Mary Bettie Elizabeth Still Beatty

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Mary 'Bettie' Elizabeth Still Beatty

June 24, 1923 - November 30, 2018

Mary Bettie Elizabeth Still Beatty MEADVILLE - Mary "Bettie" Elizabeth Still Beatty, 95, of Blooming Valley, passed away on Friday, November 30, 2018 at Meadville Medical Center. She was born on July 24, 1923 in Union City, daughter of the late John E. and Mary J. Coyle Still. She worked in the secretarial pool at the Keystone Ordnance during World War II, where she met the love of her life Oscar James Beatty. They were married in 1945. He preceded her in passing in 1984.
Bettie enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. She loved her cat Becky.
Bettie was a devout Catholic and attended St. Agatha Church in Meadville.
She was a devoted mother and grandmother, with an undying love for her family.
Throughout the years she remained close to her classmates from high school, and with her last remaining girlfriend, Mary Helen.
Bettie was employed for years by Dr. Samuel Gottlieb, until his retirement. She was later employed by Dr. William Sullivan, until her retirement.
Survivors include her daughters, Janet Beatty of Blooming Valley and Mary Christine "Chrissy" Super of Pittsburgh, her son-in-law Michael J. Call of Meadville; grandchildren, James Thomas Steiner and his wife Connie; John Joseph Steiner; Kelly Marie Steiner, Timothy Andrew Steiner and Ryan Patrick Grossman; great grandchildren, Tiffany, Melissa and Alicia and great great granddaughter, Selena Rayne.
In addition to her parents and beloved husband, Bettie was preceded in passing by her daughter Kathleen Anne Steiner Call; son-in-law Richard Thomas Steiner and four brothers and three sisters.
Services will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Crawford County Humane Society, 11012 Kennedy Hill Road, Meadville, Pa. 16335.
Published on December 3, 2018
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