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Beth Mohr

Thursday, July 8, 2021
Beth Mohr

Beth Mohr entered this world in Clairette, Texas in Erath County on July 27, 1927, and went to heaven in Andrews, Texas, at the age of 93, on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, at Permian Residential Care Center in Andrews, Texas.

Family and Friends will gather to celebrate her life at 2:00 PM Saturday, July 3, 2021, at McNett Funeral Home Chapel in Andrews with Rev. Kevin Bushart and Rev. Rick Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in the Andrews North Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1:00 until service time.

The Lewis family moved to the valley and she graduated from San Benito High School in 1944 at the age of 16. Being too young for nursing school, she went to work at the phone company as a operator. At the age of 18 she went to Houston Memorial Hospital to get her Registered Nursing Degree. Upon graduation she went to work as a RN at the Veteran’s Hospital in Big Springs, Texas.

Beth raised a family and worked at Permian General Hospital and as a head nurse on the 2nd floor north. Then as she got closer to retirement, she moved to the Clinic to work as the nurse for Dr. Thomas Pester. Her first love was to travel to, she loved to go on cruises and travel to far away places. During her travels she went to 4 continents and 49 of the fifty states. Trips were her passion, she enjoyed traveling with groups, family members and friends. One of her favorite places to visit was San Francisco, CA. which she revisited numerous times. The idea and fantasy of a cruise was always a favorite. Cruises took her from Australia and Bora Bora to Turkey and the Mediterranean and Russia.

She is preceded in death by her parents Owen and Eva Lewis, sister Betty Thomas and her husband of 48 years, Dr. Henry O. Mohr.

Elizabeth is survived by Mark Mohr and wife Renea of Bellville, Texas, Lisa Mohr-Maples and husband Wayne of San Angelo, Texas, and Dr. Charles Mohr and wife Stacy of Andrews, Texas, six loving grandchildren who referred to her as “Arnie” and 6 greatgrandchildren with one more on the way.

The Mohr family wishes to thank Permian Regional Medical Center for their love and care of Beth. Their love was contagious, and the care was superb.

The family asks that in lieu of flowers, make donations to Texas A&M Association of Former Students, Mohr Ring Scholarship, 505 George Bush Dr., College Station, Texas 77840, and Permian Regional Medical Center Hospice.