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Betty Mohler

April 15, 2022

Obituary

After bringing many people to the Lord, she has now gone home to be with Him. Betty Mohler, 96, of Sewickley, died on April 15 with friends and family to mourn her.

Betty was born in the Portage Lakes area of Akron, Ohio, and graduated Valedictorian of her class in 1943. She moved to New York City to attend Katherine Gibbs Business School where she earned her two-year degree and Academic Award. She then joined Gulf Oil and worked in New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh where she was manager of Human Resource Administration.

Retiring after 34 years with Gulf, she joined the staff of St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Sewickley, where she and friend Nancy  Chalfant began the People Helpers Ministry, a ministry that still assists people today. She served two terms on the vestry and was involved in all church activities.

She loved playing bridge, reading, the symphony, the Pittsburgh Public Theatre, walking, praying, and being with friends. She had a life-long gift for making and keeping friendships.

She is survived by great and loving friends, Jim and Georgette Forney, God-daughter Rebekah Forney, sister Claudette Mohler, nephew Earl, and nieces Christine, Francine, and Rosemaryalong with wonderful care-givers Jennifer, Jamie, Catherine, Valerie, and Betty. She was proceeded in death by her parents, Earl and Opal Mohler, sister Clara, brother Earl, and best friend Evelyn Harding.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church on Tuesday, May 10th at 1pm. Memorial donations may be made to People Helper Ministries, c/o St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Sewickley.

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