Beth Anne Miner

Born: 08/20/1960 Passed:

Beth Anne Miner

Beth Anne Miner (Nee Lyons) 56, passed away June 27, 2017. She accepted life as it was, took challenges in stride, but lost her battle from brain cancer. She faced this final call with dignity and no complaints. She was a graduate of North High School.

Preceded in death by her parents Ernie and Hilda Lyons, her former husband, David Schutte, and sister-in-law, Deborah Lyons.

Survived by her husband Art, son Dustin (Ashlee) Schutte, daughters Dana Schutte, Sharee Lyons, and Alicia Miner, grandchildren Shareena, Matthew, Marquise, Makayla, and Ni’lah, brother David Lyons, sister Debbi DiCeglio, mother-in-law Carolyn Huff, several nieces and nephews, and best friend Gerri Hills who’s love and support has helped us through this difficult time.

There will be a memorial celebration at a later date. Check facebook for listing. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

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3 Tributes to Beth Anne Miner

  1. Debbie Popa Szabo says:

    I remember Beth as a fun loving little girl with curly hair who lived down the street from me. When her sister and I were playing of course she wanted to join in.
    I am so sorry for your loss and you have my deepest sympathy during this most difficult time. God bless prayers are with Beths family.
    Sincerely,
    Debbie (Popa) Szabo

  2. Susan A. Kitska says:

    Dear Debbie,
    We are so sorry for your loss. They are empty words perhaps, but you know we are like family. Your loss is our loss. We will keep you and your sister’s family in our heart and prayers. Please call on us for whatever you may need.

    God bless you all.

    Sincerely,
    Cecilia and Sue, friends of Debbie DiCeglio

  3. Roslyn Woodall says:

    Woke up this morning smh to see my girl I remember me and Beth had got suspended for one day from drinking beer at lunch time at Jennings but we had to be back in tine for track wow so many fun memories I can see her now throwing the shot put ball so far and jumping over them polls with that long stick I think it was called the high jump over the Pharrell bars than her zooming doing the hurdles and the 440 dash were she would be the last to get the stick and take it to the finish line and to the family you raised a beautiful girl that had the brightest smile and to the children stay strong because family your mom and daughter was amazing and Beth you will always be remembered from your schoolmate stay as crazy as you are see you soon love yo lo!

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