Bethlyn Krasner

Daughter, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grand Mother, Sister and Friend to All
A hard worker, a Nurse, a computer Data analyst, and a Single Mom and now a beautiful soul watching over us.

Her Daughter Cassandra, and her two children Shane and Delano and Shane’s daughter Kaylin (Great grandchild). Shane was Bethlyn’s caretaker and gave up many years recently of his life to take care of her so that she could have a decent quality of life after a major illness. Shane was her support and friend during all of this, not just her Grandson. 

Her son David who lives now in New Orleans, a retired Army Veteran and Firefighter, His wife Maritza and their children Chelsea her two children Jackson and Wyatt (great Grand children to Beth), Darian Zoe Kyle and Kaylin were the light of Bethlyn’s eyes she loved her Grandchildren with all her being and would light up whenever any of the children would speak of the grandchildren or great grandchildren she always wanted to know more. 

Her Daughter Elissa, resides in Cambridge, a Collegiate Professional with Private colleges.  

She had a hard life but never gave in to heart ache or negativity she always saw flowers and birds where we would see animosity and anger. She was so generous almost to a fault. If she had money anyone around her had money as long as she had a coffee you were good, of course it had to be Dunkin’s! Our Mom was a bright light and any that knew her know if you needed a place to stay or a shoulder to cry on you knew were to go. 

She will be missed tremendously…… my only wish and hope is that we see her again one day. I leave you with these words, Never think you have another day or more time, you don’t, there is never enough time visit those you Love. 

We love you Mom, Thank you for all you’ve done rest now.

Celebration of her life to be held at a later date.


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  1. Diane Frear on September 29, 2022 at 4:53 pm

    Cassie, David, Elissa and Shane,
    David and I are thinking of you in this difficult time. I have so many fond memories of Beth. Living at 137 running up and down the stairs all hours of the day and night her home was my second home and I will keep those memories with me always as you all will cherish all your memories! We love you all! Rest In Peace Beth.

  2. Luis on October 1, 2022 at 11:26 am

    Sorry mama. She was a good woman. You know I’ll always be here. Love you.

  3. Lisa Patton on October 16, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    So very sorry David, Cassandra, Elissa and all her grandchildren. These are tough times when you lose a parent. I was/am her sister and though I have not seen her in some time I remember my college days visiting and taking care of kids at Bunker Hill. May good memories prevail.

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