Betty R. Stiles

May 28, 1927 ‒ April 20, 2015

Mount Vernon, Ohio
Formerly of Marengo, Ohio

Betty R. Stiles, age 87 of Mount Vernon and formerly Marengo, died Monday morning April 20, 2015 at Laurels of Mount Vernon.

She was born on May 28, 1927 in Columbus to the late Dale and Lena (Schafer) VanVorhis. She was a retired Clerk for the State of Ohio. Betty enjoyed playing bingo, crocheting and making people laugh.

She is survived by daughters: Kathy Yocum of Mount Vernon , Valerie Globe of Hemingway, SC; grandchildren: Richard Globe, Dale (Nikki) Globe, Kayla Reeves; great grandchild: Gerid (Amber) Globe; great-great grandchildren: Angelia and Levi Globe

Preceded in death by her husband Charles “Bud” Stiles on September 16, 1999; great- great grandchild: Jasmyne Globe; brothers: Harry, Jack, Harold VanVorhis, Roy Webster; sisters: Ethel Miller, Velma Sylvester.

Friends may call one hour prior to the 2 p.m. service on Thursday at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 73 W. Walnut Street, Marengo with Pastor Bryan Miller officiating. Interment will follow in the Bloomfield Cemetery.

Memorial contribution can be made to the family to assist with funeral expenses.

Condolences may be expressed at

  • I’m sending my condolence to the Stiles family during the difficult time…I remember meeting the Stiles family for the first time back in 1971 when we first moved to the Morrow County area and I got to know her daughter Kathy and granddaughter Kayla…Betty always had a smile on her face when I saw her she will truly be missed…I’m sending our prayers to the family may you R.I.P Betty…..

  • So sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathy to your family. Love and prayers. Randy and Shelly Whited Kemmer and Family

  • My Heart goes out to the family and friends of Betty during these difficult times. I had the pleasure of being in her company several times and truly enjoyed every moment. Our Prayers are with you.

    Gary Stoneking & Richard Troutwine

  • My condolences to you Kathy and Kayla. I knew both your mom and dad and they were a fun and loving couple, They always made you feel welcome and they never met a stranger, so kind to everyone. Even though I have not seen your mom for awhile I will still miss her. Bless you both.