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Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home & Cemetery

14501 North Ih-35, Pflugerville, TX

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Beth Fax

August 7, 1966March 14, 2020

Beth Fax was born on August 7, 1966 and passed away on March 14, 2020.

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Winston Carter

March 20, 2020

I remember her so well with such a great smile, and like all of us back then just simply wanted to have the best time. My heartfelt condolences to her family and loved ones.

Bobby L. Fuse, Jr.

March 19, 2020

I wish to join the crowd of loving family and friends and classmates at this hour of breavement. How well do I remember this loving, gifted and talented student with a perpetual smile.
May we all find His Comfort in our time of need.
Fuse.

Lisa Watkins

March 18, 2020

I offer my condolences and prayers of comfort towards peace during your time of loss. I am a former classmate of Beth's from Frederick Douglass High and I can vividly remember her drawing my left hand with the scars of a childhood surgery in Biology class. She made me laugh so loud when she said I was Frankenstein's sister with that scared left hand! Beth was a good friend and we hung out quite a bit laughing and wondering if the teacher could hear us. God Bless you all as you place her to rest, God's Hands are a great place to be!
Peace & Blessings, Lisa Watkins

Karla McKinney

March 18, 2020

To the Willingham, Montgomery and Fax families, you have my sincere condolences. Beth and I were childhood friends as we lived a few houses from each other on Indigo Lane. In high school we reconnected and had soooo many funny/fun times together. There are code words we used back then that we would say even when we touched base that would still have us laughing. Many memories. I am so sad to loose my Beth Ann.

Adrianne McKennie Farmer

March 18, 2020

Beth was a friend and classmate from Douglass High School.
The last time I saw her was at her mother's funeral. She looked like a clone or a mini-Ms. Montgomery:). As an orchestra student, I generally saw Ms. Montgomery as the highly respected serious teacher. But, Beth must have been the personification of her silly side. She made us laugh and kept everyone in a positive mood. I pray that the happy memories will comfort the family and friends in time.

Scott Lucier

March 18, 2020

My sinserest condolences to the family. I still have fond memories of Beth (Montgomery) Fax, we were classmates at Frederick Doulgass HS, giggling about something silly or dumb that I had done. It is that memory of her smile that I will miss. Rest in Heaven.
Scott L.

Grady Dunn

March 18, 2020

My heart goes out to Beth’s family. She was just an endearing person. She recently saw my mom and gave her a Big hug. My mom said her mom was also a great influence in music as a string teacher. She comes from a long line of educators. She was also part of the great Class of 83 at Frederick Douglass High School. Our families ran in the same circles. She will be sorely missed. RIP fellow Astro. You now rest with the Star in Heaven! G Dunn

Chris Kedroski

March 18, 2020

I worked with Beth at Dell for 4 years, she holds a special place in my heart. She was always so friendly to me. Beth always had a kind word or a laugh at a joke of mine that wasn't funny. She's the person that remembers facts about you, the names and ages of your kids, a story you told about your spouse, or a thing that happened to you that you'd long forgotten. Although we have only talked to one another a couple of times a year since I left Dell, I feel a genuine friendship for her and am grieving her loss. Beth Fax, you are missed.

Glynis Saulsbury

March 18, 2020

Beth and I attended Central United Methodist Church in Atlanta as childhood friends. My condolences to her family. RIH my friend.

Alison Gibson

March 18, 2020

My heart is heavy hearing about the death of my Frederick Douglass High School classmate, Beth (Montgomery) Fax. Beth could lift your spirits no matter how bad a mood you were in. Her smile was always a welcomed sight. She had a great sense of humor. Rest well my Astro classmate. My condolences to the family during this difficult time.