

    3022 Belingham Drive, Atlanta, GA 30345



    Betty Dudman Arogeti of Atlanta, Georgia passed away on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, at
    the age of 86. Proceeded by her late husband Ben. Betty died peacefully in her sleep
    surrounded by love and her family.

    Betty was born in Bronx, New York on August 9, 1936, to father Bernard Dudman and mother
    Bertha Eisenberg. She was the eldest sibling of her two brothers, Harold and Harvey. From a
    young age she was dependable, thoughtful, incredibly positive, and very strong. After some
    years in the Bronx, the Dudman family briefly moved to Atlanta, but didn't stay long as in the
    mid-50’s they picked up and moved cross country to southern California. They spent several
    years there until the death of her beloved mother which took them back to Atlanta. And that is
    where she met the love of her life, Ben.

    Betty and Ben got married in 1973, and later that year they had the first and only son, Mitchell.
    They spent the next years as a small family, until they welcomed Mitchell’s wife, Debbie, into the
    family. A little over a year later she became a Bubbie to her first grandchild Jordan. Over the
    next couple of years she became a Bubbie two more times to Bradley and Lucy.

    Betty lived a colorful life filled with laughter and positivity. She never had a bad thing to say
    about anyone and lived her life seeing the good in everyone. She remembered the little things
    and that is part of what made her the incredible woman she was. To know her, was to love her,
    and she was loved by all. She never met a stranger and because of that the world has lost a
    friend. However, she will live on forever in the hearts of her son, daughter-in-law, grandchildren,
    brothers, nieces, nephews, her cat Jackie, and everyone who got the pleasure to know her.

    Betty Arogeti’s funeral will be held at Greenwood Cemetery on January 20, 2023, at 10 a.m.
    Following the service join us for a Shiva lunch at her son, Mitchell Arogeti’s house.

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  • JACKIE Edwards

    This lady was the most kind hearted sweetest lady I had the honoring of doing her hair always a delight to see I'm sorry I just found out for I would have loved to say my last goodbye...Rest easy with your loved ones my love

  • stella deleon

    i am so so sorry about Bettys death. she had just called me about a week ago and was shocked to hear this terrible news. She was a sweet, good hearted lady. i will miss her.

  • Jack & Fran Arogeti

    Dear Mitchell and Debbie, we are so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. What a kind and personable loving lady Cousin Betty will always be remembered as being. She was so very very proud of each of you and of Jordan and Bradley and Lucy, at least as much, Mitchell and Debbie. Back when we attended Friday Night OVS Services with your dear Dad, of blessed memory and more recently, too. She beamed with pride as you each - and your precious kids - made her so proud and happy. and I hope that gift you so abundantly gave her is always remembered. Fran and I send our condolences and love to each of you... and to Phyllis and all dear Betty's family and friends. She really brought a smile and then some to everyone she met. Such a sweet lady.

  • Sylvia Capouano

    Betty will always have a place in my heart. She had a kind word for those near and dear and she absolute loved her family. She felt blessed. Our thoughts and prayers are with all Betty’s family. We will miss her.

  • Beverly Merlin

    I knew Ben before he married Betty. We were friends from Rich's. I met Betty after they married and became OVS members. Both were kind and sweet people. I will miss them both. Beverly Merlin

  • Jeannine and Aaron Altmann

    Mitchell and family,so sorry to hear of the loss of Betty! Even though we hadn’t seen each other in a long time,we do remember how sweet she was!She was so proud of all of you.May memories of her carry you through during this difficult time.Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time.

  • Judith (Judy) Finkel

    Sincere condolences to Betty's entire family. We met years ago and I thought she was such a lovely lady. She was warm, friendly and caring every time our paths crossed. May sweet memories bring you all comfort and peace.

  • Phyllis Beck Kurtzman

    Condolences to family and friends. So sorry to see this. We go back many years, young girls, later When Betty worked in the office at Shearith Israel Synogogue. Always whatever was going on a kind, caring and loving person. Betty was everyone’s friend.

  • Phillip and Rosalind Haber

    Betty was a special soul all who new her loved her

  • Sandy Baumwald

    Ben and Betty wedding.

  • Sandy Mayer Baumwald

    Betty became our sister when our mother married her father, Bernie in 1970. We had a lot of good times together and she got me my first job working with her at GE Credit in Dunwoody. I was an attendant in her wedding to Ben and we shared lots of family time through the years. The world is just a little sadder without Betty in it. May her memory be a blessing to all.

  • Dale Millman

    So sorry for your loss.

  • Amy and Robert Arogeti

    Betty was a lovely and loving lady. She will be missed by all that loved her. May her memory be for a blessing.

  • Stephanie Copeland

    Arogeti family. I am so sorry for the loss of Betty. She was such a wonderful person. M