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Betty Latimer


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Betty Latimer Obituary
Latimer, Betty
Betty Jean (nee Hagan) Latimer, age 86, beloved wife of the late Warren E. Latimer for 64 years, passed on to heaven at her home on Sunday, March 25, 2018 surrounded by her family. Betty was diagnosed with a blood disorder following a very brief illness. Utmost in Betty's life was her love for her daughters, Linda and Sally; granddaughters, Sarah and Lindsay; son-in-law, Brad; and her granddaughter Lindsay's husband, Taylor. Her lavish love for people of all ages and walks of life gave her the gift of many close friends. Constantly positive, fun loving, and prayerful, Betty seized life as a gift to be enjoyed and shared. Her strong, life-long Christian faith enabled Betty to see her life passion as encouraging and loving others. Born and raised in Butler, Pennsylvania, 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, Betty met her husband while they both worked for Marathon Oil Company in Robinson, Illinois. The majority of their lives were spent in Worthington, Ohio. Betty worked as a school secretary in Worthington and for her husband's engineering company. Betty also enjoyed volunteering at Worthington Presbyterian Church, Worthington Historical Society and had fun dancing with a local couple's dance group. After retiring, she and her husband relocated to Twin Lakes Retirement Community, Montgomery, Ohio to be closer to her grand daughters and family. Twin Lakes also brought a wonderful community of friends and memories. Betty is preceded in death by her parents Ann and Arthur Hagan, and her sister Shirley (nee Hagan) Robb. She is survived by her brother, Arthur Hagan (Marylee) of Terre Haute, Indiana; brother-in-law, Graham Robb of Zanesville, Ohio; daughters, Linda (Brad) Trucksis of Cincinnati, Ohio and Sally Latimer, who recently relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio; granddaughters, Sarah Trucksis of Cincinnati, Ohio and Lindsay (Taylor) Combs of Nashville, Tennessee. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, grand nieces, and grand nephews. A private family memorial service will be held to celebrate her life. Thomas-Justin Funeral Homes, Inc. is handling arrangements. Interment at Armstrong Chapel Cemetery, Indian Hill, Ohio. In honor of Betty, donations can be made to Madeira-Silverwood Presbyterian Church, 8000 Miami Ave., Cincinnati Ohio 45243 or Worthington Historical Society, 50 W. New England Ave., Worthington, Ohio, 45085. Condolences may be expressed directly to the family or at ThomasJustinMemorial.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Apr. 5, 2018
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