Betty Jane Gentili

January 23, 1925 - November 12, 2014
Betty Jane Gentili

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Williamsburg, Virginia ñ Betty Jane Gentili, 89, died on November 12, 2014 after a long illness. Born in Buffalo, Betty lived the majority of her life in the South towns of Hamburg and Eden. She worked as a riveter on airplane construction during WW II. Betty also worked at a department store and at a West Seneca mental health facility, while still being a wonderful wife and mother.

Betty is preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Dan Gentili. She is survived by two grateful sons, who owe their wonderful lives to her ever-present love and support which they received during their formative years. Betty is also survived by two daughter-in-laws, who loved and appreciated her; two grand-sons and four great-grandchildren. She will not be forgotten! .

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  • December 08, 2014
    Joanne Eckhardt says:
    Bob, Dan, and families. I am so sorry to hear about Betty's passing. I have many good memories of living next door to her. She was a dear friend and generous lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Joanne Eckhardt

  • December 07, 2014
    Julie Allen-Otis says:
    Dear Bob, I was so very sorry to hear of your mom"s passing. She was a lovely woman with a great sense of humor. I still think our high school days were just around the corner. I hope these years have been good to you and your family. Take care.

  • December 07, 2014
    John L Suida says:
    My deepest sympathy to you Dan and Bob. Will always remember your Mom's welcoming smile and her laughter.Hope you are both well....Sincerely, John

  • December 07, 2014
    Sharon O'Bryant Mooney says:
    My sincerest sympathy, I first met Betty when she and Dan moved to Eckhardt Rd. I babysat their 2 sons when in high school. I always enjoyed knowing both Dan and Betty. Sharon O'Bryant Mooney

  • December 07, 2014
    Richard Gentili says:
    So sorry about Aunt Betty. Haven't seen her for many years. Did not know what happened to her. Thought about her often and remember her laughter and bubbly personality. Hopefully, she is at peace now. Richard, Judy and Heather Gentili