She was a wholesome down to earth woman: much of Betty’s life revolved around the land. Raised on her family farm in Auburn, she’d marry a farmer. Together they’d work the land until the farm was sold. Betty loved all animals, but especially her goats and chickens. It was said that her nature could calm the most ferocious of dogs. Her meals were a daily feast befit a king: it always included one of her daily baked cakes and pies. About the only time she wasn’t found working was during her daily dose of The Young and the Restless. She even got her son addicted to watching it.
She was the wife of the late, Franklin and is survived by a son, Frank (Marcy).
Come celebrate 95 great years Friday 10 to 11 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be an 11 a.m. service. Interment Lake Park Cemetery, Woolwich.