Elsbeth "Beth" Louise Bisbee
Elsbeth Louise Bisbee - March 27,1939 to December 4, 2021
Elsbeth (Beth, Mom, Mutti, Oma, Grandma B) Bisbee was graciously called Home for Christmas. She was welcomed in by her mom and dad Dorothy and Robert Fair, sister Nancy Fair, husband Dr. David Bisbee, brother and sister in law Dr. Rodney Bisbee (Susan), Myrla Bisbee, son Timothy Bisbee and other friends and family that have gone before her.
Beth loved with her WHOLE heart. Her first love was for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. As a cradle Episcopalian she held many positions within the church. She taught Sunday School, served on the Altar Guild and Vestry, and took great pride in Lay Reading and being a Lay Eucharist Minister. She raised her family to have the faith of a mustard seed and to look up for strength and guidance. Beth shone with God’s great love and shared it with each person she came in contact with. She was faithful to the end, and in every season.
Her second love was her family, and everyone she met became family to her. She enjoyed reading to her children and grandchildren, instilling a love of words for generations. She spent hours beating family at Scrabble, Skip-Bo, and Cribbage. She dedicated herself to tending her beautiful lawn and garden, and she loved to have family and friends over to enjoy them with her.
Beth spent 34 years in the Wyoming school system; the majority of that time at Worland Junior High. She had a true passion for teaching and counseling children. She opened her heart to each and every student that walked into her classroom.
Her memory and her best qualities will be carried forward by her surviving family members:
Daughters Amy Bisbee and Nan Wallach (Rick), Brother in law Bruce (Carol) Bisbee, Niece Fay Bisbee, Nephew Dr. David (Lisa) Bisbee, Great-nieces Kiera and Delaney, Grandchildren Brian (Beth) Bisbee, Great-grandson Brayden Bisbee, David (Amanda) Bisbee, Great-granddaughter Parker Bisbee, Grandchildren Randy and Steven Bateman and Courtney Wallach.
A celebration of life will be held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on January 29, 2022, at 11:00am. Lunch will be provided after the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family is honoring Beth by collecting backpacks and school supplies to be donated to local schools.
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.