Betty H. Frame (nee Hibbert), of Warminster, passed away peacefully on August 30, 2019 at the age of 89. Beloved wife of the late Ellsworth W. Frame; loving mother of David (Barbara), Edward, Cindy Biehl (Eugene), and the late Bonnie Frame-Tatum (Tom); cherished grandmother of Curtis, Takara (Cody), Ambre, Christopher, and Tad; caring great grandmother of Autumn (Jeremy) and Ivey Hannah (David); and loving great-great grandmother of Nehemiah. Betty is also survived by her brother Robert Hibbert and was preceded in death by her brothers George, Arthur and Walter. Also surviving are many nieces and nephews.
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Betty was an incredibly loving and generous person. She spent her entire life taking care of those she loved, her father, brothers, husband, children, grandchildren and countless other family members and friends. The door to her house was always open and a good meal could be counted on. Her house was holiday central for scores of family and friends. She was famous for her baking, being nicknamed Betty Crocker. Her Jewish Apple Cake and Chocolate Chip Cheese Cake were the hit of every party.
The majority of her working career was spent as a bus driver for Centennial School District. She was loved by the students she drove and made many lifelong friends through the bus garage. She also loved to stay active by walking and doing water aerobics. She made many friends in the pool and continued to attend water walking luncheons long after she stopped attending classes. Betty and Ells loved to travel taking many trips with their cohorts Flossie and Elmer and in later years with the Ben Wilson Center and Upper Moreland Golden Age Club. She also loved to read, play bingo and was a lifelong Phillies and Eagles fan. Betty was an active member of Warminster Presbyterian Church attending services, serving as an usher, helping out in the office and of course baking. She attended worship services there as long as she was able. Upon moving to Christ’s Home, Betty became an active member of that community, participating in numerous activities, worship services and when the weather permitted spending many hours enjoying the sun porch.
The light of her life though was her grandchildren. She enjoyed every minute of being Grand- mom or Mom-mom. The kids could not have asked for a more loving Grand-parent.
No matter where Betty was or what she was doing, she was loved by all due to her sweet, gentle and generous nature. She will be greatly missed.
Relatives and friends are invited to share in Betty’s Life Celebration on Saturday, September 14, 2019 beginning at 10:00AM followed by her funeral service at 11:00AM at Warminster Presbyterian Church 500 Madison Ave, Warminster, PA 18974. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions on Warminster Presbyterian Church in Betty’s memory would be greatly appreciated.
Family services entrusted to Decker/Givnish Life Celebration Home.