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Betty Jane Schott

September 1, 1938 - March 8, 2024


Betty Jane (Breazeale) Schott, 85,  of Hamilton, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 8, 2024, while at home surrounded by loving her family.


Born in Trenton, NJ, she was a lifelong area resident, living in Yardville for more than 50 years. 


 Betty worked at Bell Telephone before starting her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother (mom-mom). In her younger years, she enjoyed socializing, nights out, dining with friends, Las Vegas vacations with her late husband, father-in-law, and friends, weekend trips to college football games, and vacating in South Carolina with a close couple. Betty also like Sunday drives, stops for ice cream, local markets, pool time at home, picnics, the Jersey Shore, and casinos. She and her late husband enjoyed country music, dancing, and attending entertainment events, and they participated in a local bowling league.


As a family, Betty enjoyed trips to the Jersey Shore and visits to other family members. Betty enjoyed supporting her grandchildren as they participated in sports and other activities, she was their number one fan. She also enjoyed watching her teams play her favorite sports, baseball, and football on TV. MeTV was also popular with her of late.


Predeceased by her parents, Bronce Lee Breazeale and Gladys (Reed) Breazeale-Woodward; her brother, Bronce Breazeale, and sister, Catherine; great-granddaughter, Kelsey Ann Pierce; and her beloved husband Karl Schott, Sr. (63) years); she is survived by her three children and their spouses, Deborah and James Parsons, Annmarie and Bruce Aldea, and Karl H. and Jennifer Schott, Jr.; her sister Doris; grandchildren, Bruce “Spanky” (Emery) Aldea, Jesci (Jeff) Pierce, Matthew (Emily Rose) Parsons, Jared Parsons, Juliana Rose Schott and Karl Adam Schott; great grandchildren, Austin Pierce, Lorelei Aldea, Temple Aldea, Cameron Aldea, Avery Rose Parsons, and Lila James Parsons, a special niece, Brenda; as well as other family, friends and neighbors.


Funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 10:30 a.m. at the Buklad-Merlino Memorial Home, 2141 South Broad Street, Hamilton.


Burial will follow in Colonial Memorial Park.


Visitation for family and friends will be held Monday evening from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Memorial Home.


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Sorry for your loss sincerely angel


I have never met Betty Jane but all my heart is with the family. All I can say is that your mom is no longer suffering. You will all see your wonderful mom again. And keep her memories in your heart. It does really help.

So very sorry

Cathy Pollack ( Karl's Co worker)


I have known this family for most of my life - about 57 years. I called Betty “Mom”. Now my Moms are together having a good chuckle. My heart is with Annie and her entire family.

Love ❤️ Dawn (Don & Hannah)


I'll away cherish our memories together, Mommom



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