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Betty Jane FERMIER

November 15, 1921 ~ February 3, 2021 (age 99)


Betty Jane Fermier, age 99 died peacefully at her son’s home on February 3, 2021 . She was the wife of the late Philip C. Fermier, Jr who were married for 78 years. She and her husband were married in Quakertown, PA., lived in Worcester, PA., Cape May, NJ. And Bradenton, FL. Betty loved life and enjoyed interacting with people. She worked in retail and was a natural at it. She owned a children’s clothing store in Lansdale, Betty Jane’s Children Shoppe until “retirement.” She “un-retired” and managed a clothing store, the Sandpiper in Cape May, NJ until moving to Florida. She also worked for many years at the Koehler’s Jewelry in Lansdale. Betty enjoyed knitting, crocheting and flowers especially geraniums. She loved a clean car too and washed many the old fashion way with a hose, a bucket and a sponge. Her greatest love and satisfaction was her family. Every Mothers Day card sentiment seem to work for describing her as loving, loyal, supportive, grateful and giving. Betty Jane is survived by her three sons Philip Charles, III, David Barry (Sylvia) and Alan Matthew (Connie). Six grandchildren David, Jr., Adam M., Jason, Alison, Tom, and Andrew, Sixteen great grandchildren and One great great grandchild. She was predeceased by a brother Keith Matthews and her parents Leland & Eda May (Ambler) Matthews. She was a member of Wentz U.C.C. in Worcester Township where she and her husband Phil will be interred. Memorial Services will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are in the care of the C. R. Strunk Funeral Home, Inc. ( Quakertown. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Wentz UCC 3246 Skippack Pike Worcester, PA 19490.

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Wentz U.C.C.
3246 Skippack Pike, Lansdale PA 19446

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