Betty Ann Dahlke

December 11, 1932 - September 6, 2020
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LIMA — Betty Ann Dahlke, age 87 of Lima, went to her heavenly home with Jesus at 6:05am on Sunday September 6, 2020, surrounded by her loving family. She was born December 11, 1932 in Delphos, Ohio to William Hartman and Dorothy (Himmeger) Hartman, whom preceded her in death. She married her loving husband ofContinue Reading

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Bonnie McNamara left a message on October 11, 2020:
Betty was one of my favorite patients. I always admired her sense of humor and her positive attitude. She had great strengths and overcame a lot in her life, but was still very loving. She was obviously a wonderful mother and grandmother who leaves a legacy of children and grandchildren to be proud of. She will be greatly missed.(PS- Heidi, I think I have you and Betty to thank for the cute mug and travel mug that you sent me, they were a wonderful gift! 😄)
Theodore L. Dahlke left a message on September 10, 2020:
In memory of Betty Ann Dahlke, Theodore L. Dahlke lit a candle
Theodore L. Dahlke left a message on September 10, 2020:
Thanks for the memories shared about my mom, they have brought back good memories to me also. She will be missed but this is a day to celebrate because she has ran the race on this earth as Christ set before her. She now has entered her eternal life with Jesus, just waiting for us all to accomplish the same. She would want all to read Romans 3:23, 6:23 & 10:9 & 10 known as the Roman road to Jesus. Thank you all again Ted Dahlke son of Betty & Ted Dahlke.
Dave and Kathy Kuhn left a message on September 10, 2020:
What a wonderful couple, Ted and Betty were wonderful neighbors, we laughed and we cried.Loved talking to the both of them, loved sharing the Lord with the two of them. They have been missed since Ted passed and Betty moved, but we know we will see them in heaven again. God bless the family.Dave and Kathy Kluhn
Barbara Duval left a message on September 10, 2020:
When I was in first grade, my family was blessed with our new neighbors, the Dahlke family! Two little girls, Debbie and Kim and then new baby Ted, Jr. What a gift that was to my family! My sister, Jan and I spent so many many hours playing and growing with Debbie and Kim. Their parents, Betty and Ted became extra"parents" to us as our parents loved them as well. Always living strong values of faith and family, Betty treated Jan and I like her own! Many trips to Lake Amanda, sleepovers, backyard picnics and camping and the wonderful fun of childhood. As we grew up and became adults ourselves, occasional visits with Betty as she and Ted enjoyed the blessings of their grandchildren, it was always so great to catch up. The Dahlke family was such an important part of my growing up. Betty was truly one of God's children, a woman of love, faith and joy in the Lord. I hold her dear in my heart and will pray in gratitude for knowing this wonderful family.
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Lisa Lowry left a message on September 9, 2020:
Ted, Carolyn & family So sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. Our deepest condolences.Greg & Lisa Lowry
Rhonda Mattiuzzo left a message on September 9, 2020:
Being with Aunt Betty was SO fun... sitting beside her on a porch swing, at the player piano, or around the table... you knew you were loved! Camping at Fort Amanda and a vacation to Washington, DC were great adventures I got to share with the whole family. But maybe the most impactful was seeing her life be reconciled to Jesus! A real joy & excited love for Jesus! It made me curious, open for a life change of my own! I am forever grateful!
Herbert Lanker left a message on September 9, 2020:
We are sorry to hear about the passing of Betty. We know where she and Ted are. We were their next door neighbors for over 25 years. They were wonderful neighbors and friends. We spent many a time visiting and talking on their patio and living room about the "good old days".Herb.& Lynn Lanker
Barb and Gary Williams left a message on September 9, 2020:
Kim, I remember all the fun times we had in brownies with our moms. She will be missed she was always such a sweet and happy person. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Pee wee left a message on September 9, 2020:
Dear. Aunt. Betty you was a great lady we had good times togeather years ago. Evertime i see you you always smile god bless you. R. I. P. Love you always. Pee Wee
Lisa Williams left a message on September 8, 2020:
So many memories.... I use to think my mom and Betty were sisters when I was young, they were always together! And never ran out of stuff to talk about!, then wk ends and cards till 4 am, lol, but most of all was her Faith, she and Ted gave me a beautiful Dakes Bible when I turned 18, many times we have prayed together, and also lots of laughs, camping , and flowers , oh my goodness Betty and Mom talked about flowers endlessly, trading starts and seeds! Thank you Jesus that I was blessed to have known her! I loved the bond of friendship that she and my mom had .Mom is happy for her now that she is reunited with Ted, and my Dads up there also, I’m sure it’s a big reunion! I loved Betty... mom says she’ll be coming soon too!Betty was her best friend ever and it’s been really hard with Covid not being able to visit her.... God Bless you all
Linda Hooks left a message on September 8, 2020:
In memory of Betty Ann Dahlke, Linda Hooks lit a candle
Sherry Burns Boyd left a message on September 8, 2020:
In memory of Betty Ann Dahlke, Sherry Burns Boyd lit a candle
Sherry Burns Boyd left a message on September 8, 2020:
So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. I never had the honor of meeting her but she sounds like an amazing woman. God continue to bless all of you.
Bayliff & Son Funeral Home, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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