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Obituary of Beth A. Kwilos

Kwilos, Beth A. (nee Rechin)

Of Derby, NY.  August 28, 2019, age 48.  Beloved wife of Tommy Kwilos.  Loving mother of Zach, Jackson and Spencer Kwilos. Daughter of the late Paul and Patricia Rechin; Sister of Jackie (Ernie) Jewett, Kelley, Mike (Valarie) Rechin and Colleen (Joseph) Govenettio.  Daughter-in-law of Nancy Szatkowski and Stan (Peg) Kwilos.  Sister-in-law of Kenny (Stephanie), Kevin (Jen) Kwilos, Tracy (Chris), Rob (Kelly) and Sean Strickler.  Also survived by many nieces and nephews.   Friends may call Sunday from 2PM – 8PM at the ADDISON FUNERAL HOME, INC. 262 N. Main St. Angola, NY.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at 10 AM in Most Precious Blood Church, 22 Prospect St. Angola, NY.  PLEASE ASSEMBLE AT CHURCH.  Flowers gratefully declined, memorials may be made to the Breast Cancer Network of WNY.

Sometimes people are blessed to run across someone who radiates positive energy. With Beth, it was beyond that. She exuded a presence that brought a sense of love and light to any room she entered. As a healer, a kind spirit and an empathetic ear, her generosity set the stage for so many family and friend gatherings. Everyone was easily drawn in and made to feel woven into the fabric of her carefully crafted environment. Her laughter was beyond infectious and her smile was perfection.
So can a spirit as immense as this be contained? Beth may have left the physical body that failed her but there’s no doubt that her presence is everywhere. When you laugh with family and friends, you will hear her laughter. When you’re sad, you will hear her voice to lift your spirit in only the way Beth could.
With grace, she nurtured her three boys and laid the foundation for them to become the fine young men they are today. Her spirit will resonate with them for eternity as well as with her devotion to her loving husband.
Beth’s everlasting impression will reside in the hearts and souls of all who had the honor and opportunity to be in her beautiful, humorous and kind presence.

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