Obituary of Bertha A. Stampfli

Bertha A. Stampfli

Jefferson City News Tribune, Monday 10-27-1969

Mrs. Stampfli dies at age 96

Mrs. Bertha A. Stampfli, 96, of 207 West Cedar Street, died today at Charles E. Still Hospital. Mrs. Stampfli was the daughter of John and Sara Salish Bias. She was married to Hiram Bettick, who died in 1905. She was then married to John Stampfli, who died in 1962. Mrs.Stampfli was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include; one son, Cecil Bittick, Russelville; one daughter, Mrs. Eula Reno, Jefferson City; one sister Francie, Jefferson City; and five grandsons. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, at the Freeman Mortuary Chapel. Rev. Virgil Waters will officiate. Burial will be at Riverview Cemetery.


Jefferson City Post Tribune, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 1969

Stampfli, Mrs. Bertha A., age 86, of 207 W. Cedar, Jefferson City passed away early Monday Morning Oct. 27th at Charles Still Hospital. Mrs. Stampfli will lie in state at the Freeman Mortuary after 2 p.m. Tuesday until the hour of the funeral service which will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday at Freeman's Chapel. Burial will be in the Riverview Cemetery with The Rev. Virgil Waters officiating.
Freeman Mortuary



Parents were Jacob Bias and Sarah Salyers.

Sister: Frances Robinett.

Bertha's birth per death certificate was 12-19-1874.

This is my great-grandaunt.

Frances Robinett is my great-grandmother and Rev. Virgil Waters my great-uncle and Bertha's nephew.

Submitted by: Nina Waters Castillo


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