Bette Jane Stull

March 08, 1923 ‒ July 04, 2019

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Bette Jane Stull passed away on July 4th,  2019, at the age of 96. She was born Bette Jane Ogle in Walhonding, Ohio, to parents French Franklin Ogle and Anna (Frey) Ogle. She worked at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton during World War II and in 1948 married Richard Stull of Mt. Vernon.

The Stulls lived for many years in Mount Gilead, where “Dick” owned and operated Stull’s Men’s Shop and Bette worked as the receptionist for the dental offices of Dr. Robert F. George. In 1967, the family moved to Lexington, where Bette lived for the rest of her life in the Walnut Hills neighborhood she loved.

She was preceded in death by her husband, three sisters, and four brothers. She is survived by her son Richard and wife Karen of Newburgh, New York; grandson James of Brooklyn; two sisters-in-law (Georgene Ogle of Fredericktown and Frances Stull of Portland, Oregon) and several nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will be held at a later date in Valley View Cemetery, Warsaw, Ohio.

To leave a message of condolence please visit:www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

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  • I am so sorry to hear of her passing❤️ I really enjoyed her when she worked for Dr. George. Bette and I always shared memories and stories. Rest in peace my dear friend💕

  • Karen and Rick

    Memories of love and friendship are treasures to carry with you always. We had many a
    good laughs at the Gadd/Stull Reunions in previous years. You’re in our thoughts every step of the way.

  • Dear Rick and family, Many many years ago, I was one of your babysitters. I loved your Mom and Dad and always wondered what happened to them. I’m sorry to hear your Dad passed away. He was a nice guy. I really loved your Mom. She was so kind and friendly. I can see from her picture she was still beautiful. We used to watch movies on t.v. when I stayed with you. I was always scared to look out at the cemetery after you went to bed! I hope you are doing well and I am truly sorry for the loss of both of your parents.