Betty (Lowe) Wulff
Having been born and raised in Central Alberta, Betty Wulff is definitely a woman of Aspeland! In fact, the Norwegian Laft Hus Society, which she is the founding mother of, was originally called the Norwegian Aspeland Society. Betty was born on a farm by Blackfalds and after graduating from high school in Lacombe, moved to Red Deer in the early 1950’s. For 58 years she and husband, Stan, have lived in the same house in Mountview, and raised four children. Betty has always been active in the community. For many years she was Volunteer Coordinator at Red Deer Hospital. One of her biggest dreams has been for Red Deer to have an international village and to this day still advocates for it.