Betty Louise Warp
1927 - 2020
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Warp, Betty Louise

Loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and aunt, Betty Lou (Zyks) Warp, known to friends and family as Betty Boop, went home to her husband, Richard Leroy Warp on December 31st , 2020. Betty was born on February 21 st ,1927 in Chicago, Illinois to Casimer and Bertha Zyks. As a vibrant teenager, Betty could be found dancing in Chicago, where she met the love of her life, which soon after lead to their marriage in 1947. Betty and Richard lived a spectacular 60 years together, during which they were blessed with four children, Bonita (Bonnie) Allen, William (Bill) Warp, Richard (Butch) Warp, and Beverly Stengle. They raised their children in Berkeley, Illinois and later retired to Tampa, Florida, where they lived in a house on the water in Regency Cove. The loving couple could be found hosting parties, playing cards, hitting the golf course, bowling with their friends, and dancing the night away. Betty's favorite activities included crafting, knitting, quilting, playing slots, and enjoying a beef sandwich from Portillos with a schooner of beer so big she needed to use both her hands. Left to cherish her memory is her loving family, her children Bonnie Allen, Bill warp (Jean), and Beverly Stengle (Michael); her grandchildren, David Larsen, Erika Ray, Amy Hornek, Christina Burch, Sarah Stengle, Richard Warp, Loree Rozanski, Greg Warp, Christine Torres; her great grandchildren Madison, Sydney, Caroline, Anna, Lilla, Ryan, Khyrstin, Kaitlynn, Leighanne, Peyton, Pierce, Cruz, Trevor, Brooklyn, Bennett, and Aaron; and many loving nieces and nephews. In lieu of services, there will be a celebration of life in Illinois during the summer of 2021, if all is well. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Residential Home Health & Residential Hospice, 1431 Opus Pl., Suite 310, Downers Grove, IL 60515. Arrangements made by Beidelman-Kunsch Funeral Homes & Crematory. Info 630-355-0264.

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Jan. 8, 2021.
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January 12, 2021
I loved Betty so much! So many wonderful memories playing cards, eating out on Fridays, doing crafts...I just adored Betty and will miss her dearly.

Kim Brown
Kim Brown
January 12, 2021
I loved Betty so much! So many wonderful memories playing cards, eating out on Fridays, doing crafts...I just adorable Betty and will miss her dearly.

Kim Brown
Kim Brown
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