It is with a heavy heart that we say farewell to the most selfless and loving mother and grandmother Beth Ann Scott (Reimer). A thoughtful and loyal mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, friend, and overall amazing person, Beth passed away peacefully on August 14, 2021. She was born June 11, 1951, and spent her youth in Menasha followed by the majority of her adult life in Appleton and Greenville.
Beth graduated from St. Mary's High School in Menasha and went on to study cosmetology; but, in order to stay 100% involved in the lives of her own children, Kimberly and Michael, she provided at-home daycare until they transitioned out of elementary school. Beth later returned to school and to the workforce as a graphic designer at Winnebago Color Press and Graphic Composition. She also worked in graphic layout at Mills Fleet Farm before moving into the warehouse. Upon her retirement, she volunteered at the Emergency Shelter in Appleton, worked at Dress Barn in Grand Chute, dabbled in photography, and supported Kim and Mike along their path into adulthood.
Beth was always up for a good Marketplace find and could often be spotted snagging a bargain at a neighborhood sale. But, undoubtedly, her proudest "hobby" led to some of the most memorable moments in the lives of her grandchildren. Her love and involvement in their lives was endless; she was there to support them in every possible way: from "granny nanny" during the school year to providing a "vacation getaway" for days at a time during the summer months. She never missed an opportunity to tell them how much she loved them both in words and actions.
Beth was preceded in death by her parents, Raymond John and Myrtle Marian Reimer, nee Ploger, and brother Raymond (Dusty) Reimer Jr. She is survived by her brother Ken L. Reimer, Alaska, and sister Carol (George Reddin) Reimer, Neenah; children Kimberly (Jackson) Melchert and Michael (Karen) Scott; grandchildren William, Dominic, Griffin, Sadie, and Cassidy; and step-grandson Lukas Meyer.
A memorial service for close family and friends will be held at Shepherd of the Hills Church in Greenville at 1:30 on 9/12/21 (Grandparents Day).
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