Of Dexter, Michigan, age 46, was born April 5, 1976 to Gorden (Diane) Mosher and Rhonda “Eileen” (Mark) Olmsted. She was suddenly called to heaven on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, to join her sister, Tracy (Mosher) Schlaff.

Beth was born, raised and was a life-long resident of the Dexter/ Delhi area of Michigan. She was a member of the Dexter High School class of 1994. Beth was self-employed, she took care of the elderly and cleaned houses. She loved music and going to concerts. Beth was a self-described tree-hugger, who enjoyed gardening and nature.

Beth leaves behind both parents; her husband, Brad Wymer; her two wonderful children, Katie (Josh Hodges) Sennett, and Gabe Wymer; a sister, Melissa Mosher; her mother-in-law, Ruth Fick; grandmother, Emily Mosher; step-brothers, Chris Chapman, Ben Olmsted, Ray Olmsted; two beautiful granddaughters, Isabella and Sophia Hodges; a nephew, David Schlaff; nieces, Kaytlin Mosher, Chloe Louiselle; and countless family members and friends. In addition to her sister, Tracy, Beth was preceded in death by her grandparents, Edith and Bill Meek, and Raymond Mosher.

A celebration of life will be held Sunday, May 15th from 1-4 pm at the Dexter American Legion. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help with expenses. Arrangements have been entrusted to Cole Funeral Chapel.

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#2 Christina DiBacco 2022-05-10 17:22
Brad I am so sorry for your loss I wish I could be there to comfort you, but please know that you and your family are in our hearts and prayers are going up for you all I’m always just a message away if you need to talk! Wish I could with funds but know that I am helping in a greater way with prayers of peace and comfort! Love you guys dearly! She will be greatly missed!
#1 Cherise Callahan 2022-05-08 13:15
Beth will be dearly missed by the Callahan family. We were privileged to know her for close to 10 years. I admired and appreciated the pride she took in her work. What a blessing it was to come home to my house after Beth had made it sparkle. But most of all we will miss the conversations with her. Beth was always ready with a humorous story about growing up in Delhi. Beth often expressed her love for each of her family members—especia lly Katie and Gabe. She also adored “fur babies.” She would liberally give treats to our dogs and cats. They were her shadow all day long. Please know that her family is our thoughts and prayers.

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