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Betty Werling

Betty Jane Werling

Thursday, January 8th, 1925 - Saturday, August 22nd, 2020
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Betty Jane Werling, 95, of Meadville, passed away, Saturday, August 22, 2020 at her residence. She was born on January 8, 1925 in Titusville a daughter of Virgil and Ethel Gilson Shrout.

Betty worked at jobs she enjoyed while in her teen years, GC Murphy Co., Isaly's, and Queen City Cutlery Co. She enjoyed square dancing, music, and singing on the Oil City Radio, and Ashtabula Stations. She would sing with Missouri Fox Hunters when they were in the area and she loved to yodel.

She married Ralph Swanon of Titusville and they were married for three years. He lost his life while serving in the US Army overseas. She later met and married Edward Werling of Townville in 1946. He also served in the US Army. They were married for 59 years. They together built their home in Townville and Betty worked in the Penncrest School Cafeteria for 28 years. She loved her job and being around the children.

She was of the Protestant faith. She attended the Townville United Methodist Church while living in Townville.

Betty is survived by two daughters, Julie Gourley and Charlene Lillie both of Meadville; two grandsons, Nathan Lillie and Andrew Henderson and his wife Ashleigh both of Meadville; and a caring friend and neighbor, Sherry Krawtz. Her family meant everything to her.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husbands, Ralph and Edward; her sister, Beatrice Deane; two brothers, Robert Shrout and Louis Shrout; and a grandson, Ryan Lillie.

All services will be private.

Burial will take place in Kingsley Cemetery, Townville.

The family would like to give a special thanks to hospice and the wonderful nurses that cared for her with love and devotion.

Please take a moment to share a memory or condolence with the family on Betty's Book of Memories online at www.warrenfh.com

Arrangements have been placed in the care of Ryan M. Warren Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 544 Chestnut Street, Meadville.
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    Kingsley Cemetery
    Address
    Cemetery Drive
    Townville, Pennsylvania 16360
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ANGELA JONES

Posted at 06:27pm
To Julie and FAMILY, PRAYING FOR YOU ALL DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. MAY GOD STRENGTHEN YOU, COMFORT EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU. BLESS YOU ALL TOO. LOVE Y'ALL TOO. I, KNOW MS BETTY, IS ENJOYING HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS, ON THE OTHER SIDE HEAVEN, AND, JONESY TOO, MY FATHER, WHO MEANT THE WORLD TO HER, AND, JULIE. LOVE YOU ALL BLESS AND KEEP EACH OTHER SAFE.
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Nancy Lokuta

Posted at 07:39pm
Julie & Charlene.
Your mom was a great lady. She will be missed by my mother Katie.
Nancy Lokuta.
LC

Linda S. Conaway

Posted at 04:32pm
Julie and Charlene, am so sorry for the loss of your mother. She was such a special lady. Know you have many fond memories that can give you comfort. Condolences. Linda Conaway
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Jessica Walsh

Posted at 09:52am
Dearest Aunt Betty...you were always a delight to visit when we made it to Meadville to see Grandma (Frances Werling). You welcomed us with opened arms and huge smiles and kisses. Thank you for your kindness. I miss you already. Love, Jessica (Foulk) Walsh
 
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DeAn Foulk Posted at 12:35pm

July 30, 2020....a blessed day! I (niece DeAn) brought Mother(Frances) to visit. Mother was greeted, at the car, by Julie, Charlene and Nathan. Soon, Aunt Betty was standing, with her walker, in the doorway, eager to greet Mother, too. Such a huge smile. Nathan offered a strong arm to support his Grandma and the sisters-in-law were together, again. A picture will be posted.
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