blizabeth EBetty) Miller Sadler a longtime resident of Flourtown, passed away peacefully on Sept. 4, 2012, at Fort Washington bstates. Born June 3, 1922, in brdenheim, she was the beloved wife of Daniel Sadler Jr., deceased.
She will be greatly missed by her son, Daniel Sadler III; daughters bllen Sadler and blisabeth Sadler Phipps; sonin-law Robert Phipps; stepdaughter Shelly and husband Jerry Stehman; step-grandchildren Briar and Jacy; and many nieces and nephews.
The daughter of the late Avis Buckman Miller and Daniel veakel Miller, Betty lived in brdenheim until her marriage. She graduated from Springside School, Chestnut Hill, in 1940 and Pierce Business School in 1942.
After graduation from Pierce, she worked at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Wyndmoor, until her marriage, when she became a homemaker.
She was a lifetime member of St. Thomas’ bpiscopal Church, Whitemarsh, where she was active on many church committees and recently contributed to a book on the history of the church. She participated in many local organizations including Whitemarsh Valley Fair Housing, Plymouth Meeting Questers, the Ambler branch of the Needlework Guild of America, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts. Betty volunteered as a docent at the Fort Washington Historical Society for several years and was also a lifetime member of the Descendants of the Schwenkfeldian bxiles.
After her husband’s retirement, they explored the United States, Canada and Mexico in their travel trailer, renewing friendships along the way. She loved local history and researched the genealogy of the family.
Services were held Sept. 7 at St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh, where she was lovingly remembered by friends and family. Remembrances may be donated to Fort Washington bstates, AWWQ. BuVLQHVV 2IfiFH, 735 Susquehanna Road, Fort Washington PA 19034 or to St. Thomas’ Whitemarsh, P.O. Box 247, Fort Washington PA19034-0247.