Elizabeth D. “Betty” Wile
RANDOLPH — Elizabeth D. “Betty” Wile, 84, of Atwood Hill Road, Randolph, entered the Lords Arms on Wednesday (Nov. 18, 2020) at the home of her daughter, Susan (Dan) Jackson, after an extended illness.
Betty was born Oct. 26, 1936, in Pittsburgh, Pa., the daughter of the late El-ton W. and Alta J. (Durbin) Oldro. She attended Randolph Central School and was a home maker. Betty earlier on had worked vari-ous jobs at the Sheridan Inn in Lexington, Mass, Raython Manufacturing and Clevite Manufacturing, both in Waltham, Mass.
She was a communicant of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Randolph and a member of the Altar & Rosary Society. Betty for many years hosted the La-dies Home Bureau, she was a member of the Randolph American Legion Unit 181 and Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 6533 Ladies Auxiliary.
Betty will be remembered as a loving and dedicated wife, mother, grand-mother and great-grand-mother. She was an avid reader, enjoyed sewing, do-ing crafts and gardening.
She is survived by two daughters: Laurel (Scott) Lampson and Susan (Dan) Jackson, both of Randolph; four sons: Michael (Sigred) Wile of Bear Lake, Pa., Richard (Luisa) Wile of Florida, Mark (Mary) Wile of Littleton, Mass., and James “Jim” (Susan) Wile of Falconer, 24 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; and a son-in-law, Jerome Green of Kennedy.
She was preceded in death by her husband Donald C. Wile, whom she married on Nov. 23, 1953 in the St. Charles Church in Waltham, Mass, and who preceded her on Oct 25, 1995; a daughter, Denise Marie Green in 2009; si-blings: Henry Aldro, Jane Bowley, Elton Robert Ol-dro, Laura Aucoin, Mary Authier, Helen Matson and Ida Waite; great-grand- daughter, Jordyn McKoy in 2006.
As per Betty’s wishes, visitation will not be ob-served. A private service for her family will be held on Monday (November 23, 2020) in the Van Rensse-laer & Son Funeral Home, 14 Church Street, Ran-dolph. The Rev. Joseph Janaczek will officiate. Burial/Inurnment will n be in the Randolph Cemetery.
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Memorials if desired may be sent to the Randolph Free Library or to the Chautauqua County Blind Association.