In loving memory of

Beth S. Pullaro
October 24, 1957 - September 25, 2022

Beth S. Pullaro (nee Newman), on September 25, 2022, of Blackwood, NJ; formerly of Levittown, PA. Age 64.

Beloved mother of Tyler Migliaccio (Taylor) and Kaberia Fussell. Devoted grandmother of Hazel. Loving girlfriend of John Schenk. Dear daughter of the late Leonard and Sandra Newman. Also survived by her Ribner cousins, dogs Maia and Aviva, and her bird Popcorn.

Beth was a proud alumna of Penn State University and a longtime educator. She loved exercising, instructing Zumba and House Party Fitness while participating daily in Fit Body Bootcamp. She was a proud distributor of It Works. She enjoyed golfing, spending time with her Wine Girls, Crab Girls, and close friends and former colleagues from Winslow Township High School.

Service and interment will be private at the request of the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Beth's memory to the Unforgotten Haven, c/o Michele Gambone, 528 Highland Avenue, Westville, NJ 08093 or by visiting


Dani Paris wrote on Feb 18, 2023:

"Beth, I waited, for a while to understand why you went so fast. I remember when we met in 1996, You joined Femme Physique, and when Tyler and Taylor were about 7 years of age until about 10 years of age, our kids were best friends in the daycare. I trained you so you could get in shape and learn how to eat and work put properly. I was teaching College in Health and Exercise Science and Sport's Nutrition, and Running my Fitness Center for Women. At night when you were done working out we use to take the kids to Friendly's at least 2 or 3 times a week. Then in 1999, I started my Personal Training School and you asked me if you could take it to become a trainer. I said yes, and I charged you half price. You passed the 15 week Personal Training course with Flying Colors. Then you started taking classes. When my one son got killed and decapitate in car accident in 2001. Everything started going downhill. I started working 3 jobs to support my children, my husband and I had problems, we separated, I had a nervous breakdown. Then I almost died. Went away for about 9 months, we lost contact, Taylor went to Sterling, Tyler went to Highland, Rian bankrupted my gym. Then my life was done for a year. Came back we nt through divorce. Make story short. I started working at Urge Fitness 3 months before they opened, June 2000, and then taught classes from Sept 2020 to October 2021 when Pandemic started. You came in sometime in early 2021. I found out Taylor had broken up. With her high school sweetheart who was in ROTC. That she was back with your great son Tyler and they were engaged. That made me so happy. I had missed you so much. Time had passed so fast. We started talking a you told me the kids were getting married, and I was so ecstatic. I knew Taylor would be taken care of the rest of her life. Then I heard you passed away. I cried so hard for one whole day and remembered this whole story over and over again. I loved you Beth, we were great friends. I was so proud of you for following your dreams to complete your fitness goals. You were a great mom to your son and my daughter. Thank you. Well now I will be seeing you in heaven in 6 more years. God Bless you Beth. I know you are there. Shabbat Shalom I pray, Taylor and Tyler are raising our granddaughter Hazel in the Jewish religion. Both Tyler and Taylor are all Jewish. AMEN. UNTIL Yeshuh, God, and the Holy Spirit meets us up again."

Ja'shae Monique wrote on Nov 3, 2022:

"Praying ?? that God will get your family through this difficult time"

Maryann Gatto wrote on Oct 5, 2022:

"May you RIP Beth ? Fly High my friend Maryann"

Lisa wrote on Sep 30, 2022:

"Beth. You were amazing person and I?m so glad we crossed paths. You made me laugh so much w your posts and funny textes. May you be blessed in your next life as I was in this one having you as a friend. RIP"

Darleen and Roy wrote on Sep 28, 2022:

"Words can not adequately express our deepest sympathy. Beth was such a enthusiastic, caring, energetic, and inspirational person who positively touched so many lives including ours. We are blessed to have been able to call her friend and to have shared so many memories. Memories we will cherish forever. We will miss Beth and always love her??? "

Colleen Parker wrote on Sep 28, 2022:

"I am hearfull sorry for Beth's family and Friends. I did not know Beth very long but As soon as we talked we became fast friends. She truly was amazing person. She is loved by so many, May she rest now with our Lord, and probably be telling her crazy jokes up there! "

Mimi Fitzgerald wrote on Sep 27, 2022:

"I am so very sorry to receive the news of Beth?s passing. I only met her a few months ago at the Pic as she was talking about It Works. I just cannot believe she is gone. My deep and heartfelt condolences are with Beth?s family and all who were honored to know her well. May God bring His strength and comfort to your hearts. "

Candice wrote on Sep 27, 2022:

"I keep thinking of all the crazy things you?ve said and done over the years ? we haven?t talked in a little while but I?ll always love and miss you ????? I hope you?re up there teaching Zumba and at peace "

Maureen wrote on Sep 27, 2022:

"I have had Pitbull songs in my head for the past 3 days. Beth, you showed us how to make the best of every day. Miss you so much but will continue to strike up conversations and make strangers happy in your honor. "

Lauren wrote on Sep 27, 2022:

"Beth was truly an inspiration! She knew how to bring in a crowd of people. She was connected beyond imagine and impacted so many lives. Beth was a phone call or text away. Always willing to have that chat or plan a get together. She is someone that will continue to be presence in our hearts for a long time. Beth I love you, I miss you, but I am so thankful for the friendship that we were able to build. xo"