Betty J. Page

April 09, 1928 ‒ March 06, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Betty J. Page, age 91 of Mount Vernon, Ohio passed away on Friday, March 6, 2020 at the Ohio Eastern Star Nursing Home.  She was born in Mansfield, Ohio on April 9, 1928 to the late Mick and Mary (Ridenour) Mayer.

Betty graduated from Mount Vernon High School and later worked and retired from Continental Can.  She was very generous and volunteered her time to the Hospital and to the Living Center in Mount Vernon.  Betty was a member of the Quilting Club and made many friends there.  She enjoyed gardening, fishing, being around the water, cooking her famous fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy.  Betty and her late husband, Charles loved throwing parties and listening to Big Band Music.

She is survived by her grandsons, Chris (Brianna) Page, Travis (Jess) Page; grandchildren, Alaezsha Mayo and Alivia Mayo-Lyon; daughter in law, Linda Conkle; brothers in law, Marvin and Lawrence Page; and special friend, Ralph Bross.

Along with her parents, Betty is preceded in death by her husband, Charles E. Page; and a son, C. Dave Page.

Calling hours will be held on Thursday, March 12, 2020 from 11 am until the time of the funeral service starting at 1:00 pm at the Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home; 201 Newark Road, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.  Burial will take place in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens.

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  • To the family of Betty Page my sincere condolences. I remember Betty & Charlie from Zion Lutheran Church. They were a happy & sweet couple. My prayers & thoughts are with you all.
    With sympathy, Susan Cochran

  • Dear Travis & Chris and Families, and all who loved Betty:

    We had many decades of fun times with Betty & Charlie as friends and neighbors. They were wonderful, caring people and great hosts (and our kids loved Betty’s famous “Shirley Temples”!)
    We cherish our legacy of special memories together.

    We are keeping you all close in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.


    The Siekkinen Family

  • I worked with Betty in the ink house at Continental Can. She was a very nice person and always did her job.My praise and prayers go out to her. Paul W. Losh

  • I would like to send my condolences to the Page family. I took care of Betty while she lived at Eastern Star Home. I would like to thank you for letting me have the honor to meet her. She always made the staff smile and laugh with her spitfire ways. She sat with the staff at the nurses station as much as she could and would help us with whatever we needed. She seemed to really enjoy the time she spent with us and we surely did. I will truly miss her.