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Betty J (Sierer) Billenstein

Betty J. (Sierer) Billenstein, 94, passed away March 30, 2017 at Brookdale Assisted Living in Greenville, Ohio. She was born June 29, 1922 in Darke County, Ohio daughter of the late Glen and Esta Pottenger Witters.
  Betty was a lifelong Darke County resident, a homemaker and farmer, she was also a member of Greenville North Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses.
  Survivors include daughter, Rebecca Sierer of Phoenix, AZ; 2 step sons, Gary (Evelyn) Sierer of Greenville, OH, Tom (Judi) Sierer of Titusville, FL; 2 sister-in-laws, Joyce Witters and Nancy Witters; 3 step grandchildren.
  She was preceded by her parents; 1st husband Wilbur Sierer; 2nd husband Arthur Billenstein; 3 brothers, Jesse Witters, Glen Witters, Howard Witters; 2 sisters, Agnes (Witters) Smith, Jean Witters.
  Visitation is 11 AM - 1 PM Monday April 3rd, 2017 at Reichard Funeral Home Inc., 400 W. Deerfield Rd., Union City, IN. Services are 1 PM Monday also at the funeral home with David Monroe officiating. Burial will follow in the Union City Cemetery, Union City, IN.  
  Online condolences may be expressed at www.reichardfh.com

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To the family of Sis. Billenstein, please accept my sincere condolences. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of one of our dear sisters.  I am sure she valued the bible teachings as do I and I know she entertain the thought, (Acts 24:15), that one day soon God's promises will be realized. May these promises give you comfort and hope which is toward God, to help you during this difficult time.

Sis. Lockhart Apr 7 2017 12:00 AM

To the Billenstein Family:  Even though I did not know Betty personally, I am sorry to read about the death of one of my spiritual sisters.  Even though comfort can be taken in knowing the good name she made with Jehovah and the resurrection hope, it is still not easy to deal with the death of a loved one.  May Jehovah serve as source of comfort as noted in the beginning of Isaiah 66:13 when it says, "As a mother comforts her son, So I will keep comforting you."

James Borum Mar 31 2017 12:00 AM