Alyssa Beck-Baumann

Died: December 9, 2017
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Our sweet Alyssa is now with Jesus in heaven. On Saturday, December 9th, 2017 Alyssa Elaine Beck-Baumann finished her courageous 8-year battle with melanoma cancer and is now in heaven. Alyssa was born on November 15th 1993 in Abington, PA just outside of Philadelphia. She is survived and will be dearly missed by her loving husband Brad, parents Corin and Danne, brothers Austin and Hunter, in-laws Carl and Sharon Baumann, sister in-law Lindsey, grandparents Ron & Elaine Fathke (Parker, SD) and James Beck (York, PA), Marie Lindsey and Bill and Mary Sheila Baumann, aunts, uncles and cousins. She is predeceased by her grandmother Jean Beck of York, PA. Alyssa was a graduate of the Vestal Class of 2012 and the SUNY Broome class of 2014. She loved sports and played on Softball and Volleyball teams for high school, college and church. Alyssa was working towards her bachelors in science in Psychology/Biology at SUNY Binghamton until recently. She worked at the Sol Stone Nutrition Center in Vestal, NY hoping to make a difference and provide inspiration in people’s lives. In July of 2016, Alyssa married the love of her life Brad Baumann. Their deep and loving relationship was a true example of how to be life partners with caring and compassion with a deep and everlasting love that began in high school. They loved to travel and spend time in new places experiencing the excitement of each new adventure. Alyssa had many passions in life, from renovating her home, decorating and shopping with the girls, to always advocating for those that needed help. She had a love for all animals and rescued many over the years. Every Christmas Alyssa gathered friends and family to spread the true spirit of Christmas for those in need. Alyssa enjoyed many sports, she loved to compete, and she excelled at whatever she did. On the field or court she was fearless and strong as a lion. Off the court, she was compassionate, inspiring and caring. She knew what she wanted out of life and always had hope for the future with the light of God. Alyssa always chose to live life to it’s fullest and appreciate the simple things in life of family, friends and her fur babies. She especially enjoyed spending time with her brothers and their many good times together. She loved being a big sister. She also enjoyed going on family vacations with the cousins and on travel adventures from Boston to Florida to South Dakota to Seattle, as well as, the relaxing fun times at the lake. Alyssa took great joy in spending time with her family and her friends, she also loved spending time with their children. They were all so important to her and despite all the busyness that happens in life some of her best moments were spending time with them and watching them grow. Alyssa faced life with extreme courage, compassion and patience. She, her husband and her families are eternally thankful for all who cared, prayed and helped her in small and large ways during her challenging journey. A foundation has been set up in honor of Alyssa for those who would like to donate a gift in lieu of flowers. Your donations will go towards those organizations/charities that Alyssa cared most deeply about: childhood cancer, animal rescue/adoption, nutritional disorders and families in need. Donations through GoFundMe.com/the-alyssa-beckbaumann-foundation.
Funeral Services will be held Thursday December 14, 2017 at 12 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 29 Grant Avenue, Endicott. Burial will be in Vestal Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Wednesday December 13, 2017 from 4-7 pm at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 East Main Street, Endicott.

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Visitation Information

Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Allen Memorial Home

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511-513 East Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

Service Information

Date: Thursday, December 14, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm

First Presbyterian Church

Address:

29 Grant Street, Endicott, NY, 13760

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Cemetery Information

Vestal Park Cemetery

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328 Main Street, Vestal, NY, 13760

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Craig Waldron posted on 12/14/17

My deepest sorrow for your loss.

 

Melanie Wagner posted on 12/14/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this sad time. Praying for strength and healing. The Wagner Family

 

Patricia Sweeney posted on 12/13/17

So sorry for your loss. I will pray for all of you during this very sad time for your family. I just began working at Vestal HS a few years ago and read that Alyssa was a graduate of our school. I didn't know her but she will be on my heart and mind as I walk through the doors of our school each day. My sincerest condolences. Mrs Sweeney

 

Irv Bakal posted on 12/13/17

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you, The Bakal family

 

Jonalyn Cooper posted on 12/13/17

Many prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this sad time. Knowing that God has His angel is comforting. I pray you find peace knowing that.

 

Mallory posted on 12/13/17

One of the brightest souls I ever met. My thoughts are with her family. We were all so blessed to know her.

 

Wendy Carlin posted on 12/13/17

What a beautiful gentle soul heaven received. Alyssa always presented herself with such grace and kindness. Her silent strength encouraged my daughter as well as all of her teammates on the volleyball court. She fought as hard as she could to beat the cancer but God was ready for his angel. My heart aches for her family and all who loved her here in earth but she can now be at peace in heaven. I feel so blessed to have known such a beautiful soul. ?

