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Beth L. Panitz Obituary
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December 08, 2016

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July 14, 2016
Over a year has passed since her death, but I know she'll forever be watching us from heaven. Thank you for being my former teacher, Ms (Beth) Panitz. You helped me when I was going through some hard times. May god bless you, and your entire family, as well as other people who were affected by her death❤.
June 6, 2015
Not a day goes by where I don't think about you mom. I'm so lucky to have had you at the center of my life for as long as I did. Until we meet again...
May 10, 2015
My sincere condolences to the Panitz family. Beth was a sweet, caring lady and a good mother. She will be missed. I'll think of her when I see "the flowers falling from the trees". Blair Shelton
May 9, 2015
My heart is sad and my tears are flowing today as I remember the beautiful person,sister,and mentor that Beth was to me as I was growing up. When I think of Beth I am reminded of of a soft spoken woman with a big smile who always seemed so optimistic and full of joy no matter what life brought her way. I remember her devotion and passionate love of Krishna, her belief in nonviolence, her faith in vegetarianism, her love of art. I remember her beauty as a teenager and how I wanted to be like her in so many ways. To this day I am a vegetarian because of Beth. I remember her rebellious,live life by your own rules attitude and how she stood for what she believed despite others who thought differently. I will always remember the love and kindness she showed our mother, especially in her last few years when she was suffering from dementia. Beth and Tony were a great source of comfort and support, with cards,gifts and phone calls up until the very end when they sent mom a beautiful bouquet of red roses just a few days before she died. I think about you often,Tony and hope you have an easier time accepting loss than I have had these past few months. I think about how inseparable you and Beth were for so many many years. When I think of Beth I think of her sons and grandsons,who seem to have developed into loving men that express gratitude for the wonderful mother they were given and I know they will carry on her memory in the eyes of their own beautiful children. Beth will always live in my heart as the free thinking,be kind to others,live a life of purpose, beautiful woman that she was, never superficial,always soft spoken,full of hope and happiness. If only we could all find such purpose, be so selfless and live a live based less on materialism and more on giving of ourselves in this very superficial world we live in, I think we can all pay tribute to Beth's true spirit.
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