Beth Kay (Diener) Wysong
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Beth Kay Wysong (Diener)

Beth Kay Wysong (Diener) age 59, loving wife of Jon Wysong for 35 years. Proud mother of daughter Alexis Wysong and son Jarrad Wysong. Adoring daughter of Harold and Sharron Diener. Dear sister of Laurie Diener and Len Diener. She is also survived by 9 nieces and nephews whom she loved dearly. Beth passed with her family at her side on October 19th, 2020 after a short battle with ovarian cancer. Beth graduated from Oakland University with a BS Mechanical Engineering in 1983, going on to work in the automotive industry. She spent the last 21 years working for Atlas Copco (Henrob) where she cherished the relationships she developed. She loved every moment and memory she made with her family and friends. She also enjoyed traveling whenever she could. Considered a kind and gentle soul to everyone she met, she also had a soft spot for animals. Beth will be missed tremendously by all who knew and loved her. An event will be held at a later date and communicated to all that wish to attend in celebration of her life. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the American Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made to

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Published in Detroit Free Press & The Detroit News from Oct. 21 to Oct. 25, 2020.
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October 22, 2020
Beth was a strong Woman & Leader, I learned a lot working for her in the last 7 years @ Henrob Corp, she had knowledge and skills that helped me grow as a employee and as a person, She loved her family and we loved talking about our fur babies, She will be missed and forever in our hearts, Sending lots of Prayers to her family,
Danielle Fuchs
October 21, 2020
Worked with Beth at GM Logistics. She was a great friend. I handled company cars, and she did a lot of traveling. I let only her drive the car that I tagged to buy because I knew she would be careful with it. Also, I had wild violets growing in my backyard grass. When she visited, she remarked at how beautiful the lawn was. We just laughed. I loved her. Please let me know when you will have a memorial for her. I would love to attend. You can contact me via G Mail. Thank you.
Toni Rodgers
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