Betty (Coleman) Jagerski, 96, of Monaca, passed away peacefully on Feb. 1, 2022 in Good Samaritan
Hospice at Heritage Valley, Beaver.
She was born in Beaver Falls on Nov. 5, 1925, the daughter of the late Robert and Verna (Dille)
Coleman. On July 24, 1954, she married Carl J. Jagerski Sr. at St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church in
Rochester. The couple marked their 65th wedding anniversary in 2019. He passed away on Feb. 8,
2020. With the exception of a few years in Los Angeles in the early 1960s, the couple spent their
entire married lives in Monaca.
Betty was a 1944 graduate of Freedom High School and recently celebrated her 77th class reunion. She
was a consummate caregiver and selflessly cared for many of her relatives over the years. She also was
involved in the community as a Christian Mother at St. John the Baptist Church and as President of the
Ladies Auxiliary to the Beaver County Sportsman Club, overseeing Friday evening fish fries, and Ladies
Auxiliary to the Monaca 4th Ward Fire Department. She also belonged to the Ladies Auxiliary of both the
Beaver County Fireman’s Relief Association and the Monaca American Legion. She loved to bowl and
was a regular member of the Ladies Wednesday Matinee League at Sheffield Lanes in Aliquippa.
She is survived by her son Carl J. Jagerski Jr. (Pamela), Ambridge, daughter Susan Jagerski, Monaca, sister
Sarah Lilley, Beaver Falls, best friend Shirley Golixer and cherished cat BabyBoy. She also was preceded
in death by her siblings Cecil Hupp, Helen Eichholtz, Pauline Bird, Myler Coleman, Charles Coleman and
The family extends its gratitude to the staffs of Good Samaritan Hospice and Cambridge Village.
Friends will be received on Sunday, February 6th from 1-4pm and 6-8pm at Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services, 1119 Washington Avenue, Monaca where prayers will be offered on Monday at 9:30 am followed by a mass of Christian burial at 10 am at Mary, Queen of Saints parish, St John the Baptist Catholic Church, Monaca. Entombment will follow at Sylvania Hills Mausoleum, Rochester.
To share online condolences, view her video tribute, light a memorial candle, get directions and add photos, please visit Bett’s permanent memorial at simpsonfuneralhome.com.