Betty L. Mann, a retired boarding house operator, died Friday in East Side Nursing Home in Warsaw after a long illness. She was 70.
Born in Whitesville, the former Betty White married James Mann Sr. in 1951. She operated Betty Mann's Boarding Home on Watrous Street for about 10 years before retiring in 1991.
Survivors include six daughters, Deborah Burke, Kimberly Wetmore and Norma Webster, all of Perry, Mary "Lynn" Hilligus and Pam Little, both of Dansville, and Barb Snyder of Mount Morris; three sons, John of Perry, James Jr. of Mount Morris, and Duane "Skeeter" of Dansville; a stepson, DeForrest Dale of Dansville; two brothers, George White of Creole, Ala., and Michael Joseph White of New York; a stepbrother, Joseph DeLellis of Pennsylvania; a stepsister, Sandra DeLellis of Pennsylvania; 35 grandchildren; and 35 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, 98 North Main St.
Burial will be in Mount Morris Cemetery.