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Betty L Ebbler

May 23, 1936 ~ June 26, 2021 (age 85)


Betty Louise Ebbler went to be with The Lord at 7:05 pm June 26, 2021.


She was born on May 23rd, 1936, in Jersey County to Lillie and Benton Mundy.  Betty married the late Gilbert “Gib” Turner on June 18th, 1955.  They were married 25 years together until his passing in 1984.


Early on, Betty was a stay-at-home mother of three daughters.  She worked at The Shoe Factory in Jerseyville, and later went on to work at Sinclair Foods in the bakery.  She then started her own business, Delicious Cakes by Betty.  


On June 28, 1986, Betty married James “Jim” Ebbler. Together they started the business of Illinois Wholesale Furniture in Alton, Illinois. They were married 25 years until his passing in 2011.


Betty was preceded in death by her spouses Gilbert Turner and James Ebbler, parents, Lillie and Benton Mundy, her sister, Margaret Cochran, and her grandson, Jeremy Abbott.


Surviving are three children and their spouses, Ronda and Terry Abbott of Kane, Penny and Gary Hoffman of Jerseyville, and Dena and Jim Kish of Jerseyville, two grandchildren, Kelsie McCoy of Jerseyville and Kyle Hoffman of Kane, four great grandchildren, William Abbott, Reagan, Griffin, and Henry McCoy, and two sisters, Lu Wehrman of Kentucky and Becky VanAusdoll of Jerseyville.  


She was a faithful member of First Assembly of God in Jerseyville for 33 years.  Betty was a role model mother who was always thinking of others! She was a woman of grace and class and will be missed by all that loved her.


Visitation will be held on June 30, 2021 from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Jerseyville First Assembly of God. Funeral will be held on July 1, 2021 at 10:00 am at Jerseyville First Assembly of God. Pastor Adam Smith will be officiating and burial will take place at Kane Cemetery.


In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Senior Events at First Assembly of God Church in Jerseyville.


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