Beth Ann Josuweit
Josuweit, Beth Ann (nee Johnson) (April 13, 2023). Beloved wife of Robert A. Josuweit. Beloved sister of Daniel Johnson, Jamie Licznerski, Jesse Johnson, and Susan Jones. While extremely limited in activity over the past 5 years she kept fighting to become as independent as possible. She prepared meals with help and created an extensive portfolio of adult coloring book artwork. She often talked about how she missed her ceramics and paper craft work. She supported Bob in his efforts to get back in the office and continue with his hobbies. Relatives and friends are invited to Beth’s viewing Thursday 4/20, 10 to 11am at Mannal Funeral Home, 6925 Frankford Ave., (at Tyson). Her Funeral Service will follow at 11am. Interment Forest Hills Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions in Beth’s name may be made to the Charity of your choice.
The news of her passing was certainly sad and unexpected. The picture you posted is how I remember her. That smile captures her perfectly. Our condolences are with you, Bob. May God strengthen you though this difficult time. May his love surround you. Jay and Melinda Brubaker
Bob – my heart is aching for you and your family. Beth put up a heroic fight. We are thinking of you and here to support you. Jill Bulkin-Nuddle
Bob, sorry to hear of the news of your wife’s passing. My sincere condolences to you and your family – Jeff
I first met Beth at a Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club event. She was always the first to greet me, and helped me fit in with the rest of the wives who were present. We had a chance to chat about lots of things. She was the type of person who made you feel like you knew her for a long time. She had an easy laugh and a very sweet personality. She supported her husband Bob in many ways, including his hobby of ham radio. I have missed her since her stroke. I was unable to go to her home, since it was not accessible to my wheelchair, but we talked on the phone. Her husband made her the center of his life in caring for her and loving her. This world has lost a wonderful soul and she will be missed by many.
Thoughts and prayers for Bob and Beth’s family at this time. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel. Her love and passion for life will be missed.