Greece NY: Age 51, passed away peacefully early Wednesday morning 10/26/2016 at the Isaiah House in Rochester, NY after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She was surrounded by her children and family members that Beth held close to her heart. Beth fought courageously since she was diagnosed in May 2014, but especially so these last 6 weeks. She inspired so many to stay positive and live life to the fullest. Beth was a loving mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, cousin and friend. She enjoyed thrifting, garage sale-ing, camping, bingo and the casino. She also loved to pay it forward and actively participated in “Bonnie Boxes of Love,” which benefited cancer patients and brought them comfort as they underwent their chemo treatment. Beth’s friends and family plan to honor Beth by keeping this tradition ongoing.
Beth will be greatly missed by her five children, Erin Niedermaier, Gabrielle Vincentini, Nicole Vincentini (Wesley Cook), John Michael Vincentini and Mitchell Vincentini. Grandchildren Lyla and Ethan Niedermaier, Colton and Hadley Cook.
Beth is pre deceased by her father, Richard Webster, survived by her mother, Judith (Sutter) Webster, estranged husband, Michael Kucharski and family, sisters Kara (Webster) Granato, Robin (Webster) Flint and brother, David Pastorell. Beth also leaves behind several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins including Rebecca (Sante) Panella.
A celebration of Beth’s life will be held on Saturday, October 29th at the White House in Webster Park, 1100 Lake Road Webster NY 14580. Friends and family are invited to join us at 1 pm with a service to be held at 1:30, luncheon to follow. In true Beth fashion we ask that you bring a dish to pass.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to the Isaiah House 71 Prince Street Rochester NY 14605 and OCRFA.org (ovarian cancer research fund alliance).
And remember, if you find a penny, pick it up!
Beth was the funniest people I knew, she always had stories. She loved having people over for cook outs. She loved her Internet Cafe’s, the casino boat and bingo. When Beth was only needing one number to win she’d say “I’m waiting”! She was so full of life even after getting diagnosed, she sucked it up and did what she had to do. There will definately be a void in so many lives. Love you Beth!
Beth you were so crazy but loving all in one…YOU will always own ball O69 at N.Myrtle Beach bingo..lol..cause every time it came out she rang her bell..lol..we had fun..and yes you turned me on to Bonnie Boxes of Love..and I know you can see everyone jumping on board to help..I will miss you my friend..I believe now BETH, you have hit the ULTIMATE JACKPOT…your so happy and at peace…
My heart felt condolences go out to Beth’s children and family. I feel very lucky to have met Beth and her children even if it was just briefly. She truly was a strong woman. I saw that in her children, they were always there by her side. A special shout out to Gabby for always being there and not always knowing what to expect and staying by her side. Sending love and strength to you all. <3