Elizabeth “Betsy” Anne Peacock, nee Sinkleris, 56, of Riverside, died suddenly at her home on Monday, February 16th, 2009. A lifelong resident of Riverside, she graduated from Riverside High School in 1971 and attended beauty school at the Wilfred Academy.rnrnA loving wife, a devoted mother and an amazing grandmother, family was the most important thing in Betsy’s life. She was the driving force behind events, dinners and holidays and that force was compelled by unconditional love. There is nothing that she wouldn’t do for her family, her friends or anyone in need. Her creative skills provided them with everything from homemade Halloween costumes and beautiful dresses to crocheted scarves. And if any of her children stopped by, she was always ready and willing to provide a meal big enough to feed an army. To say that she just cut hair would be an incredible understatement; to sit in her chair was to get treated with love, laughter and a great deal of care.rnrnA friendship of many years blossomed into a 24 year marriage when Betsy and George “Skip” Peacock, Jr. wed. The marriage between them brought together the Peacocks and Ringers, but her motherly instincts made them a family. Their home was filled with their children: George “Toby” Peacock III (Danielle) of New Egypt, Jeremy Peacock (Jamie) of Cinnaminson, Joseph Ringer (Tara) of Cinnaminson, Amanda Ringer of Palmyra, and Rachel Peacock of Riverside. Her life was again blessed by the addition of her 5 grandchildren: Christina, Nate, Grace, Jackson, and Lauryn. Predeceased by her father, Andrew C. Sinkleris and her nephew Frank Gregory Sinkleris, Betsy is also survived by her mother Elizabeth Sinkleris and her brother, Andrew C. Sinkleris Jr. (Penny) both of Riverside along with several nieces, nephews and dear friends.rnrnCome celebrate 56 wonderful years Friday from 9 AM at Epworth United Methodist Church, Palmyra, where the Memorial Service will be at 11. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be made to Autism Speaks at www.autismspeaks.org. Arrangements by the Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside.