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Elizabeth Anne Wagner-Howe
September 10, 1955 ~ January 7, 2024 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Elizabeth Anne Wagner-Howe danced into heaven on January 7, 2024 in Bristol Indiana. Beth was born on September 10, 1955 in Detroit, MI. The youngest of 3 sets of twins to Stanley and Lucille Wagner. She is survived by her 3 children: daughter Bethanne (Ralph) Johns, son Ivan (Beth) Schrock and daughter Jennifer (Stan) Peasley, Her 7 grandchildren: Tristin, Devin, Jocelynn, Taven, Dylan, Karlie and Payton, great grand daughter Paeton and her dog Nugget. Her husband Brad Howe, his son Josh, her 1st Husband Hank Schrock and his eldest son Jamie. Her brothers Larry and Danny and her twin sister Barbara.
Her journeys in life took her a lot of places, each place turned into a home, making life long friends along the way. Her door was always open, never a stranger. Beth was a natural born caregiver. She dedicated many years running a 24 hour daycare to help those in the military and single moms while caring for her own 3 children. When her children returned to Indiana she dedicated her life to helping her mother and father during their last years on earth. Having a passion for children and the elderly, she continued her work at local elementary schools and as a senior caregiver. Two gentleman in particular, Mr. Jay and John left a special mark in her life, she loved them as her own.
Her spirit, quick wit, honesty, gift of gab, love, laughter and smile left a mark on everyone’s heart. She was a beautiful, strong woman who believed in speaking her truth, sharing stories of her trials, tribulations, adventures, her faith, her lessons and her blessings in this life, towards the end, she found her peace and comfort. Beth loved dancing, the sunshine,horses, gardening, crossword puzzles, softball, family and being surrounded by people who loved her.
She was met by her Mother and Father, her sister Melinda, her best friend of almost 50 years, Gloria Daniels, her dog Cricket and so many more. She will never be forgotten, her love and memories will go on forever.
If you knew her, you know how much she disliked the cold and snow. Her children will be having a celebration of life late spring/early summer in Indiana before they take her back home to Valley Center California. Family and friends will be welcomed to celebrate her at that time and will update when plans are finalized.
Elkhart Cremation Services has been entrusted with her care.