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Carol Beiler Obituary, Decatur, In Loving Memory Of A Beloved Resident

Carol Beiler Obituary, Decatur, In Loving Memory Of A Beloved Resident

Apr 4, 2024
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Carol Beiler Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you of the passing of Carol J. Beiler, who resided in Decatur and was 76 years old. We are heartbroken to inform you of her passing. On April 2, 2024, in her home with her family present, she passed away quietly and without incident.

Her passing was a peaceful and sorrowful event. I am appreciative of your assistance. Funeral services will be performed at the Brintlinger and Earl Funeral Home in Decatur on Friday, April 5, 2024, at noon.

The purpose of these events is to celebrate the life that Carol lived while she was alive. Before the funeral service, there will be a visitation at the funeral home from ten in the morning to twenoonhis will take place the day before the service. Following the conclusion of the event, individuals will be laid to rest at Graceland Cemetery as the venue of the burial.

Carol Wester, the mother of Robert and Viola (Sparr) Wester, was born on August 21, 1947, in Decatur. She is the cherished daughter of her parents. She was the first kid that her parents had. They have been together for 62 years, during which time they have had an unwavering support system and an unconditional love for one another. She married her beloved husband, John Beiler on August 11, 1962, and they have been together for 62 years.

Carol was the one who actively supported John in his business endeavors, in addition to being a dedicated wife and mother. She was also John’s business partner. The hobbies that she enjoyed the most, which included reading and playing bingo, were the ones that she would usually engage in whenever she had any spare time.

Despite this, Carol’s time spent with her family was the source of the greatest joy in her life. On Carol’s list of priorities was this one. She loved her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren without reservation. Her love for them was unflinching. She adored every one of them.

Her devoted husband, John, as well as her sons John (Mike) Beiler of Orange City, Florida, Del (Kelly) Beiler of Mt. Zion, Charlie (Cathy) Beiler of Mt. Zion, and Storm (Kim) Beiler of Decatur, as well as her grandchildren Del Beiler, Jr. (Jessica), Laney Beiler, Shelby Beiler, and Carissa Beiler, as well as her great-grandchildren Del III “Ray,” Delilah, Hudson, and Brayton, as well as her brothers Charlie (Carrie) Wester of Mt. Zion and Joe (Marcia) Wester of Decatur, have left to cherish her memory. All of these individuals have left to cherish her legacy.

Both of Carol Beiler’s parents as well as her son Robbie Beiler predeceased her. She was able to survive Robbie Beiler. By visiting the website of Brintlinger and Earl Funeral Homes, which can be found at www.brintlingerandearl.com, you will have the opportunity to convey your condolences to the family and share the memories that you hold dearest to your heart.

At this time, specifics are still being released to the public. In this time of sadness, I pray that those who were close to Carol will be able to find solace in the memories they shared with her, and that she will be able to rest in complete and utter peace.

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