Friday, April 24, 2009

In Remembrance of Beth

Dear Family and Friends.

Mike created this beautiful Remembrance of Beth that I wanted to make sure you were all able to access. It is in PDF format. I will post it here, but will also add it to the right sidebar.

In Remembrance of Beth




  1. Your Remembrance of Beth is beautiful. I am a high school friend of Beth's. Another high school friend learned of Beth's passing and let us know. We are heartbroken. It is obvious that so many loved her and her family. I remember her as happy, always smiling, positive, and a good friend. We were cheerleaders together and graduated together in '79.

    My condolences to Beth's husband and sons, and to her mom, dad and brother. I would love to send a personal note to her parents - if someone doesn't mind sending me that address, you can send it to

    Thinking of Beth - and all of you.

    Kathleen Enos Franzese
    Andover, MA

  2. I was deeply saddened to find out that Beth had passed away. This rememberance that has been put together is very moving and beautiful. I am a high school friend of Beths and when I think of her I remember her infectious laugh and sweet disposition. We used to laugh at everything. Thank you for sharing and reminding me of a friend that I have missed for thirty years. My family and I send our condolences to Beths husband, sons, parents and brother.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Jessica Goodwin Hart
    Princeton, MA

  3. I too am a high school friend of Beth's from Andover and just learned of her passing today. I am deeply saddened. Beth was a beautiful person, always smiling and happy. The last time I was in touch with Beth was five years ago when we were planning our 25th high school reunion. She told me that she couldn't make it but that she'd be in New England, specifically Rangeley Maine over the Christmas break that year. It was funny that she mentioned her parents were in Rangeley because my husband and I have a place 15 miles from there. I never did contact her that winter and I'm sorry I didn't. It would have been great to see her again, her smile and hear her laugh. She was a wonderful person and I am happy to have known her. We will be sure to remember Beth at our 30th reunion this November. My prayers and thoughts go out to her family and friends. I have another friend who lives in Burke who I will be sure to tell about the swim-a-thon. Perhaps she can be there to honor Beth.

    With great sorrow,
    Mary Kate (Marocco) Eisenhaur
    Methuen, MA