Betty J. Tucker
1946 - 2021
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Betty J. Tucker

Manchester Twp. - Betty Jane Tucker, age 74, of Manchester Township, York passed away at 4:00 PM Monday, January 11, 2021 surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of Bernard I. "Bernie" Tucker.

In addition to her loving husband of 53 years, Mrs. Tucker is survived by a daughter, Beth I. Tucker, of York; a son, Brian I. Tucker, and his wife Kobie, of York; two grandchildren, Lance and Brooklyn; two sisters, Gladys McFatridge, and Norma Taylor; and a brother, Wayne Fauth. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Ronald Fauth; sister, Thelma Mundis; and niece, Deb Taylor.

She had one great passion in life! To care for others, making sure that she kept in contact with her sisters and brothers, family and countless friends! Everyone she met became a friend, and she considered her friends to be extended family.

Born September 15, 1946 in York, she was a daughter of the late Clair and Ethel May (Craley)Fauth. She was a graduate of Eastern High School; Thompson's Business School, as a Key Punch Operator and worked for the Record Club of America; and Regency School of Beauty, earning her licenses as a Hair Dresser and Manicurist. She worked as a Manicurist at Paul of Fifth Avenue, and Ethan Allen Design Studio as an Interior Designer. She owned her own Manicure Shop, and was a very successful sales representative for Longaberger Baskets while helping other agents establish their careers with Longaberger.

She was an avid tennis player in early years, and an avid golfer in more recent years as a member of the Out Door Country Club Ladies "18 Holers". Enjoying lunch with ladies after golf even more!

A memorial service will be held at a later date. Kuhner Associates Funeral Directors, Inc., 863 South George Street, York, is in charge of arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Temple Beth Israel, 2090 Hollywood Drive, York PA 17403, where Mrs. Tucker was a member and Olivia's House Grief & Loss, 830 S. George St. York, Pa 17403.

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Published in York Daily Record from Jan. 13 to Jan. 14, 2021.
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January 14, 2021
Our hearts are hurting but the fondest of memories are bringing us peace. There are MANY but the most memorable being of our time together at Brian & Kobie's wedding in the Bahamas. We all had a great time but especially Betty. She was glowing & enjoying every moment. We love & miss her already.
To the Tuckers, we are sharing your loss & sending our love.
Karen & Kevin Snook
January 14, 2021
With heartfelt sympathy to the Tucker family. May the love of friends and family be a comfort at this sad time.
Rose Gurreri
January 14, 2021
Oh Aunt will be greatly missed!
Uncle Tom, Brian and Koby and Beth know that we are praying for you all. This will leave a huge void in your lives but if you keep Betty's memory alive she won't be far away.
We love you all. We pray comfort for you.
Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted.
Steve and Deb Fauth
Deb Fauth
January 14, 2021
Our deepest sympathy to Bernie and family. What a wonderful lady and friend...she will be missed by many. Keeping everyone in our thoughts and prayers. God's Blessings.
Carl & Sharon Hilt
January 13, 2021
Betty will surely be missed by so many. She was such a sweet and caring lady. A real class act. To the family, may you feel God’s loving arms wrapped around you and experience the peace that only He can give.
Cheryl Abel
January 13, 2021
Sorry to hear of Bettys passing. Brings back memories of Fauth family reunions at Longs park and Sam Lewis when we were kids.
Randy Fauth
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