Obituary of Betty Remley
Betty Jane Remley, age 93 of Pikes Creek, passed away May 25th 2018 at the Timber Ridge Healthcare Facility in Wilkes Barre.
She was born January 27th, 1925 in Pikes Creek and was the eldest child of the late William H. Naugle Sr. and Mildred Sayre Naugle. She attended Lehman Schools at Pikes Creek and Lake Silkworth, graduating from Lehman Sr. High School. She attended Penn State University at Hazleton, majoring in music. She worked on the family farm at home, at the Edison-Westinghouse Lamp Factory in New Jersey, various local dress factories, and later for Fernwood Manor Personal Care Facility in Sweet Valley. Her favorite role was being mother and home maker to her family. She was a faithful member of the Maple Grove UM Church and the Orpheus Choral Society. Betty enjoyed playing both piano and organ at Maple Grove United Methodist Church for many years, family vacations to the New Jersey beaches, other Church events, and social times with many friends of the family. She will be remembered for her support and generosity to family and friends, her love of music and her home baked desserts.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Albert Edward Agnew, her second husband Carl H. Remley Sr.; sons, Albert Eric Agnew and Douglas J. Agnew; daughter, Carol J. Remley Davis, brothers: Gerald Naugle Sr., Lloyd Naugle Sr., Louis Naugle and William Naugle Jr.
She is survived by her sons: Carl H Remley Jr. and his wife Petrina of Alton, NH; sons: Jay E. Remley and his wife Debra of Cupertino, CA, Robert L Agnew of Pikes Creek, at home, David Remley and his wife, Nancy of Wyoming; daughters; Anne Remley Brumbach and her husband Herbert of Foley, AL; Denise Remley Moyer and her husband Thomas of Lititz, sisters; Doris Gordon, Benton, and Alice Kuczawa of Hegins, Daughters In Law; Mary Ann Remley of St. Petersburg, FL, Alecia Agnew of Nantickoke and Tracy Agnew of Harveys Lake, Gwendolyn Moss of Lehman, many Nieces and Nephews, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren.
The funeral service will be held Tuesday at 12:00 noon at Maple Grove United Methodist Church with Rev. James Pall officiating. A time of visitation will be at he church from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon prior to the service. Internment will be in the Maple Grove Cemetery, Pikes Creek.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Maple Grove United Methodist Church, 5876 Main Road, Hunlock reek, PA 18621.