Chris Brill wrote on May 24, 2023
Betty was an integral part of forming the Friends of St. Thomas. This organization's mission is to restore and maintain the St. Thomas Catholic church in Poygan Wisconsin. Betty was a leader in helping to make decisions, raise funds and assisting with getting Masses at St. Thomas organized. Even though Betty was a second cousin, I came to know her through the Friends of St. Thomas and then further through family reunion planning. God bless Betty in her eternal life.
Patti Hutchinson Duerkop wrote on May 24, 2023
Sincere condolences to Doug, Debbie and Dan.. your Mom was a lovely lady who always had a smile and a kind word for all she met.. I loved working for Darrel and have fond memories of you all.. Hugs!
Julie (Dublin) Jaszczenski wrote on May 23, 2023
Sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Sending prayers for a peaceful heart.
William Fleming wrote on May 23, 2023
I became aware of who the Dyer Family was in the late 1960's, early 1970's as a member of St Paul's Catholic Parish in New Lisbon. The initial introduction happened on one Sunday morning in particular when one of the Dyer Children, identity withstanding, dropped or tossed their Seasonal Sunday Missle over the railing of the choir loft and it landed in about the 2nd or 3rd Pew from the rear entrance, on the St Joseph side of the congregation. Frank Zabrockus and his family typically seated themselves in that area and the sound it made was definitely newsprint paperback on hardwood, or tile but not the sound of the same striking a veteran parishioner. Theresa Kallis and I joked about it soon after in school and that's when I learned the Family's name. Joan Jadoul informed us that " They own the Rexall Pharmacy below Dr. Kock's office. Daryll had this series of driving advertisements informing motorists arriving in New Lisbon from the east along Hwy 12&16 about the Pharmacy and the services it offered.Those plaquards were there for decades. I will always recall Betty as being planned, efficient, functional in detail and, friendly. She was curtious, intelligent and accomplished, but without airs. Betty made those around her successful by promoting the Law of Diminished Returns coupled to the simple principal of investing in one's self. Betty showed us how to have happiness with humility and providence without greed. I was especially fortunate to know her children as accomplices and peers and to know Betty herself as a friend. In the end, Betty used her life learned skills as a sibling, teacher, mother, Aunt and a Christian to example patience, perseverance and faith in our Creator and in one's self to the rest of us. Thank you friend. Goodbye.