Betty Ann Brown, on July 5, 2021, of Somerdale. Age 76.
Sister of Richard Edelen (Diane), Thomas Edelen, Lori Mullen (the late Bill) and the late Wanda Edelen. Aunt of William Mullen (Jen), Lisa Kirkonis (Jeff), Frank Mercantini, Jr. and great aunt of Morgan.
Betty Ann loved spending time scrolling through Facebook.
Services and interment private.
"Betty, your kindness was unmatched and big heart to all. I will miss your laughter, smile and conversations the most. It was a pleasure to have you in my life and to be able to work together everyday. You will be missed by So....many. you were truly one of a kind. Rest in peace my friend!!"
"Betty you will be missed, will always remember our times growing up in Haddon Heights. The 4th of July picnics when the cousins would come to many memories to mention. Love you Your brother Richard and Dyane. Say Hi to Mom and Dad."
"Betty was one of a kind! The kindest soul with the biggest heart. I had the pleasure of working with Betty for 7 years before she retired. She was kind, genuine and FUNNY. You could hear her contagious laugh from the other side of the building. She ran that office like it was her home and treated everyone like family. If you were ever having a bad day, stopping by Betty's desk was a sure way of fixing that. She knew our kids and significant others, even after retirement she kept in touch and always wanted updates on our lives. Oh the laughs we had with her birthday shout outs, accidental intercom announcements and her makeshift mail system at the front desk. Her desk was organized chaos, and she knew exactly where everything was. I still remember the day I moved one piece of paper while she was out, I never heard the end of it. Thanks for the laughs Miss Betty. You will be SO missed, by so many. "
"Nick and I are so sorry to hear of the loss of Betty.
She was always a pleasure to be around.
Our sincere sympathy goes out to all of her family.
Jean and Nick"
"Betty, you were such a genuine, kind and loving person that I was so blessed to have known. You took the time to really get to know all your colleagues and did such a nice job of keeping in touch with all of us long after you retired, always inquiring about our kids and families. After I began working remotely you always made me feel so welcome back into the office. I'll always fondly remember your "prrrrrrrretzel day" announcements and your birthday poems giving everyone a good laugh. Betty - you were truly one of a kind and will be sorely missed! Rest in peace!!"
"Even after you retired you still made an effort to keep in contact with CMI Media Group and Compas. I loved seeing you every December helping wrap presents for families and your comments on my life happenings on facebook. You were always so thoughtful and kind, and I will miss you. May you rest in peace "
"Betty you were one of a kind! You always had something nice to say or funny to share. I loved talking with you when you were in the office and your facebook jokes were the best! You started the Birthday Shout Outs and they were truly from your heart! I will miss you, until we meet again. Rest easy Betty Boop! XXOO..."
"Betty, you were one of the kindest souls and warmest, most genuine people I've ever known. I so looked forward to seeing you at the office each morning. Thank you for showing so much care for my family and me. I wish you had gotten to know Frankie and Melaina better, and that we had more time to spend with you. I'll always have a special place in my heart for you.
"Boopers! So many great memories at Compas. Loved when you would roll the 'r' in pretzel and say "Pretzel Day" on the loudspeaker. You were a kind, GENUINE soul & I am so thankful that I had the blessing to know you. I will miss your presence & comments on Facebook. "
"Miss Betty was a special lady at Compas Inc. Everyone could talk to her about anything and she would always give an honest answer. She was what we call "real." Miss Betty was full of humor! If you wanted a good laugh, walk up to the front desk and see Miss Betty! Lol, I'm laughing now just thinking about her! When she retired, she loved to help wrap gifts during Christmas. It was always good to see her because she would smile and her face would light up and you could truly tell that she missed everyone and being in the office. Miss Betty, rest well. Love Jessica T. "
"Betty was always such a sweetheart to me. Although I hadn?t seen her in years, I will never forget her wonderful hugs!
Be at peace, Aunt Bet. I?ll miss you. "