Betty Stickel Andrews, 77, of Carlisle,
passed away suddenly on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at Harrisburg Hospital with her family by her side. She was born on Friday,
February 8, 1935, in Carlisle, the daughter of the late Harlan M. and Hazel I. (Myers) Stickel.
Betty was a 1953 graduate of Carlisle High School
and was employed by the Carlisle Area School District as an accounting clerk for over 20 years. Betty also co-managed, with
her husband, Carlisle Memorial Services for many years. She was a member of Middlesex United Methodist Church and also attended
Waggoners United Methodist Church, both of Carlisle. Betty was a member of the Order of Eastern Star - Old Bellaire Chapter
and Eagles Aerie 1299 Ladies Auxiliary for many years.
She is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 56 years, John E. Andrews, one daughter, Krista L. Uplinger
(and husband, Randy) of Carlisle and one brother, Donald L. Stickel of Carlisle and her sister-in-law, Jaclyn Andrews
Mountz of Carlisle. Betty was preceded in death by one daughter, Cynthia Sue Andrews and one brother, William Stickel.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 31, 2012, at 1 p.m. in the
Waggoners United Methodist Church, 1271 Longs Gap Rd. Carlisle, with Pastor Tim Funk and Pastor Jacob Waybright officiating.
A time of fellowship will immediately follow the service at the church. A private graveside service will be held at Westminster
Cemetery, Carlisle. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is assisting the family with the arrangements. Memorial contributions
may be made to Waggoners United Methodist Church, mailing address:1055 Longs Gap Rd. Carlisle, PA 17013 or to Middlesex United
Methodist Church, 118 N. Middlesex Rd., Carlisle.
Click here to send a condolence
Our sympathies are extended to your family. We met Betty at the Nailor family Christmas
parties and always enjoyed talking with her.
David and Betty B. Evelhoch
Sorry to hear of your Mom passing. I know how
you are feeling. I lost mine last month on Valentine's Day! May you find peace in her memories and all the
Love, Melody Cooper Lintner
My deepest heartfelt sympathy
My heart goes out to you in this time of sorrow. Such a shock.
My thoughts and prayers
are with you and Randy.
Betty and I were childhood neighbors and very good friends. Did not see her many times lately but remember
her to be caring, compassionate and a true friend. She was the type you could always count on to help someone and was a very
true and reliable individual. Regret I did not have opportunity to say good-bye to her but know she is now in a better place
and with God and
Jesus in heaven -- her reward!Condolence to all of you. She was a very strong indvidual in her faith
and showed others how to live.
Pat Lay Beittel
John (my brother) and Krista,
Betty always treated me as a sister
than a sister inlaw. We as a close family had many years of sports together. Many dinners and vacationing together. I will
miss Betty very much and I know you will also. We are a religious family and our faith in God will get us through this time
Your sister and Aunt to Krista, Jackie
So sorry to hear of your loss. I know how hard these times are. If I can do
anything, please let me know.
I learned to know Betty at Curves and had many conversations with her as we
worked out together. I was sorry to hear about her passing away.
I will miss her also at our market stand where she was
an occasional visitor. I smile when I think of her fondness for sugar cookies.
She was a nice lady.
to hear of Betty's passing.
Marie & Bob Minter
We would like to send our deepest sympathy to John, Krista and
Randy. Your Wife and Mom was a very special lady and she will be missed by many but just hold on to the memories that you
have from over the years and that will help you move on and just remember God only takes the best.
I pray that God will hold your
family close during this difficult time and give you his peace that passes all understanding. Although hard to loss some some
you love take joy that she is walking with Jesus.
From working at and exercising at Curves, I got to know Betty.
What a wonderfully, sweet lady! We will miss her a lot.
Betty's family is in my prayers.
God give you much comfort during this time.
Betty and I had a lot of correspondence over the years. I am sorry I didn't hear of her passing sooner.
She was a lovely person and I appreciated all of the Stickel family help she gave me. All the best to her family. She will
Terry Stickel Hintz