Beth Norman

Born: 07/18/1961 Passed:

Beth Norman, 60, of Newcomerstown, peacefully passed away on Wednesday October 6th, 2021 at Marymount Hospital, after a long and hard fought battle with cancer.

Beth was born on July 18th, 1961 in Coshocton, Ohio. Her parents, Beverly and Walter Brenneman, raised her in Coshocton and Newcomerstown where she eventually graduated from Newcomerstown High School in 1979 as a four-year letterman. In 1980, she married Dale Norman in Newcomerstown. Beth and Dale went on to have one son, Ryan, in 1995.

Beth worked for many places over her years including Riverside Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and Janesville Acoustics. In her spare time, she enjoyed watching and rooting for all the Cleveland and Ohio State sports teams, as well as spending time with her husband, son, and daughter-in-law in the garage or at the racetrack.

Beth was known as being one of the most giving people in the world, taking care of many family members while being the best wife, mother, and friend that her husband and son could have ever asked for. She welcomed her daughter-in-law into the family with open arms and loved her just like she was her own daughter; their time spent together was very special. Beth always put others before herself and thoroughly enjoyed being a caretaker as well as a friend.

Beth was predeceased by her mother, Beverly Brenneman; her sister, Brenda McCall; and her brothers, Danny Brenneman and Keith Casteel. She is survived by her father, Walter Brenneman; her brothers, Sean (Jovan) Brenneman and Kevin Casteel; her husband, Dale Norman; her son, Ryan (Morgan) Norman; as well as a long list of nieces and nephews.

At Beth’s request, there will be no funeral or memorial service. Beth would just want everyone to remember all the good times, live life to the fullest, and not take one day for granted.

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5 Tributes to Beth Norman

  1. Verena Garber says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Beth was a very good friend of mine. She will be missed.

  2. Mandy Hogue Gardinsky says:

    Such a light and will be greatly be missed,!

  3. Sean Brenneman says:

    When I was a young boy, Beth would take me to school in the morning in her blue firebird car. (SUPER NICE). One morning, when she was taking me to school I thought I shut the car door.. but when we got to Baker`s parking lot, Beth took one fast turn just squealing the tires then the car door opened and I fell out!! Boy them doors were very heavy.. So many memories of me and Beth hanging out together. Will miss her dearly..

  4. Mark Miller says:

    My thoughts and sympathy to Dale , Ryan and Morgan.

  5. Michelle Fyock says:

    When I think of Beth, I think of love. Her sister, Brenda, would tell me how much Beth loved Ryan, and all of her nieces and nephews. She took care of her mom and dad until her mom passed, and Walter moved away. I can imagine the reunion going on in Heaven! I am so sorry for your loss Ryan.

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