Betty Lou Meredith

August 15, 1933 - January 4, 2020

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Betty Lou Meredith, of West Chester, Ohio, passed away at the age of 86 on January 4, 2020. She is survived by her loving husband, Roy Meredith of 60 years, her twin sister Martha Ann Parlantieri, her two children Linda Crow and Warren Meredith and her two grandchildren Natalie Meredith and Sophie Meredith. She also leaves behind her beloved son and daughter in-laws, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was a loving devoted spouse, mother and grandmother and was a very dear and wonderful friend to many lifelong and new friends. She will be remembered for her beautiful blue eyes, her Southern style and sayings, always wearing her favorite jewelry, and as a person who made strangers and new friends always feel welcome. She and Roy never met a stranger and were blessed with countless dear and close friends. She will be remembered for always making an impression on people that few can ever forget.
A small service for family and invited guests will be held on Friday January 10 at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in West Chester, Ohio. In lieu of flowers the family is asking that Tribute Gifts be made to the Alzheimer's Association. Condolences can be made at


Steve & Becky Klunk - Jan 8, 2020
Our deepest sympathies go out to Roy, Linda, Warren and all of Betty Lou’s extended family as you mourn her passing.
Barry and Joyce Crow - Jan 7, 2020
We will never forget the first time we met Betty. She said "My name is Betty Lou Meredith and I was born in a hurricane!". She was a gracious lady with a lively spirit. Our deepest sympathy as you mourn her loss. May all your wonderful memories of Betty sustain you in the days and weeks ahead.
Melanie Bounds - Jan 7, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with Linda and the entire warm and loving Meredith family! I have such fond memories with your mom! She was always smiling and laughing and wanted everyone to join in the fun! Peace be with you all! Love, Melanie Taylor Bounds
Lisa Moore - Jan 7, 2020
Sorry for your loss, she was a very sweet lady.