Elizabeth Jayne

Elizabeth Katherine Jayne (Miller)

Tuesday, May 1st, 1956 - Friday, August 9th, 2019
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Beth Jayne, age 63, unexpectedly passed away on August 9th after weeks of difficulty recovering from cancer surgery. Born to Helen and James Miller (both deceased) in South Dakota, Elizabeth Katherine Miller lived most of her life in Colorado.

Graduating from Denver Christian High School in 1974, she served with The Navigators in Spain. Her 35 years of marriage to John Jayne, included various ministries in Colorado, many mission trips abroad and six years traveling with The Mid Valley Quartet. Most recently she and her husband have served at New Hope Community Church in South Fork, CO.

She leaves behind two children and their spouses John (and Misty) Jayne, Jeremy (and April) Jayne, and grandchildren: Kaitlyn (and Dustin) Robertson, Hannah and Hayden Reynolds, Kassandra Karel, Kylie Jayne, Connor Jayne, and great grandson, Jaxon Robertson. She also left behind two sisters and their spouses: Barbara (and Hermann) Mischke, Alice (and Brian) Brown, and brother Paul (and Carol) Miller. Her extended family includes numerous nieces and nephews and countless friends who have benefited from her sunny spirit and dedication to her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

A memorial service will be had at 10 a.m. on August 14th at New Hope Community Church, 25258 US-160 in South Fork, CO.

In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to The New Hope Church of South Fork.
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    Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 | 10:00am
    Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 10:00am
    New Hope Church
    25258 US-160
    South Fork, Colorado 81154
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HEART of Junction

Posted at 12:29pm
Beth touched the hearts of our entire church. Rest in peace, Dear Beth.
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Sandy Symanovich

Posted at 12:16am
I can't even describe how much this special lady is missed! Beth impacted us all in such a positive way. I was blessed to call her my friend, and she will always have a place in my heart. I know God will bless her richly in Heaven.
In addition to her awesome bible studies and inspiring music ministry, Beth was a talented writer! Some folks might not know that she wished to publish her collection of devotional short stories. After she shared the first story with me I was hungry to read them all. They are wonderful! At least one was published in the Pagosa newspaper. Perhaps someday, somehow, someone will gather up her writings and get them published in a pretty little devotional book honoring my good friend, Beth Jayne.
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Scot Loyd

Posted at 10:06pm
I didn't have the pleasure of knowing Elizabeth. I look forward to seeing her in the heavenly home. But I do know her influence, specifically her niece Teneil. Teneil is a wonderful representation of the faith in Christ that Elizabeth shared, and no doubt is now sharing in the reward of hearing "Well done" and being with our Lord forever. Blessing and peace to the family. "For to absent from the body is to be present with the Lord."

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