Obituary of Veterinarian Dr. Beth Myers from Dearborn, Missouri
On August 12, 2022, Dr. Beth Myers, a 41-year-old veterinarian from Dearborn, Missouri, passed away in a tragic accident at her residence, where she and her family lived. Beth’s untimely death has left profound sadness for her family, friends, and the community she dedicated herself to serving.
Beth leaves behind immeasurable grief for her husband, Tyler Myers, two sons – Carson (11 years old) and Colin (8 years old), her parents, siblings, and numerous relatives and friends.
Despite the family’s immense sorrow over Beth’s sudden departure, they have chosen to honor her in the most meaningful way. A Celebration of Beth’s Life will be held on Friday evening, August 19, from 6-8 p.m. at Dearborn Catholic Church.
Subsequently, the official funeral, managed by Vaughn Weston Funeral Home, will take place on Saturday morning, August 20, at 10:30 a.m., also at Dearborn Catholic Church, under the guidance of Reverend Elizabeth Buckner. The burial service will follow at the Dearborn Community Cemetery.
The family has announced that any memorial contributions in honor of Beth will support the Dearborn Catholic Church Fund to commemorate her life and contributions. Contributions can be sent to: Dearborn Catholic Church Organization, PO Box 13, Dearborn, MO 64439.
Family members, friends, and acquaintances are warmly welcomed to attend the funeral ceremonies to extend their condolences to the family and bid farewell to Dr. Beth Myers at her final resting place.
Biography of Dr. Beth Myers, Her Life, and Career
Beth Myers was born on a warm Christmas day, December 25, 1980, in St. Joseph City, Missouri. She was the youngest in the happy family of Larry and Dianne Furbeck. Right from her early days, Beth received boundless love from her parents and two older brothers.
Growing up in the tranquil countryside of Dearborn, Missouri, Beth breathed in fresh air and had exposure to nature and animals from a young age. This nurtured in her a profound passion for animal species. In 1999, Beth graduated from North Platte High School with outstanding achievements. She decided to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian and enrolled at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri – Columbia.
At the university, Beth quickly earned high praise from instructors due to her diligence, eagerness to learn, and passion for the profession. She consistently excelled in subjects, especially those related to animal science. After four dedicated years, Beth graduated from the university in 2006 with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, graduating top of her class.
Immediately after graduation, equipped with internship experience and a passion for her profession, Beth decided to open her own veterinary clinic in her hometown of Dearborn. She dedicated herself to building the clinic, investing in state-of-the-art equipment, and hiring a devoted team. Within a few years, Beth’s clinic became one of the region’s leading and reputable veterinary facilities.
Apart from her professional duties, Beth devoted time to charitable activities such as offering free animal examinations, health consultations, and supporting wildlife conservation funds. She frequently participated in the ‘Young Doctors for the Countryside’ program organized by the University of Missouri, providing animal care and livestock farming guidance to rural residents.
Thanks to her compassionate nature and talent, Dr. Beth Myers brought joy and health to numerous animals and assisted rural inhabitants in livelihood through animal husbandry techniques. She lived a meaningful life with a career to be proud of.
Condolences from Friends and Colleagues for Beth Myers
We are deeply shocked and saddened by her sudden departure. Beth was not only a fantastic colleague but also a close friend of mine. She was always ready to help everyone around with a radiant smile on her face. I will forever cherish the beautiful memories with Beth. May she rest in peace.
My heart shattered upon hearing of her passing. Beth was an amazing friend, always supportive and encouraging in difficult times. I’m sure she is in a better place, smiling down on us. May her children and family find strength in this sorrowful time.
As Beth’s colleague at the clinic, I am deeply devastated by her sudden departure. Beth was a compassionate and dedicated veterinarian. She healed and brought joy to so many animals. I always admired Beth’s passion and kindness. She will forever be my ideal role model. My condolences to the family in this painful hour.”