The sudden transformation of Lori Beth (Furbeck) Myers into an angel on August 12, 2022, at the age of 41, has left a profound impact on her family, friends, and the community of Dearborn. Beth, born on Christmas Day of 1980, was a cherished individual whose life was dedicated to caring for animals, her family, and enriching her community.
Who Was Lori Beth Myers?
Beth was the youngest of three siblings, born to Larry and Dianne (Barrett) Furbeck in St. Joseph, Missouri, and raised in Dearborn. She graduated from North Platte High School in 1999, embodying a spirit of kindness and determination from a young age. Beth’s passion for animals was evident early in her life, shaping her career and personal values.
Educational and Career Achievements
Beth pursued her dream of working with animals by attending the University of Missouri in Columbia, where she received her veterinary education. In 2006, she achieved her goal by earning a degree in veterinary medicine. Demonstrating her entrepreneurial spirit, Beth founded Myers Veterinary Service, where she excelled as a veterinary consultant, combining her love for animals with her professional skills.
Personal Life and Family
Beth’s personal life was as fulfilling as her professional journey. She married Tyler Myers, whom she met in Columbia, on June 3, 2006, at the Dearborn Christian Church, marking the start of a beautiful family life. Together, they built their dream home in Camden Point, a serene country setting perfect for raising their two sons, Carson Patrick (born 2011) and Colin Wayne (born 2014). Beth thrived in her roles as a wife and mother, creating a loving and nurturing environment for her family.
Community Involvement and Interests
Beth was deeply involved in her community, especially at the Dearborn Christian Church, where she was christened and later played the piano. Her involvement in church activities reflected her commitment to her faith and community. Beth’s wide range of interests and her ability to bring out the best in everyone she knew made her a beloved figure in Dearborn.
Tragic Event and Cause of Death
As a mark of respect for her family, details surrounding Beth’s tragic accident on their property that caused her death remain private. What remains clear however is her vibrant life and positive influence upon those she touched during it.
Beth Myers leaves an inspiring legacy of compassion, dedication and love behind. From her family ties and career in veterinary medicine to community involvement and volunteerism – Beth was always present when needed and provided invaluable inspiration through her life’s story to others who followed their passions despite hardship or disapproval from family or society members.
Celebration of Life
On August 19th from 6-8 pm at Dearborn Christian Church was held a Celebration of Life visitation to remember and honor Beth’s legacy and impact in her community and lives that she touched. This event served as a testament of what an impactful life she led.
Lori Beth Myers left behind an indelible mark during her short, yet impactful journey: her unyielding love for family, animals and community – as evidenced by the many lives she touched as well as those whom she cared for – which lives on in us all as her legacy will always be celebrated by those she touched, including loved ones and animals she cared for. Beth reminds us all of how powerfully individual actions can shape society – her memory will long be revered.