Betty Lou Hetrick, 90, of Fremont, OH passed away peacefully, with her family by her side on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at Elmwood Skilled Nursing in Fremont. She was born August 20, 1928 in Sandusky County, the daughter of Raymond W. and Clara (Cummings) Overmyer. She was a 1947 graduate of Fremont Ross High School.
Betty Lou married Howard Hetrick on May 1, 1948 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Rice Twp and he preceded her in death in 1982. She worked at Hasselbach Meats with her husband, Howard, Kroger’s, Exit 6 Ramada Inn as a Supervisor of Housekeeping, Days Inn and as a Groomer at Bark & Purr. Betty Lou enjoyed farming and cats.
Betty Lou is survived by her sons, Dennis (Cinthia Horn) Hetrick and Michael Hetrick both of Fremont, OH; grandsons, Chad (Stephanie), Chris (Heather), Cyle (Shawna), Jason (Amanda Reyes), Dustin (Cheyenne Haas) Hetrick; great grandchildren, Ethan, Clay, Dean, Mya, Copper, Zoey Hetrick and Kira Bertmeyer.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Howard Hetrick; siblings, Don and Kenneth Overmyer, Gladys Bundschuh and Dorothy Grace Stieger.
A Graveside Memorial Service will take place on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Greenwood Cemetery, CR 170, Fremont, OH with Pastor Scott Mauch officiating.
Memorials can be made to Hospice of ProMedica or Donor’s Choice.
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Betty was a very special lady that hold a special place in my heart. She will be missed greatly! RIH
Al & Trish Reyes
Our condolences to the Hetrick family in your loss of your family’s matriarch. May you find comfort in all your memories of her. RIH Grandma Hetrick.
Janet & Denny Haas
Dustin & Cheyann,
Sorry to here of your loss. Prayers coming you way.
Janet & Denny
Jon L. Horn
you have my sencire condolences, you are all in my thoughts and prayers !!!
Denny and Cindy,so very sorry about your Mom. My thoughts are with you all..Janet Horn
Sorry to hear about the passing of Betty. May God’s love give you comfort now and real hope for the future. Our deepest sympathy.
The Sharon Shaull Family
Dave Hasselbach Hasselbach Meats
With deepest sympathy, Betty was the last of the first generation of clerks at the meat market. I always enjoyed taking her groceries out to her car because I would usually get a quick story about my grandfather or great grandfather. Most of the time “hard cider” was mentioned. She will be missed in the neighborhood.
I loved you great grandma Betty you will never be forgotten you will always be in our heats always and forever!