In Loving Memory
Betty Lee Yost Cohill Trittipoe
She was a secretary for the FBI in Washington, D.C. and administrative secretary for 26 years at Washington County Board of Education, Hancock High School in Hancock, until she retired in 1982.
Betty devoted her free time to membership in many organizations, Washington County Retired Educational Personnel Association, Alderton-Dawson American Legion Auxiliary Unit #60, Risinger-Stotler VFW Auxiliary Post 4019, and Women of the Moose Chapter #1311, NARF, Master Gardeners of Morgan County, Cacapon Resort State Park Foundation, Hancock Historical Society, Foxglove Garden Club, 11th Airborne Division Association and many others.
Betty will be forever remembered by her daughter, Felicia Hovermale and husband, Terry; her son, Felippe Cohill, Jr.; her sister Luella Y. Andrews; grandsons, Gale E. Hovermale, Jr. and wife Lisa; Chester Hovermale; step-grandsons, Levi Hovermale and wife Tiffney; Jay McCarty and wife, Nicki.; great-grandchildren, Abi Hovermale, Sierra Hovermale, Tracer Hovermale and Jaedah Hovermale; step-great-grandchildren, Gunner Hovermale, Michael McCarty and Kelsey McCarty and their families, along with many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Betty was preceded in death by her husbands, Felippe B. Cohill, Sr. and Howard R. “Trix” Trittipoe; her brothers, Warren C. Yost, Dwight A. Yost, Bernard D. Yost, Leonard F. Yost and half-brothers, Gather Yost, Paul A. Yost, Edward Virgil Yost, Alfred M. Yost, Francis “Frank” Yost and her half-sisters Ester Yost, Mary Alice Martin and Ama Catlett.
Mass of Christian Burial was offered on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 16 E High Street, Hancock, MD, with the Rev. Fr. John L. Lombardi as celebrant. Burial will be private.