Betty A. Castle, age 87, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family at her home in Waupun, Wisconsin, on October 27, 2022.
A memorial service for Betty will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Mayville, Wisconsin. Visitation will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service at 11:00 a.m. Rev Rich Collier will be officiating.
Betty was born the daughter of Earl and Mathilda “Tillie” (Edmunds) Beale on October 28, 1934, in Madison, Wisconsin. Betty married the love of her life, Vern, on April 11, 1953, in Middleton, WI. She was employed and retired from Serigraph in West Bend. She was a vice president there for many years.
Betty’s faith and family were things she treasured. She was involved in various church groups and activities, especially the quilters group. Betty’s family was her life. She loved to plan parties and cook for them. She loved having them over and just spending as much time as she could with them. Betty travelled to various places in the United States and enjoyed going on vacation with her family. She was always looking forward to planning and going on the next vacation with them. Betty also was an avid reader.
Betty is survived by her children: Michael Castle (Marie) and Penny Castle; her grandchildren TJ (Dinora) Castle; Troy (Natalie) Brevold; Raeven Mason (Nate); Robyn (Arion) Slominski; Carlye Castle; Jade Slock (Ben); and her great-grandchildren: Alex, Alayna, Kaylin, Lily, Connor, Avery, Cole, and Adeline, Aria, and Austin; her sister, Barbara Osberg; and other nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.
Betty is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Vern; her daughter, Patricia “Patti” Castle; and her siblings: Vera Krinkey; Tom Beale; Terry Beale; Eddie Beale; and Randy Beale.
Memorials can be made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Mayville, Wisconsin in Betty’s memory.
The family would like to thank SSM Hospice and nurses Shannie, Kayli, and Clarissa for the love, care, and support they showed to Betty.