Elizabeth “Beth” Ann Hart Gutterridge, 71, of Danville, passed away Thursday, December 19, 2019. Visitation will be from 4:00 – 7:30pm Thursday, December 26, 2019 at Kruger-Coan-Pape Funeral Home, 10 E. Williams Street in Danville. Eastern Star Service will be at 7:30pm Thursday, December 26, 2019 at Kruger-Coan-Pape Funeral Home.
Elizabeth Ann Hart Gutterridge was that angel that walked among us. The beauty of her soul, her loyalty to family and friends. Her love for her boys, Troy and Roger, whom were the sparkle in her eyes, always brought a huge smile and laughter that continued through the years. Her grandbabies Tyler, Elizabeth, Courtney, Brooke, and Jacob gave her complete happiness and joy. Sadly her great grandchildren, Payton, Gabriel, and newly born Ashton will grow up not truly knowing how special she was. Our holidays will never be the same since she now joins her beloved Michael whom passed in 2016. We are sure her parents Earl and Deloris Hart are happy to hold their baby girl once again.
Beth attended Oakwood schools, worked at the Vermilion County Courthouse, and then moved on to be the cashier for Danville High School. At the same time throughout the years, she also worked part time for Gutterridge Harley-Davidson until finally taking on the full-time position as office manager with her dearest Michael.
Beth was very active with the community along with the Order of Eastern Star Iris Chapter, where she was the Grand Ruth of Illinois in 2002.
She also leaves behind her sister Anita Wright and her sister-in-law Barbara Gutterridge Wright, along with brother-in-law James Gutterridge, along with so very many special nieces and nephews that she loved tremendously.
The family would like to thank the wonderful nurses at Casey Health Care Center, and request donations to be made to the Casey Health Care at www.petersenhealthcare.net/casey, or to the Masonic Eastern Star Grand Chapter OES, 9894 Star Lane in Macon, IL 62544.
It is comforting to know she once again is with so many of her loved ones that passed before her. Can you imagine how pleasantly surprised upon her arrival in Heaven it was to see Michael & her loved ones once again?! Knowing they are enjoying that infections giggle of hers and that her memories have returned gives us peace.
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