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Betty J. Hildebrand

  • On January 4, 2021
  • 3 Comments

Betty J. Hildebrand, age 86, of Upper St. Clair formerly of Plum, passed away peacefully at home with her family on January 3, 2021.

Born on May 15, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Zelma Anderson.

Beloved wife of Ronald A. Hildebrand for 66 years; loving mother of Pamela (Dr. David) Burkey, Paula Lazzaro and Jeffrey (Joni) Hildebrand; cherished “Mim” of Vanessa Silberman, Ryan (Michelle) Morrison, Shannon (Brian) Banaszewski, Lauren Burkey,  Cara (Jason) Hawks, her special A.J., Jeffrey (Brandon Howard) Hildebrand, and Alyssa (Russell) Sterner and 12 great grandchildren; sister of Carolyn (the late Kermit) Combs; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Betty was an avid reader.  She was a proud member of the Ladies Auxiliary at Holiday Park Fire Hall. Her favorite thing was to attend her grandchildren’s sports and events.  She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

All services will be private.

 

 

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Ron Austin
  • Jan 4 2021
Jeff, we are very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Ron & Bev Austin
Deb Stanger
  • Jan 5 2021
Ron, Pam, Paula and Jeff, I am so sorry to hear about your wife/mother. I spent so much time at your house growing up and doing things with your family that she was a mom to me too. I remember visiting you in PA and we went shopping downtown, Pittsburg, the first thing she said when we got home was, “wash your face”. LoL. She was always concerned that we take care of our skin!!! Her smile and laugh was contagious, she always made me feel welcome. Betty will be missed dearly. I am keeping you all in my prayers and I hope each of you find peace and comfort in God’s love. 💕 I love you too. Debbie 💗
Brad Williams
  • Jan 8 2021
Jeff, Dana and I pass along our condolences. We are sorry for your loss, especially at such a difficult time with everything else going on. Brad Williams
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