Elizabeth (Beth) (BeBe) Webb Eadie, age 58, of San Antonio, Texas passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 7, 2021.
Beth was born on June 14, 1962 in Memphis, TN to Rufus Martin Webb and Dee Ann Caskey. Beth married John D. Eadie in Atlanta, Georgia on August 25, 1984. She graduated in 1984 from Berry College in Rome, GA. Beth was a resident of the Atlanta Area before relocating to San Antonio in 1994. Beth started her career in retail and quickly moved to teaching high school family and consumer science in Kennesaw and Marietta, GA and then in San Antonio, Texas. She retired from teaching at Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio in 2011. She joined her husband at their company, Covenant, soon afterwards providing financial and other support to family clients of the firm. Beth was an avid tennis and pickle ball player, a snow skier, a world traveler, and had recently developed an enjoyment for golf.
Her deepest passion was investing in friends, the larger community, and the children and youth of her church through Bible Study, prayer, and personal community. Beth (BeBe) received her greatest joy spending time watching her two little granddaughters, and soon-to-be grandson, grow and flourish. Beth was a long-time member of University United Methodist Church and the Harvester's Sunday School Class in San Antonio. Beth served her San Antonio community on the boards of Blueprint Ministries, Impact San Antonio, and Providence Place.
Beth is survived by her loving husband John D. Eadie their son, Matthew (Matt) D. Eadie and Matt's wife Hollyann Borden Eadie; grandchildren, Carly Ann Eadie, Adelyn Joy Eadie, Luke Duggan Eadie (coming June 2021) and their beloved pets Screech (cat) and a lot of others who predeceased her.
A celebration of life will be held at University United Methodist Church in San Antonio on February 28, 2021 at 2:00pm. A link to register to attend will be added at a later time.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in honor of Beth to:
2926 S Presa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78210
6487 Whitby Road
San Antonio, Texas. 78240
The family cannot begin to express its gratitude for the huge outpouring of compassion and care being shown by all who have been blessed to know Beth over the course of her life. She is singing with the angels forever.