I am sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the words written at (Jeremiah 29:11,12)
Mr beitz,You were a real gentlemem,It was my pleasure to know you. Your cousin Leonard
Mr and Mrs Beitz, the world thanks you for your valuable contributions to humanity. May we look forward to a better world where mankind is united in peace and injustices are things of the past. Psalms 37: 9-11
If only we had more people in the world like Mr. Beitz. May the Lord bless and keep the Beitz family.
From the bottom of my heart; THANK YOU LORD for giving us a great man with a golden heart for mankind. My deepest condolences to HIS whole Family and very dear Friends. May the LORD always watch over you; and bless you abundantly!!!!!! Ruth.
G-d bless your soul Mr. Beitz. My father was a Holocaust survivor. I am personally touched by your acts of bravery, defiance, and decency. Because of your genuine heart and true soul, hundreds of others who would have perished lived. May you always be seated at the table of the righteous ones.
The honor bestowed upon him "Righteous Among the Nations" says it all.
What a beautiful, caring, and righteous man.
What a beautiful life.
What a beautiful example of how to live one's life.
His legacy will live on for many generations to come.
Mr. Beitz was truly a man of God. Peace and blessings to his family;
Thank you Mr. Beitz for saving hundreds of Jewish people. May your memory be eternal.
With my deepest condolences, I have much appreciation for everything I have read that Mr. Beitz had done. Our people were in the concentration camps and were stamped with the purple triangle. Much appreciation for those that put their life on the line to save others. May all family and friends be consoled in prayer to the God of all comfort and may he give you the strength to get through these difficult times.
Mere words cannot express my admiration for you. Your courage, love, and commitment to a vital cause reminds us all that we must fight injustice wherever we find it. RIP, Mr. Beitz.
I never heard of Berthold or his wonderful acts of saving so many lives. Condolences to all
One way express ticket to heaven. What a brave man. Rip
Thank you ~ Rest in peace.
Our admiration for this life full of challenges, a real postwar achiever
and a rolemodell for generations to come
My God bless Mr. Beitz and his family.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
May you find comfort in tthe happy memories of your loved one until you are reunited.
May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this time of sorrow." Those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes." (Psalms 116:15)
Mr. Beitz you led an amazing life. Thanks for saving the people you could save. You had a very big heart. God is waiting on you with open arms. May you now RIP...............
mY SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF bERTHOLD bEITZ.
A great humanitarian, a most special member of the human race, and a true son of Germany. God Bless.
Todd Molesworth said it all. Mr. Beitz should be rewarded in heaven for all his selfless contributions to mankind.
The obituary states about Mr. Beitz being a very successful industrialist and so on and so on. But what matters is what a person does for the soul and mankind and what Berthold Beitz did during the war shows that he had a huge heart. To save hundreds of Jews at great personal risk says more about a man than his personal worth at the end of his life.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.