Beth Ann Stiltner

February 27, 1972 ‒ June 25, 2020

Sparta, Ohio
Formerly of Marion, Ohio

Beth Ann Stiltner, age 48, of Sparta, OH, died peacefully early Thursday morning at her home surrounded by her loving family.  Beth was a Lead Teacher for Infants and Toddlers with Knox County Headstart for 10 years.

Born February 27, 1972 in Marion, OH to Thomas K. and Rebecca M. (Hart) Daugherty.  Beth earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Heidelberg University where she played on the Volleyball Team.

Beth was an avid reader and sports fan, especially the Buckeyes and ‘Da Bears and she enjoyed hot yoga and her pets.  She was especially proud of her almost 24 year marriage and her children.

Beth is survived by her loving husband, Rob; children, Robert III of Virginia Beach, VA, Elora of Tiffin, OH, Taylor and Kyleigh both of Sparta; mother and step-father, Rebecca and Carl Sloat of Marion; father, Thomas K. Daugherty of Columbus.

Friends may call from 2 – 5 PM on Saturday, June 27, 2020 at DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. State Route 61, (at SR 3), Sunbury.  Private family services.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Stiltner family.  Please share a memory or condolence with the family on this website.

  • Rob, Robert, Taylor, Kyleigh and family,
    We PRAY that the Lord brings you comfort as you go through this very difficult time….We are PRAYING you feel HIS presence and the closeness of others in a sincere way that eases your grief and gives you hope. “The Lord Bless you and Keep You Always”
    Bob and Diana Tocheff

  • We are deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. Our heart goes out to each of you.Our thoughts and prayers are with you,
    Wes and Dawn Smith

  • Lifting you up to our Lord Almighty to bring you thru this with His peace that surpasses all understanding.
    May you lean on Him and comfort each other as He holds you and you hold each other.
    I’m so sorry for your loss.
    Love,
    Maggie, Dave and Morrigan Broadwater

  • Stiltner family- We loved Beth and she was such a kind, fun person to be around. We so enjoyed sitting with her at vball games and band performances. We love you guys and are praying for you at this time. Sorry that we will miss her service this weekend and hope to connect with you all soon.

  • To the Stiltner family,
    I am so saddened to read about the loss of Beth. Your wife/mom was such a joy to know. I always looked forward to talking with her because she was always such a positive and sweet person. I’m sure she instilled so many of her qualities in each of you like being thoughtful, caring and loving. Keep her memory close by continuing to model the things she taught you. Smile and laugh when you think of the wonderful times you had as a family. Lean on one another and know that she will always be with .you and around you when you are missing her the most. Please know that you are being prayed for and thought of today and during the difficult days ahead. Reach out to others when you need to and speak of her often. It will help you through the saddest of days and even make you smile when you least expect it.
    If I can be of any help to any of you, please feel free to reach out.

  • Rob and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know many thoughts and prayers are sent your way!

  • Our prayers and though are with you all. Beth always had a smile for you when she saw you even when you may not have seen her.for hears. We love you all.

  • Rob and family,
    My most sincere and heartfelt condolences to all of you. May you find peace in the warm memories and love that you hold in your heart.
    Julie Fishman

  • To The Stiltner family
    I am so very sorry over the loss of Beth. I know she fought the good fight and is now with her Heavenly Father. My deepest sympathy to all family and friends. I will be praying that our Lords grace will be sufficient for you all .
    Sincerely with Love
    Pat Tracy

  • To. Rob and family,

    I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. May the memories you have made through the years lift you during the days and years ahead. Love and sympathy to you all.

    Lou Ann Newlove

  • So sorry to the family and her children. It was a joy to have Beth work at V5 for a couple years and she was always a joy to have around. Trust in the Lord to help you through these tough times ahead.

  • So sorry for your loss. Beth fought long and hard to be here for her family. She was always such a calm and supportive parent at volleyball games. Little did we know the massive determination and incredible will to fight, that was within her. We sincerely hope that her example of determination and toughness, has filtered through every member of your family, and that you will get through this together. We are all better for having known her.

  • Rob and family,
    I am so very sorry about Beth’s passing. I pray for strength in times ahead and that warm memories will bring comfort.
    Blessings

  • Keeping you in our hearts and in our prayers. May God keep you in His loving arms and give you peace that passes all understanding.

  • Rob and family, Tom Daugherty ,and Becky Hart So sorry for your loss. Beth was such a beautiful person inside and out. Hope the memories of your years be a comfort to all of you. Love all of you.
    Alice Daugherty and Patrick and Timys Daugherty

  • Rob and family: so sorry for your loss. Beth was always delightful and kind. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. The Davies

  • Kyleigh and family,

    We were so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

    Alexis, Dani and Mia Felder

  • Rob and family,
    Our prayers and deepest sympathies are with you during this time. Thankful for the peace provided by the Holy Spirit.

  • Beth has gone back to the stars, Rest in peace.

    My thoughts and condolences are with the Stiltner family and all of Beth’s friends.

  • Rob and Family, My heart grieves with you in this profound and seemingly premature loss of a wife and mom. May the God of all comfort sustain you and give you Peace.

  • I’m heartbroken with this news. I loved Beth. I’m gonna miss her smile and energy. I’m glad to know though that she is pain free and with Jesus now.
    Praying for the Stiltner family.

  • Tom & family, John & I are thinking of you & holding you in our hearts. So sad to lose a child & one as vivacious as I remember Beth. Sue Baldauf

  • I am so saddened by the news about Beth’s passing. I coached Taylor in soccer when she was a young girl, and I loved talking to Beth before and after practice and/ or games. She was an amazing mom, friend and wife. Prayers and love go out to all of you during this horrific time.

    Christine (Myerholtz) Belcastro

  • You have our deepest sympathy. Having moved to Fla 38 tr ago I didn’t get to know Beth well but when we lived there Beth always seemed she was full of life and a happy, fun girl. We do feel deeply for your loss.
    Love Shorty ,Jourdan ,Tyler Cheyenne And Moses our latest one.

  • Stiltner Family,

    We are incredibly saddened by Beth’s passing. She had such a positive influence on everyone she touched. We fondly remember the many good times with her during our work at Sparta United Methodist church! It was an honor and pleasure to serve the Lord with her. We are continually praying for you, and know that the Lord will keep you during this most difficult time.

  • Rob,
    You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I’m praying that God will wrap you and your family in His living arms and that good memories help you as you grieve during this loss.

  • Rob, Robby, Elora, Taylor, and Kyleigh (and Becky, Tom, and Carl) – there aren’t any words I can share with you to make things feel better right now, I wish there were. Beth was such an amazing woman and our family has many fond memories of all of you all at baseball/softball games, cookouts, play dates, Christmas eve power outages/camp outs in the living room, Pampered Chef parties, Bible studies/VBS, scouts, and just being neighbors. I am so deeply sorry for your loss – Beth was the kind of friend every person needs in their lives: supportive, forgiving, kind, honest (the things we need to hear vs what we want to hear), and above all, loving.

    Please accept my apologies for not making it to the visitation – I was traveling and just got home late last night. Much love to you all.

  • To Beth’s Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Beth was such a wonderful and nurturing caretaker to my daughter at the child care center. From our first day there, Beth was gentle and supportive and steady. I felt she was like a second mother to my own daughter. She has left this world far too soon, but I believe that because she was such a gem of a person the impact she had on those around her (including so many small children) will last all of our lives and down into future generations. My prayers are with your family at this time.

  • We’re praying for you and thinking of you in Warren, Rob. So sorry about this loss for you and your family.

  • so very sorry for you and your family. my prayer are with you and your family and friend.