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Beth E. Paolini

May 19, 2016
Lake Placid News

Beth Eileen Paolini, 62, passed away peacefully on the night of Jan. 8, 2016, after a hard-fought battle with cancer.

Beth was born on Aug. 4, 1952 in Watertown, the daughter of Laurella A. Tyler and Ernest C. Tyler, by whom she was predeceased.

She is survived by five siblings: Ernest C. Jr., Penelope Rowsam, James, Donna (Hollis) Crowe and Ellen (Richard) Kellar.

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Beth thoroughly enjoyed the great outdoors. Following her initial career path of nursing at Mercy Hospital in Watertown, and after finding and marrying her love, Robert P. Paolini, their son, Jordan was born. Shortly thereafter, both decided to move to the heart of the Adirondacks in order to take advantage of the famed region's activities, as well as raise their only child in a much greener environment.

After finding and acquiring the business they would go on to own and operate for over 22 years, Beth and her husband purchased their dream, riverside home in Wilmington, just a little over a mile from the base of Whiteface Mountain. As a result of their family business, Lake Placid Video, Beth became a well-known, respected and appreciated member of the community to whom many people felt comfortable talking and spending time with regularly.

Beth was never one to let any form of challenge get the better of her. In most recent years, Beth selflessly made the decision to move away from her immediate family so that she would be able to care for her mother in the comfort of her own home in Dunellen, Florida. Beth simply strived to do the right thing every step of her journey.

For Beth, and the betterment of all our relationships, we ask you to please never waste an opportunity to express your love to those that matter. This time we have is far too short, but the unmistakable quenching force throughout it all is undoubtedly Love. The bonds that we form with family, friends and animals as we pass through life are the only true measure of happiness and joy that we'll ever really have. Beth loved us all. Anyone that was lucky enough to share even a minute in her presence knew this beyond a shadow of a doubt. Know that she will always be listening, for now she can be wherever she is needed. If there's one super-power she has always wanted, it would have been just that.

A funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21 at the M. B. Clark Inc. Funeral Home, 2310 Saranac Ave., Lake Placid, with the Rev. Robert Hess officiating.

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