Betty C. Wolf, age 95, of Lancaster, Ohio, passed away October 2, 2022, at Arbors at Carroll, Carroll, Ohio. Betty was widowed after 66 years of marriage to Charles Wesley (Wes) Wolf.
Betty was born January 8, 1927, in Athens, Ohio to Rev. W. Carroll Chesser and Nellie (Nelle) Bumgarner Chesser. She graduated from Union Furnace High School; member of the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church; and former member of the First United Methodist Church in Nelsonville, Ohio.
Betty was very involved in the church throughout her life. She enjoyed being a Sunday School teacher, cooking for the church, and participating on church committees. She was selfless in her giving to others. She was an avid baker and would make cookies and candy for everyone in the neighborhood. She was also a passionate Ohio State Buckeye fan. After she lost her eyesight, she still enjoyed the games by listening to every basketball and football game on the radio, even on her last day she was able to listen to some of the OSU/Rutgers game.
Betty was most proud of her family. Surviving are her son Jerry Wolf of Lancaster; granddaughter Betty (Tom) Sigmund of Powell; great-grandchildren Heather (Rob) Chenault of Hilliard, David (Jessica) Sigmund of Port St. Lucie, FL; great-great grandchildren Charli Chenault, Robby Chenault; great-great grandchildren Maddox, Beckett, and Ashton Sigmund; sister Marna Burwell of Centerburg; and special friends Sandy Covert, Reva Lori, and Mike Alley.
Betty was preceded in death by her parents; husband Charles Wes Wolf; brothers Lloyd, Millard, Larry, and Glenn Chesser; sister Donna Cunningham; grandson Jerry Wolf II.
Funeral services were held at 1:30pm Sunday, October 9, 2022, at the Warren-Brown Funeral Home, Nelsonville, Ohio with Anthony (Tony) Hudson officiating. Burial was in Asbury Cemetery, Nelsonville, Ohio.
Calling hours were observed from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Sunday October 9, 2022, at the funeral home, with the funeral services immediately following.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made in Betty’s memory to the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church.