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Beatrice Kay Schreiber

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Beatrice Kay Schreiber, age 49 of Phoenix, AZ died October 30, 2019, in Phoenix, AZ. She was born July 3, 1970, the much-loved daughter of James and Ruth Schreiber. She attended Harris Elementary School, Borman Jr. High School, Maryvale High School, and Glendale Community College on a volleyball scholarship. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Education from Grand Canyon University. She was an excellent teacher and really cared about “her kids”.

Beatrice had a big, caring heart. She was part of the clown ministry at St. Vincent de Paul and her Aunt Kay’s caregiver for the Relay for Life. She was a coach for many sports teams and enjoyed playing softball and volleyball. She was a belly dancer and a licensed massage therapist. Beatrice will be greatly missed, but her suffering has passed and she is at peace.

Beatrice is survived by her parents, James and Ruth Schreiber; sisters, Anna Norris (Kyle), and Linda Baker (Ron); brothers, John Schreiber (Missi), Patrick Schreiber, and Daniel Schreiber (Stella); five nieces; six nephews; one great-niece; and one great-nephew. She leaves behind her loving God-parents, Aunt Mary and Uncle Harry, her medical advocate, Chris, and good friend Coach Shack.  Private services were held.  A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

9 Comments on “Beatrice Kay Schreiber

  1. Please accept my sincere condolences. It is an honor to serve your family. May your memories of Beatrice bring you peace and comfort.

  2. Dear Schreiber Family,
    I am so saddened about the passing of Bea Kay. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. You are a very special family to us always. Colleen McGuire and family

  3. I am deeply sorry and saddened to hear about Beatrice’s passing! You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. I am at a loss of my dear friend from high school. Bea Kay was a beautiful soul and it was such an honor to know her. I am sorry for your lost and will continue to keep the family in prayer.

  5. Dear Jim, Ruth and family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your daughter and sister, Bea Kay.
    We want you to know that you will be in our prayers as you find the
    strength to cope with your loss.
    The Fortiers

  6. We are deeply sorry for the loss of your daughter. She had many accomplishments in such a short time. May the Lord bless your family and daughter rest in peace.

    Joe & Rosalie Soto

  7. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of your family. Shauna Golladay

  8. So sorry to hear about Bea. I used to work with her at VDP many years ago. She was funny, kind and accepting. She was an extremely hard worker and the kids loved going to her classes. I have fond memories of her.
    My condolences to her loved ones.
    Marva V

  9. To the Schreiber family and Linda, I’m so sorry to hear about Bea Kay. I have been thinking about her and Linda since I heard about BK. I was lucky to have coached both Bea and Linda and know your family for many years during the Maryvale volleyball years. Bea was a hard worker and great competitor, she and Shelly made a great combo positions. Her best quality was being a wonderful person. Please accept my condolences.

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