September 23, 2015
51 W. Broadway Street Plymouth OH 44865 9/27/2015 13:30:00
Betty Jo Oney, age 66, of Plymouth, Ohio passed away on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at Willard Mercy Hospital. She was born in Willard on December 17, 1948 to Edd and Velma (McGinty) Vanderpool. She retired from Diversified Assembly in Shelby. She was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Plymouth. Betty Jo enjoyed reading and cooking and loved daisies, lighthouses, and snowmen.
Betty Jo is survived by her three daughters, Tammi (Anthony) Hall of Raleigh, N.C. Angie Tuttle of Plymouth, Stacey Oney of Plymouth; five grandchildren, Chance and Skylar Tuttle, Jaden Oney, Maliyah and Kailynn Leroux; mother, Velma Vanderpool of Plymouth; one sister, Jane (Dean) Smith of Willard; a niece, Jari (Kevin) Amburgey of Shelby.
She was preceded in death by her father, Edd Vanderpool.
Friends may gather for a memorial service at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Ohio on Sunday, September 27, 2015 at 1:30 PM with Rev. Blanche Tyree officiating. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
So sorry to hear about our 66′ classmate passing. Prayers to the family.
We are so glad we had the privelege to have your Mom be a special part of our life as well as a friend. We always enjoyed our visits with your Mom and will definately miss her. She will be in our hearts forever. Our prayers, heartfelt thoughts & love to all of your family.
Tammi, Anthony, Angie, Chance, Skylar, Stacey, Jaden, Maliyah, Kailynn, Mom, Dean and Ruth Ann…I am sorry for your loss…I am at a loss for words on Aunt Betty Jo’s passing…she was like a 2nd mom to me over the years. You girls were the closest thing I had to having sisters. We had a lot of good times over the years. I pray that you all find peace in knowing that she isn’t stressing over anything anymore and that she will have no more anxiety attacks…she is finally at peace! I love all of you! May God comfort you in the days ahead…I am here if you guys need anything…don’t hesitate to ask!
Sorry to hear about Betty Jo’s death.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family. Going to miss reading her uplifting sayings. God Bless all of her family. Love you guys.
Tami, Stacey, and Angie and family:
We are thinking and praying for strength for all of you in this time of loss of your mother. Betty Jo was always happy to visit and see both Scott & I, and we enjoyed our visits. We regret we were not able to see her more recent, but she was in ours thoughts and prayers.
Love & hugs to all.
Tami, Stacey, Angie and Jane my heart goes out to all of you. I will not be able to attend the funeral service but always remember your Mom and sister as a loving caring person. Ruth Ann, my heart goes out to you also. I love you all and am praying for peace. RIP Betty Jo you were loved by many
Thinking and praying for all of you. With much love, Ruby and Family
I’m so sorry about your families loss. Your mom holds many good memories from my childhood. I will keep each of you in my prayers.
Aunt Vel and family , we were sadden by the news of Betty Jo’s passing . You all are in our thoughts and prayers at this time . We miss and love you all .
Stacey, so very sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I send you love.
So sorry for your loss. I knew Betty Jo since we were kids. Our paths crossed each other over the years. She will be missed. Always enjoyed talking with her. She loved talking about her family. Prayers to you all.
Betty Jo was truly one of my favorite people in the world. Her sharp wit and sarcastic way made us fast friends. I’ll miss you BJ. You’ll be in my heart forever.
To all the family, you have my deepest condolences.
We are so sorry at the passing of Betty Jo. She was a great lady, and we know how the family – especially all of her grandkids – will miss her. You will all be in our prayers.