Love and memories last forever...
  • 74 years old
  • Born on January 18, 1945 .
  • Passed away on April 29, 2019 .

Bettie H Stiles, (née Foulkes), of Mullica Hill, NJ, daughter of the late John L Foulkes Jr. and Dorothy E. Foulkes, (née Parke), passed away at home surrounded by family. 

Survived by her son Jim Stiles (Tammie) of Mullica Hill, her grandchildren Alex and Jacob, and her sister Marion Moore (Al Belisle) of Buford GA, also several nieces and nephews.


Bettie was an active member of the Richwood United Methodist Church, President and Founder of The Spicer Girls Lunch Bunch, former School Superintendent Secretary at Harrison Twp Elementary School, and retired from AstraZeneca as a Legal Secretary.  

Bettie enjoyed taking vacations in O.C. NJ with her family, spending time with her grandchildren, playing the piano, meeting with her Lunch Bunch, and her Dog Maggie.


In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following:
Richwood United Methodist Church 
P.O. Box 7
Richwood, NJ 08074
Ronald McDonald House Charities
110 North Carpenter Street
Chicago, IL 60607

A memorial service will be held at the Fellowship Hall of Richwood United Methodist Church, 111 Richwood Rd, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, on Saturday, May 4th, 11:00am with a luncheon to follow.
Internment will be private.

Posted by Kate Sporer on May 8, 2019
I met Betty once at our cancer support group. She was with her lovely friend. I knew and felt Betty’s beauty the minute I met her. She was radiant with a gentle kindness. Betty told us of her love for her grandsons and she didn’t want them saddened when she died, but we know Betty is in a better place and lives in her family’s heart and will always be with her boys.
Posted by Kenneth Starr on May 6, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of such a nice lady. May she start her new life in heaven.....
Posted by Effie Kamenakis on May 6, 2019
My sincerest sympathies to the family. I worked with Betty with contracts and meeting schedules at AstraZeneca. She was a lovely person, always willing to help as needed. I have many fond memories of Betty. May she Rest In Peace and May her memory be eternal.
Posted by Dolores Kiger Daniels on May 5, 2019
Bette was always so sweet and helpful. I will never forget her starting an acolyte choir at Trinity in Mullica Hill. It helped the young to be a part of the worship. Today, many years later, there are two chocolate ceramic Easter eggs with the names of my sons on my table. She made each choir member an egg for Easter. Always thoughtful. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by Richard Houck on May 2, 2019
Bettie started our luncheon group “the Spicer Girls” about 16 years ago’ we got together every month.They were the best of times’ we disguised every thing.Grand children were our favorite subject.Bettie loved and was so proud of Alex and Jake.We all enjoyed our talks and lunch.Bettie and I liked cheese cake’after lunch’Id say want to share dessert she would say yes and we’d enjoy every bite. Bettie was so organized she printed out our schedule’ and some time took pictures.A few weeks ago I brought her a bowl of rice pudding’ she said I couldn’t have asked for anything better.We hugged and I told her’I loved her this is my fondndest memory.She will be so missed by me and the Spicer Girles.Love Gayle and Dick.
Posted by Stewart Duffield on May 2, 2019
Sorry for your loss Jimmy. I will forever associate your mom with Halloween, and, the smell of mimeograph sheets with her, Mrs. Rope, and Mr. Summerill.
Posted by Kathi Turner on May 1, 2019
I first met Bettie biking around our development. Bettie could ride like the wind! As the years passed our friendship developed. Every day Bettie would walk up with Maggie to walk "the circle" with Bandit & me. What was extremely interesting was finding Bandit's reaction to both Bettie & Maggie. Bandit was a rescue & had major fears of people & animals but immediately responded to Bettie! Now as we walk pass Bettie's, Bandit stops, looks, & pulls for a stop & visit! Visits with Bettie always included recipes, shared interests, where to go to get the best "treats", & how to find the best sales! As our talks continued we both discovered there were many parallels in our lives so we played the game, 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon, to continually discover how much we had in common. As we journeyed these past 6 months together, we both expressed our thoughts as to wishing we had started our friendship earlier! But be that as it may, we bonded in a friendship which will continue with remembrance of Bettie with fun & loving memories and with "blue man" @ my side! The warmest thank you to the Stiles family for embracing me in the final leg of Bettie's life. Thoughts, love, & prayers are with you all! Special word to Tammie regards my cell phone being no longer @ my side continually. Gotta use the landline now! Only kept it turned on for Bettie so it will now Rest In Peace in the arms of "blue man!" And Jim will never have to text back, "Who is this?"

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