April 7, 1939 ~ December 1, 2021

Born in: Vincennes, Indiana
Resided in: Vincennes, Indiana

Betty Lou Pahmeier, 82, passed away on December 1, 2021 at Willow Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation in Vincennes, Indiana. Betty was born on April 7, 1939 to the late William and Ada (Murphy) Deisher in Vincennes.

She was a 1957 graduate of Lincoln High School. After high school, Betty married the love of her life Glenn Pahmeier and they spent sixty-four years together happily married. Together they had three children, Glenda, Gayle and Grant. Betty was a member of Community United Methodist Church in Vincennes, Indiana. In her spare time, she enjoyed sewing and planting her flowers all over the yard. She especially enjoyed laying out in the sun and enjoying her time outside. Most of all, she loved to spend time with her family.

Surviving Betty is her husband Glenn, her children; Glenda Moeller (Jim) of Monroe City, Indiana, Gayle Pahmeier of Jasper, Indiana, Grant Pahmeier (Maria) of Washington, Indiana, granddaughters; Jessica Moeller, Ashley McDaniel (Chris), Giselle (Emma) Pahmeier, and several nieces and nephews.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, brother Carl Deisher and her sister Billie Jean Hatton.

There will be no public services for Betty. The family requests donations be made to the Community United Methodist Church Prayer Garden 1548 S Hart Street Rd., Vincennes, Indiana 47591 and the Alzheimer’s Association 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

Online condolences may be shared with Bettys family at Goodwin – Sievers Funeral Home is honored to be entrusted with the care of Betty and her family.

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  1. The Millers send their sympathies to Glenn & family. Farewell to my ‘57 classmate. Betty was always happy & pleasant and her smile will be missed.

  2. Glenda,
    I’m so very sorry to learn of the passing of your mother. I know this pain is all consuming, and there is no greater loss than the loss of our mothers. Please know that I’m thinking of you and keeping you and your family in my prayers.

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