Hillside Funeral Home West

2929 West 13Th Street North, Wichita, KS


Betty Louise Siler

May 5, 1931October 29, 2019

Betty Louise Siler, 88, went to Heaven October 29, 2019. Betty held many jobs over her lifetime. She worked for Bemis Bag Co., Beechcraft, and spent most of her working years as a manager of Goddard Mobile Manor and Lifestyle Mobile Home Park. She was a spunky lady who loved flower gardening, arranging flowers, enjoyed spending time with her family and her pet, Baby, and was an awesome cook. She also loved camping, dancing, and her favorite color was yellow. Above all else, she was a loving wife, mother, sister, and grandmother who will be dearly missed by all those who knew her.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Daisy McCain and infant daughters, Susan and Laurie Jones. She is survived by her husband of 20 years, Warren Siler; daughters, Pat (Eli) Schrock, Becky (Les) Berry, Sandra (Patricia) Simerly, Roberta Jones; son, David Chroup; step-children, James (Susan) Siler, Judy (Jeff) Wilson, Gary Siler; sister, Barbara Miller; 9 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren.

Betty's visitation will be held from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, November 3, 2019, and funeral service at 1 p.m. Monday, November 4, 2019, both at Hillside Funeral Home West, 2929 W. 13th St. N. Wichita, Kansas 67203.


  • Warren Siler, Husband of 20 Years
  • Pat Schrock, Daughter
  • Eli Schrock, Son-In-Law
  • David Chroup, Son
  • Becky Berry, Daughter
  • Les Berry, Son-In-Law
  • Sandra Simerly, Daughter
  • Patricia Simerly, Partner-In-Law
  • Roberta Jones, Daughter
  • Barbara Miller, Sister
  • James (Susan) Siler, Step-Son
  • Judy (Jeff) Wilson, Step-Daughter
  • Gary Siler, Step-Son
  • Betty is also survived by 9 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great grandchildren to cherish her memory.

    She is preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Daisy McCain, and infant daughters, Susan and Laurie.

  • David Croup
  • Les Berry
  • Brent Garrison
  • Scott Schrock
  • Taylor Bradley
  • Jason Ward


  • Visitaiton Sunday, November 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 4, 2019


Betty Louise Siler

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Lily Knighten

November 3, 2019

I remember one summer when I was with grandma Becky we went to the care home and got her out of there. I remember how happy she was to leave and go back home and see her dog "Buddy ". I help them move all the stuff in to the house and I told her that I would be back next summer and come see her. I love you great grandma Betty! 💛💛

Rachel Lowery

November 3, 2019

I can remember like it was yesterday, getting off the school bus and straight to Grandma and Grandpas I would go! Mom would tell me to come home first so she wouldn't worry but I never did. I would run as fast as I could to Grandmas! Her and Grandpa would always be waiting for me and greet me with big smile, a hug, and of course candy! Grandma always made sure us grand-kids had snacks and candy! And that wonderful fudge that nobody can make like grandma did! During the summer months Jennifer and I loved to catch frogs and bugs... Grandma would find something in her cabinets for us to keep the critters we found. Millions of memories rushing through my head, I could go on for hours about all the happy times. I love you Grandma and you will forever live on in my heart with all those memories! Until we meet again, I know your dancing with the angels <3

becky berry

November 1, 2019

mama..... what can I say I cant believe you are gone there will never be a day that will pass that I wont think of you and miss you... you were the glue that held our family together I will always carry you in my heart and never forget all our memories we had in our family till we meet again mama.... I love you

Debra Langstaff

October 31, 2019

Aunt Betty, although always busy, seemed to always take time to listen and share. She used to share with me stories about her and my mother’s childhood. She loved her family deeply and her passing leaves a hole in my heart.
I remember many Saturday night game nights with Aunt Betty and my parents. My cousins and I enjoyed playing until it was time for them to leave. This and the many holidays, camping trips and birthdays spent together are what I came to understand as family. Thank you Aunt Betty for your love, insights and understanding.

Kim Ford

October 31, 2019

I remember aunt Betty and uncle Ben coming to the lake when I was a kid to see great grandma and grandpa. And Grandma and Grandpa Miller. I miss those days.