Betty Crile Reid Wunderlich


Betty Crile Reid Wunderlich, 88 of Washington formerly of Christy Road died Thursday-July 6, 2017 at the Donnell House after a brief illness.  Mrs. Wunderlich was born June 4, 1929 in Washington the daughter of the late Vaughn L. & Gladys M. Cain Crile.  She was a graduate of Trinity High School and was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Earlier in her life Mrs. Wunderlich was employed by York Realty as a Realtor.   She was a very talented artist and craftsman.   She enjoyed gardening, framing, all types of stone work, all aspects of painting and was also a talented photographer.  She was a member of the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society, the McMurray Art League, was a member of a book club in Washington and also participated in the Art & Garden Club at the Lemoyne House for many years.   

Mrs. Wunderlich had been formerly married to Paul Robert Johnston & Marshall Reid whom are both deceased. 

Surviving is her present husband; Frank Elmer Wunderlich of Washington. Also surviving is a daughter; Joyce Elaine (Linus) Mayernik of Washington, 2 children of Frank Elmer Wunderlich from a previous marriage; Karen (Mike) McGroarty of Bethel Park & Robert (Judy) Wunderlich of Florida, a brother; Vaughn (Sandy) Crile of Florida, 5 grandchildren; Chelsea Johnston of Washington, Lauren Fischer (Trevor) Nissley of Pittsburgh, Collin Fischer, Adam Johnston & Alexa Simmons, 2 son in laws; Kenneth Fischer of Eighty Four & Delmer Simmons of Canonsburg, a daughter in law; Cheryl Johnston of Washington, 2 nieces; Karen Crile of Washington & Kathy Gallagher of McMurray, 2 nephews; Danny Crile of Washington & Brian Crile of Washington. 

Mrs. Wunderlich was preceded in death by a son; Vaughn Robert Johnston, 2 daughters; Dawn Ellen Fischer, Denise Anne Johnston Simmons and a grandson; Ryan Robert Johnston. 

All funeral arrangements are private and under the direction the Warco-Falvo Funeral Home, Inc., Wilson at E. Katherine Avenues, Washington, S. Timothy Warco, supervisor/director, Susan Falvo Warco, director, S. Timothy Warco II, director.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Washington Area Humane Society, P.O. Box 66 Eighty-Four Pa. 15330.  Online condolences may be expressed at