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Obituary of Betty P. George
Betty P. George, age 69, “Bettypaul” of Norwood, PA, died at home on August 9, 2023. Betty was born in Upland, PA. She was a graduate of Interboro High School, Class of 1972 and received a Bachelor’s Degree from Widener University, Class of 1981. Betty was employed as a Systems Programmer with Sun Oil Co., and for most of her career, with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Betty was a devoted member of Prospect United Methodist Church, where she participated in the handbell choir.
She enjoyed traveling and was an extreme crafter. She was affectionately known as Aunt Betty to many.
Daughter of the late Robert P. and Vera (Densock) George; Aunt of the late Erick George.
Loving Sisters: Robin K. George (Stephen Lochner), Annette S. Brown, Janette L. Penman (Roy)
Brother: Larry A. George (Christine)
Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and dear friends and neighbors.
Visitation: Wednesday, August 16th from 9:30-10:45AM at the Minshall Shropshire-Bleyler Funeral Home, Middletown (Rte. #352) & Knowlton Rds., Middletown Twp., Media, PA 19063.
Funeral Service: Wednesday, August 16th at 11:00AM at the funeral home.
Interment: Edgewood Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, Betty requested Disney toys or/and Star Wars toys be brought to the funeral for Toys for Tots collection or make a donations to: Toys for Tots Foundation, https://www.toysfortots.org/donate/forms/tribute/Default.aspx
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WORDS FROM AUNT BETTY:
I lived the life of a princess and even though I never did find my prince, I never once felt alone - my Faith, Family, and Friends saw to that and I’m very Thankful. I was Blessed by Loving Parents and a very close knit Family, so many great times and laughs we had - not one day did I ever lack for anything! I don’t think I ever missed a meal, and I really enjoyed ALL of them! I was lucky to work at a rewarding career that afforded me the means to travel and indulge myself with every kind of shopping. My church life kept me grounded and oh how I loved the music. I have to give Thanks to all the medical personal that gave me the care & extra time throughout my cancer & heart treatments. What Fun I had in this life with Everybody and I was lucky to meet soooo many interesting people - the places I saw - the holidays, special parties, and always trying to keep traditions alive. I attended more celebrations (happy and sad)- than one could count, truly memorable Times - See ya on the other side❣️