Elizabeth "Beth" Anne Baxter
June 27, 1933 ~ August 30, 2015
Elizabeth "Beth" Anne Baxter, 82, of Bristol died at 11:54 pm on Sunday,
August 30, in her residence. She was born on June 27, 1933 in Elkhart to
Jack and Elizabeth (Macumber) Evans. On September 8, 1956 in Elkhart she
married William "Bill" Baxter, he survives. Survivors in addition to her
husband are two daughters, Kimberly A. (Brian) Baxter-Miller of Middlebury
and Amy Jo Baxter of Bristol; seven grandchildren, Andrew, Amber, Adam,
Amanda, Arthur, Avery and Adrienne; six great-grandchildren; a sister, Becky
Grewe of Grant, MI; several nieces and nephews and many close cousins.
She was preceded in death by her father, Jack Evans; mother, Elizabeth
Kenney. Beth graduated from Elkhart Central High School and had attended
Indiana University. She had been the President for Transportation
Specialists INC. of Indiana and worked as an executive secretary for C & G
Corporation, Elkhart, Miles Laboratory, Commodore Homes and Morgan
Drive Away. She was a seamstress, artist and enjoyed line dancing with her
husband. She was especially fond of spending time at all of her
grandchildren’s many events. The family will hold a private memorial service.
Burial will be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be given
to Salvation Army.
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So sorry to hear of your loss
I'm sure God is showing her beauty like she has never seen before
From: Kathy Flynn-Watwood
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Kim, So sorry to hear about your mother. Your family is in my thoughts and
From: Candi Troyer
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Dear Bill and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Beth's passing and are thinking of you at this time.
Remembering so many good memories of both of you.
Sincerely, Kent and Susan Miller
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Dear Bill, Kim & Amy, so very sorry to learn our special friend died. We have
fond memories of good times together. We pray that you will be comforted
by your memories & the knowledge that Beth's soul rests with our God. Love
From: Marilyn & Paul Miles
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Dearest Bill, Kim and Amy;
We are both deeply saddened about your loss! Mom was more than a friend,
as are all of you. Many memories for me as I felt that I was at times a family
member. You all treated both of us as such. Please remember she is not lost
and will always be with you! Talk to her every day and in many ways little
things will remind you. Please let us know if we can do anything for you.
From: Martin & Patsy McCrindle