Betty K. Whisler (April 29, 1923 - September 12, 2010)

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Betty K. Whisler
  • April 29, 1923
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  • September 12, 2010

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Betty K. Whisler, 87, of Ormond Beach died peacefully on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at her daughter’s home.  Betty was born April 29, 1923 in Mogantown, WV to Howard F. and Levinia Wolfe Fowler.  She worked for a Glass Factory as a Packer for some time in W. Virginia.  Betty and her husband, Lynn moved to this area in 1983.  She was a member of the National Women’s Bowling Association (NWBA) and had received many awards in tournaments.  Betty also enjoyed working crossword puzzles in her free time and playing Yatzze with her family.  She was preceded in death by her husband, her son, Donald on July 30, 2010, daughter, Juanita, sister, Lorraine and brother, James.  Betty is survived by her two daughters, Margaret and son-in-law, David Trent of Ormond Beach, Marian and son-in-law, Harold Foy of Fairmont, WV; son, Lynn and daughter-in-law, Cathy Whisler of Ormond Beach. Private Family Services will be held

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  1. Cathy Whisler says:
    18 Sep 2010
    Dear Betty---You were the Best Mother-in-law anyone could ever ask for. Thank you for accepting me into your family with such warmth and grace. Thank you for being my Scrabble opponent, my book sharer, my crossword partner and my cooking teacher. You taught me all kinds of cooking tricks (like soaking raisins prior to using in Waldorf Salad) and once I realized all I had to do was watch then copy what you did I could become a better cook. I never got the hang of making bread from flour water and yeast but when I try again I know you will be looking down and will help me turn out an okay loaf.
    I miss you and love you. Thanks for raising such great kids. Please watch over the ones that are with you now and please watch over those of us that you left behind.
    Love, Cathy

  2. Lynn Whisler, Jr. says:
    17 Sep 2010

    We love and miss you! Thank you for always being there for us all the time. We remember all the good times we had over the years! The wonderful meals and fun. Thank you for opening your heart and home to us all the time.

    Thank you for being such a wonderful Mother. Congratulations on your Heavenly promotion.

    Love always

    Butch, Kathy & Family

  3. Peggy and Dave Trent says:
    17 Sep 2010
    Dearest Mother,
    How do we begin to thank you for all your Love and care
    through out our lives. There are so many things to remember you by, your great cooking and I mean Great,
    so many people loved your cooking, your ability to do so many things at one time and complete them all right on que. You always had a beautiful home you were so good at decorating, wish some of that would have rubbed off on me// You really were a straight shooter and everyone knew where they stood with you which sometimes drove us crazy, but you always won. Mom you meant so much to all of us and there is such a big void in our lives now I don't know if it will ever get better. You were the strong one Mom. We know you are with our Lord and some day we will meet again. We Love you Mom and will always miss you.

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