Beth Webster Obituary, Death – Webster, who had a radiant smile and a kind heart, died peacefully into the arms of Jesus Christ. Her age was given as 37. For five years, Beth chose faith over fear as she fought Leiomyosarcoma. Beth’s kindness, beauty, and real love left an indelible mark on the lives of many. Those who knew Beth or heard about her have been incredibly generous to her family. Those priceless items are only previews of the heaven she now inhabits.
Her husband Jonathan Cary Webster, their daughter Cadence Grace, her parents John and Diane (Stage) Eichelberger, her sisters Chaylee (Nicholas) Liberator and Sara (Robert) Edwards, and a large extended family and group of friends all mourn her passing. Beth attended Ohio’s Southeastern High and later earned a degree from Shawnee State University. Recently, Beth worked for New Richmond Schools as a special education teacher.
Beth had a significant impact on both her students and her colleagues. Her happy attitude was infectious. She is extremely grateful to her coworkers, SSU soccer teammates, and others for their unwavering support. On Saturday, September 10th, from 2 PM to 5 PM, friends and family are invited to pay their respects at the Chambers and Grubbs Funeral Home, 11382 Madison Pike, Independence, KY 41051. On Sunday, September 11th, at 2PM, funeral services will be place at the 1st Presbyterian Church in Ft.
Thomas. The 1st Presbyterian Church in South Charleston, Ohio will have a memorial ceremony at a later time and day. Please send memorial contributions in lieu of flowers to either the Robin’s Nest (128 Creekstone Ct., Cold Spring, KY 41076) or the Beth Webster Leading Lion Scholarship (2117 Laurel Lindale Rd., New Richmond, OH 45157), made out to the Monroe Elementary PTO. Please visit www.chambersandgrubbs.com for further information, to watch a video tribute to the deceased, or to send an online condolence.