Renee J. Beyer, 39, of
Rector Road, died Monday, April 15, at Upstate
Medical University Hospital, Syracuse,
surrounded by her loving family.
funeral Mass will be said 10 a.m. Saturday, April 20, at St.
Peterís Catholic Church, Lowville with Rev.
Christopher Carrara, Pastor, officiating. Burial will follow
in Martinsburg Cemetery. Calling hours are 6 to 8 p.m.
Friday, April 19, at Iseneker Funeral Home, Lowville.
Born Feb. 26, 1974, in Lowville, the daughter of the late
Lawrence P. Rhubart and Jane C. Jones Rhubart, she graduated
in 1992 from South Lewis Central School.
She attended Herkimer County Community College and received
her AAS in Business Administration in 1994. She continued
her education at SUNY IT in Utica and graduated in 1996 with
a bachelorís degree in business administration.
After graduation, Renee worked for the Lodging Kit Company
in Boonville as Marketing Services Manager. In October 2001,
Renee began working at the Lewis County Department of Social
Services, before beginning her employment with the Lewis
County Planning Department as a Planner in February of 2005.
Renee currently held the position of Senior Planner at the
Lewis County Planning Department. In addition to being a
Senior Planner she was a successful entrepreneur and the
owner/operator of Aspen Knoll Cabins located on the
Swernicki Road in Lowville.
She was united in marriage with Dean G. Beyer at St.
Maryís Catholic Church in Constableville on June 5, 1999,
with Rev. Pascal Rys officiating. Dean and Renee have made
their home together on the Rector Road in Lowville with
their two children.
Mrs. Beyer was a graduate of the inaugural class of the
Lewis County Leadership Academy, an accomplishment she was
extremely proud of. She served on the Board of Directors for
Double Play Sports and was instrumental in the development
and operations of this complex. She was a former member of
the Board of Directors at Hand In Hand Early Childcare
Center and a team sponsor and coach for AYSO soccer.
Renee was a communicant of the St. Peterís Catholic
She always lived life to the fullest, achieving all that she
wanted, and always looking to the future to better her
She enjoyed running, gardening, cleaning, reading, watching
movies with her family, jeeping and enjoying life to the
Renee will be greatly missed by all of her family and
She is survived by her loving husband, Dean; a son Jason,
11, a daughter, Kelsey, 9; her mother and step-father, Jane
and Randolph Myers of Turin; three sisters and
brothers-in-law, Amy and Brian Snyder of Boonville; Jolene
and Scott Chrzanowski of Constableville; Caryl and Chad
Petrus of Constableville; her mother and father-in-law,
Nancy and Walter Beyer Jr. of Lowville; brothers-in-law and
sisters-in-law, James Beyer of Lowville; Tony and Julie
Beyer of Lowville; Dawn and Douglas Jackson of Croghan;
Joseph and Karen Beyer of Lowville; Ernest and Amy Beyer of
Lowville; Lori Beyer-Teal of Saratoga; Donald Beyer of
Simpsonville, N.C.; Daniel and Sherry Beyer of Lowville; and
many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Renee
Beyer Memorial Fund, (an educational fund for her children)
c/o Community Bank, 7395 Turin Road, Lowville, NY 13367.
Condolences may be made online at www.isenekerfuneralhome.com.
Information provided by Iseneker Funeral Home of Lowville and