Betty Joan Hartwig passed away at home on September 28, 2021, in Lodi at the age of 91. Betty was born on March 17, 1930 in Bonfield, Illinois to Sam and Ella White. Betty married Raymond Hartwig, Sr. in 1962, together they raised two children: Noreen Hartwig (Anagnos) and Raymond Hartwig Jr. and one granddaughter, Mickalya Hartwig. Betty was a housewife and after moving to Lodi she spent 11 years working at Gibraltar's Savings. She enjoyed collecting antiques and dolls. She enjoyed being a member of TOPS 1350 for many years and a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church. Betty was preceded in death by her father and mother, Sam and Ella White, her husband Raymond Hartwig, Sr. Her two brothers, Roy White and Donald White of Illinois. She is survived by her daughter, Noreen, son, Raymond Jr. and granddaughter, Mickayla, and two special nieces, Carmen (Pete) Pease, West Virginia and Shelly Hoff, Texas. My brother and I would like to thank the ladies who assisted in caring for Betty during her last few months. It meant more to us than they will ever know. A Celebration of Life has been planned for Betty and will be held on Friday, October 15, 2021 at Vineyard Chapel, Cherokee Memorial at 1:00 pm, 14165 N. Beckman Road, Lodi, CA 95240.
Published by Lodi-News Sentinel from Oct. 9 to Oct. 15, 2021.
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May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. My deepest sympathies....I was the manager at Gibraltar Savings .When I first arrived in Lodi, Betty welcomed me with open arms and her gracious smile. She always supported me over the years and was so warm and caring for the staff and customers. She also was very protective of me and customers needed an appointment or a great reason to get past her to see me...lol...On numerous occasions she would watch over my two small boys at the time as they ran around the building upstairs and downstairs. Alter Gibraltar disappeared the years passed and people lose track of each other with career changes. I joined Bank Of Stockton and I was so happy to see Betty come thru the Bank doors after all those years. We visited on several occasions when she came in and shared fond memories of staff, Grape Festival themes/decorations in the branch etc. Betty was a very special Lady and I will miss her and will always remember her caring and smile. Your Mother is a great Lady. My sincere best wishes.. Walter Bozich