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Shirley Beil

Shirley A. Beil, 86, formerly of Walnutport, passed away Monday, November 2, 2020 at Fellowship Manor, Whitehall.   She was the wife of the late Harold F. Beil, who passed away in 2013.  Born in Berlinsville on July 11, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Edgar and Olive (Graver) Minnich.  She was a graduate of Slatington High School Class of 1952.  Shirley worked as a factory worker for the former DeVille Blouse Factory and Edgemont Factory.   She was the also the owner/operator of Something Always Beautiful, a custom floral arrangement shop and a receptionist for Kirsten Anderson Weight Loss Center in Bethlehem.


Shirley is survived by daughters: Colleen and husband Dean Spadt of Northampton, Tammy Beil of Blue Bell; grandchildren; Brian Spadt of Palmerton, Eric Spadt and wife Stacy of Northampton; Great-Grandchildren: Dylan, Makenzie, Chase.

Private family services will be held at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington DC, where she will be interred with her husband.   Arrangements are under the care of Harding Funeral Home, Slatington.

The family requests no flowers, contributions in Shirley’s memory can be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10001.


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Shirley Beil was an incredible person, always friendly and smiling.Every client and staff who entered our Bethlehem Center will have many fond memories of her.She was honest, punctual and a model employee, and everyone grew very fond of her warmth and caring nature.I was so grateful for her dedication to our center and our clients, she will be missed by the people who met her through the many years she was at our front desk in Bethlehem.  I will miss her also as a dear friend.I send her family my deepest condolences on the passing of their  beloved mother and grandmotherKirsten Andersen

Kirsten Andersen Nov 4 2020 12:00 AM