Betty Adair
Tuesday
4
August

GRAVESIDE SERVICE

11:45 am
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Kingston Cemetery
Main Street
Kingston, New Jersey, United States

Obituary of Betty Jane Adair

Betty Jane Adair, 62, of Bridgewater passed on Thursday, July 30, 2020 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Princeton, NJ she has been a resident of Bridgewater since 1992. Prior to that she lived in South Bound Brook, NJ for 10 years.

Betty Jane was the first female firefighter in Kingston, NJ. She was a lifetime member of the Kingston Fire Company.  Betty Jane worked for many years as the secretary for the Reformed Church of Bound Brook. During which she helped to start a food pantry and soup kitchen that are still operating to this day.  Betty Jane’s main focus in life was to be a helper.  Her home was always open to anyone who was in need.  

Betty Jane and her husband Robin raised three beautiful girls with the same values that she herself embodied.  Her main wish for her own life was to have a loving, warm family.  In this goal she was successful.  She enjoyed camping during the summer with her extended family and friends.  Betty Jane was an accomplished baker who passed on that passion to her daughters.  She also loved to craft and to create.  

Daughter of the late Doris (Settelen) Luck, mother of the late Emily Ruth Adair, she is survived by her husband of 39 years Robin DeWitt Adair,   2 daughters and a son in law Jennifer and Jacob Holton, Shari Anne Adair, her father Norman Luck Sr., Brother Norman Luck, Jr., 2 sisters and their spouses Catherine Wolf and Richard Wolf , Nancy Delgado and Harry Delgado, many nieces and nephews and a granddaughter Emily Anne Holton.

Due to temporary New Jersey regulations the visitation and funeral service will be private. Burial will follow on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 in the Kingston Presbyterian Church Cemetery and all are welcomed to attend at 11:45 am.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Kingston Fire Department or the South Bound Brook food pantry.

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