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Edward F. Carter Funeral Home

41 Grand Street, Croton-On-Hudson, NY

OBITUARY

Beth Roberta Krown Mahier

January 9, 1963July 22, 2020

Beth Roberta Krown Mahier of Cortlandt Manor, NY, passed away on Wednesday, July 22, 2020. She was 57 years old. Beth was born in Fresh Meadows, NY on January 9, 1963 to the late Melvin and Evalyn (Greenstein) Krown. She grew up in Westbury, NY. She is survived by her beloved husband Luke E. Mahier; loving brothers, Joe and Stephen Krown and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. There will be a Memorial Gathering on Sunday, July 26, 2020 from 3-5pm at the EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 41 Grand St., Croton-on-Hudson, NY. A Memorial Service will follow at 5pm also at the funeral home. The family welcomes those who wish to send flowers to do so or you can make a Memorial Contribution in her name to: the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center at www.mskcc.org or to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at www.mssociety.org .

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Please Adhere to NYS DOH Social Distancing Guidelines

    Sunday, July 26, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, July 26, 2020

Memories

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stephen krown

August 2, 2020

My dear sister,

You always loved the river.

Stephen Krown

July 28, 2020

My dear sister,

The love 💕 that people have for you is overwhelming. The words that people have spoken about you have been so beautiful.

Sherry Nevins

July 28, 2020

My sweet cousin Beth! The happy little girl with exuberant curls, playing and laughing with her age mates, my brother Barry & sister Phyllis. Being 10 years (& a few months) older, I didn't know her as well as they did, especially as she grew into womanhood - but they kept me posted about her many adventures. When Beth & Luke visited me in Seattle some years ago I really enjoyed getting to know them both. Compassion, optimism, intelligence, curiosity, and devotion are the qualities I remember most.
Love and peace to Beth, and to Luke, Joe, and Stephen, and all of her family and friends.

Phyllis Morgenstern

July 27, 2020

My deepest sympathies to Luke, Stephen, Joey, and all of Beth's family and friends. May she rest in peace and may her memory be for a blessing. With love, Phyllis

Barry Nevins

July 27, 2020

I am heartbroken over the passing of my dear, beautiful cousin Beth, after a 2 year long courageous battle with lung & brain cancer. Beth and I had a very close relationship from birth, more like siblings than cousins. My mom and Beth’s dad were brother & sister. Some of the happiest times of our childhoods were playing together at Nanny & Poppy’s big house in Seagate with my younger sister when we were little kids, each of us just 1 year apart. The 3 of us were the youngest kids in the family, Beth being the youngest of all 10, 3rd generation grandchildren of our 3 joined families. Beth and I became even closer in the mid-90’s when Beth and her wonderful husband Luke became engaged in my South Beach apt in 1994. Beth will be missed, celebrated and loved forever by her husband Luke, her brothers Stephen and Joe, her sisters-in-law, her nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. As I promised her before she died, we will all be together again someday in a better, more beautiful and peaceful place. I love you Beth. ❤️❤️❤️
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David & Antonia Demarest

July 26, 2020

Beth:
Hearts and Flowers was the photo my Antonia took and thought you should have a copy.
You said how much you loved it.
Your memory now and always will be that of hearts and flowers.
You've left a trail of them in the lives of everyone who knew you.
If we follow that trail we will be able to find you.

With Love,
David and Antonia

Susan/Jeffrey Kane

July 26, 2020

Dear Esther and STEVEN
JEFFREY AND I wish you sweet memories of the good times you shared with your sister Beth and the entire Krown family. May her memory be a blessing to you all.
Susan and Jeffrey Kane

Stephen Krown

July 26, 2020

May her memory be for a blessing.

Pam Wall

July 25, 2020

Where do I even begin? I was so fortunate to have Beth as a friend for over 30 years. We could not be more different but that led to boat loads of laughs whenever we were together. Beth, my friend, I will miss you forever. We worked together, had sighthounds together and grieved together when they passed. I am so grateful for the last few visits and while it sounds funny I know I will see you again.
Watch over us and stop by for a visit every now and then. I will miss you my friend! 💔💔

Ellen Lasser

July 25, 2020

Some friends make you better because of their own greatness. Beth was one of those friends for me with her ‘realness’, honesty, determination, compassion and generosity. As she traveled through these last two years not one of these qualities suffered. Her “one day at a time” mantra will always have special meaning for me. We always wish we had more time but I am grateful to have had what I did. I feel blessed to have been her friend. Luke my heart pains for you but please know that you were her gift each and every day and she knew that.
My love and sympathy to all of Beth and Luke’s family and friends.
With much love Ellen

FROM THE FAMILY

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