In loving memory of

Elizabeth Ann Beeler
February 6, 1936 - November 13, 2019

Elizabeth Ann (Kragness) Beeler

Elizabeth Beeler passed away on November 13, 2019 at the age of 83. She was born February 6, 1936 to William (Bill) and Ruth Krangness in Fergus Falls, MN. She met Arnold Beeler and fell in love, married in Breckinridge, MN in 1956. The love that they shared was the type of love that you want to bottle up an keep forever! Elizabeth was mother to Carmen (Jim) Foreman, Michael (Kristi) Beeler, Mark (Kristie) Beeler, and Jay (Andrea) Beeler. She expressed her love in many traditions, whether it be the embroidery she made for quilts, the hand crocheted blankets for family members, or the annual lefse making - every action and detailed stitch was made with the utmost of care. She and Arnold lived the last several years between sunny Texas and then coming back to Minnesota to enjoy the Lake of the Woods summers, not without stopping to enjoy time with family. She was especially close to her grandchildren - Jamie Beeler (Jeremy Mathies) Josh (Megan) Beeler, Jim (Shannon) Foreman, Kadie (Zak) Chlebeck, Laken (John) Beeler-Kerestes, Mariah and Dylan Beeler. In addition, great-grandchildren Gavin and Kamryn Mathies, Malea and Mark Beeler, Will Beeler, Gilliana and Savannah Foreman, Logan and Juliet Chlebeck.

Her love will be carried on by all that she gave to her family.

Elizabeth was proceeded in death by her parents, sister Betty Lou Kragness, son Mark Beeler, and daughter-in-law Kristie Erickson.

Celebration of life will be held on Friday, November 22th at 11am with visitation one hour before. Services will be held at Nativity Lutheran Church, 3312 Silver Lake Road, St Anthony Village, MN.


Patty Johnson wrote on Nov 22, 2019:

"Throughout our lives Liz and Arnie blessed us with their kind and gentle hearts ? I am so very sorry ? May God comfort and strengthen your family Hugs and Love Patty Johnson"

Russ and Glady Heys wrote on Nov 17, 2019:

"We will miss Liz, loved visiting with her and Arnie in Texas. Deepest sympathy to Arnie and her family."