Beth Anna Lahr
November 9, 1961 - January 28, 2004
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Faith Lutheran Church
601 East Glendale Avenue
Appleton, WI
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601 East Glendale Avenue
Appleton, WI
Tuesday 2/3, 11:00 am
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537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
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Beth Anna Lahr Age 42 Of Appleton, passed away on January 28, 2004 at her home. Beth was born on November 9, 1961 in Merrill, Wisconsin to Kenneth and Elida Woller. Beth was a member of Faith Lutheran Church and worked at Guardian Insurance Company. She loved to play golf and was a devoted mother…

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lynda schmidtke left a message on April 6, 2009:
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Kerry Brown left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Brittany and family, I just wanted to give you my sincerest condolences in the loss of your mother, daughter and sister, she was indeed a wonderful woman. I know the struggle that she must've endured in this last year of her life... I witnessed this also up close and personal as well. My sister passed away from cancer last year on April 20 at the age of 35. Anyone that goes through this long road is tremendously courageous and is extremely strong and their family as well. Beth was a devoted mother, always talking about her daughter. I'll never forget when she moved to claims seeing her characture of her and Brittany up in her office. I always thought about how cute that was and what a great relationship they had. She was also a great teacher. She was my trainer for claims processing and she was awesome!! She was great with her treats, and her ongoing encouragements. That's how I'll always remember Beth, with her vivacious red hair and her shining smile. She was a wonderful woman, and will be dearly missed. Sincerely, Kerry Brown
Tonya Williams left a message on April 6, 2009:
Beth meant a lot to me. She was my Supervisor for my first years at Guardian, and helped me feel like a team player. Because of her I started having fun at work by starting up games at work for the other members of our team. I still do this and it helps the moral, besides making work less boring. If it wasn't for Beth allowing me the opportunity work would be very dull. She supported me when I needed the support and was ready to give up. I'll miss her. She was a happy face when you needed it.
Audrey Busch left a message on April 6, 2009:
I knew Beth only for a few years and only really got to know her closely the last year I worked with her. She was always so funny, even when her day was not going the way it should have been. Sometimes we'd just laugh over the things we griped about! Beth was very passionate about all she did and thats why I think people took to her. Beth was a good person, someone I'm proud to call friend and to have known. She will be missed so much but she will always be in our hearts & prayers.
jamie bedor left a message on April 6, 2009:
Hi I just wanted to share how I knew Beth. She was my trainer back in 1998. She was a good trainer and made the class exciting with her games and stories. And we did get some learning in:) She talked about her daughter quite a bit. She was her pride and joy. When our training was done, we all got our picture taken. To this day, i still have it up from the first day I started.And I will keep it up. She will be greatly missed.
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Vicki Stephani left a message on April 6, 2009:
Beth was my supervisor since she took the position. I remember one of her birthdays, she was telling us how her daughter Brittney woke her up early that morning to wish her a Happy Birthday with a kiss, birthday present,and had made breakfast for her. The love that was in Beth's eyes and face as she told us about her birthday morning with her daughter is something I will never forget. I knew, Brittney's little birthday party for her mom was the best birthday present Beth ever got. I also did mail for the team and the mail came between 3:00 - 3:15 p.m. I would go in and do the mail and you could tell she was on the phone talking to Brittney. The thing I will remember is Beth giving Brittney a household job to do before she got home, telling her she loved her and she would be home soon. Beth was a loving and compassionate person. She was alway there to listen to me even when I went thru some very tough times of my own. I will alway cherish the time I spent with Beth, the talks, the jokes, the teasing. She was a great lady. I will never forget her. Vicki Stephani Medical Claims Processing The Guardian MRO Office Appleton, WI 54915
Jeff Flannigain left a message on April 6, 2009:
To Brittany (and also for the rest of Beth's family); Your mother was someone I respected very much and whom brought me a lot of smiles throughout the years I worked at Guardian. The conversations I had with her will always be remembered, whether they were serious or jovial. I always felt I could talk with her about anything...and I will always regret I didn't talk to her more than I did. It's cold comfort, but your mother did truly affect the way I view certain things in life. And for that, I will always be grateful and will always credit her for that. As long as I have days on this earth, I will always smile when I think about her. My words can never diminish your loss. I can only say this; if one's life is measured in the number of people whom one touches with their warmth, love, and knowledge, then rest assured that your mother touched all of the people in her life with those qualities, and no one who knew her will ever forget her. I know I never will. God bless you and your family. I wish all the best for you and them.
Tom Swigert left a message on April 6, 2009:
The winter months don't allow neighbors to get out & talk often. We were very saddened to hear the news of Beth's passing, but even sadder that we didn't hear it until now...and did not get to offer our condolences to Brittany and the rest of your family. Please know that you have been in our thoughts and prayers for many many months. We live two doors down, and we should have been closer. We are so sorry for your loss. We are also sad to see Brittany & Versacci move away. May God ease your family's pain and give you comfort knowing that Beth is in a better place. We will miss all of you. Tom, Greta, Josh & Ally Swigert 1819 North Superior Street
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
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