 

Lauren Kligman posted on 12/12/17

While I only knew Alyssa for a short time, she made a huge impact on me. Her caring heart and love was ever presented. I wish I knew her longer, she was an amazing woman.

 

John Harlow posted on 12/12/17

Corin, Danne and Brad We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Alyssa. Nobody her age should ever have to suffer so much or for so long; it's just so unfair. May you find peace and solace in knowing that her suffering is now behind her for ever more. No more tears. No more pain. Just God's grace. Your loss must be nearly unbearable today but as reading this condolence book suggests, she touched so many and was loved by everyone she met. In time we hope that the sadness of today will be replaced by the fond memories of just how she touched your lives and those of all who met her. Please trust that in time you will laugh again......she will see to that. Her legacy will be great. I expect her friends will do great things with her always in their thoughts. Her brothers will live much fuller lives knowing they have to pick up the years of which Alyssa was so wrongly cheated. I know they will rise to that challenge! Everything they do will be with Alyssa in mind. They will amaze us all, I feel sure! May dear Brad stay close to you always and we pray he finds some solace. I can't even begin to imagine the loneliness he feels and the pain he's enduring. He's a great man though. He's strong, decent and kind. That's come through over the past few years. He too will be stronger eventually but I pray he finds some comfort in the next few weeks and months. Our love to you all.......we are always here for you. John, Kathleen, James, Alex and Paige Harlow

 

Janet and Bill Profilet posted on 12/12/17

Corin and family - our greatest condolences for your loss. Alyssa sounds like she was a wonderful young lady, and it is heartbreaking to lose her at such a young age. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Nancy Heichemer posted on 12/12/17

Dear, Corin, Danne, Austin and Hunter, Our thoughts and deepest sympathy to all of you. We were so sad to here about Alyssa’s passing. She was such a beautiful and sweet girl. May all your special memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. You will all be in our prayers. Rick, Nancy,Siobhan,Corinne and Matthew Heichemer

 

Noreen Millen posted on 12/12/17

Danne, Cory, Austin & Hunter - for many years we spent lots of time watching volleyball, football and baseball together in Vestal. Our memories of Alyssa are of her sweet, outgoing personality and her ever present smile. Our thoughts are with you and our hope is that you find comfort and peace during this most difficult time. Rick & Noreen (Lovelass) Millen, Emily and Jimmy Lovelass

 

dorothy ortu posted on 12/12/17

Corin and family - I am so sorry for your loss. Please take care. Dottie

 

Marianne, Paul, Greg & Marie Taylor posted on 12/12/17

Dear Beck and Baumann families, What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful soul! Alyssa's light and love was passed along to everyone she touched and will live on to make the world a better place. We keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. May your faith, love and support of family and friends help you through this difficult time of mourning and transition to live without Alyssa in this world. Blessings and sympathy, The Taylor Family

 

Debra Butler posted on 12/12/17

Dear Danne, we are so sorry for to hear of the passing of your daughter. What a beautiful caring, sweet young woman ❤️ Our prayers are with you all ..If you need anything please let us know!! God Bless Debbie and Christine Butler and family ?

 

Ehtisham Siddiqui posted on 12/12/17

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God give you all the strength to bear this tragic loss.

 

Donna Cascarino posted on 12/12/17

So sorry for your loss, Corin. Peace be with you and your family. Donna

 

Marga and Manfred Zerbe posted on 12/12/17

Our prayers go out to all of you, she was such a brave and beautiful girl, we hope God guides you thru this difficult time

 

Cynthia posted on 12/12/17

Sending my deepest condolences! ❤️??

 

Norma Santacrose posted on 12/11/17

Our hearts ache for you All. Many thoughts and prayers.

 

Liz goodwin posted on 12/11/17

Brad and Beck Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember that in elementary school, Alyssa was always bubbly and happy. You are in my thoughts and prayers

 

Diana Stewart posted on 12/11/17

Alyssa you are a beautiful bright star and I know you will forever be an angel watching over your family. I am so glad I had the chance to know you. forever my love Mrs. Stewart

 

Sakura posted on 12/11/17

My thoughts and prayers to Alyssa's parents, relatives, and loved ones. It pains me to see through social media that a fellow classmate has passed on so early. And even though I wasn't close to her, I remember Alyssa being a ray of sunshine, always smiling and laughing in school.. May her memory and soul live on <3.

 

Cindy posted on 12/11/17

I cannot tell you how sorry I am to her about Alyssa's passing. I pray that you continue to celebrate her life. God Bless Cindy Zaparzynski

 

Lydia Stewart posted on 12/11/17

Alyssa was my lab partner in Microbiology at SUNY Broome. It was obvious that she was a Christian to me and her cheerful personality was such a light. I didn't know her well but look forward to seeing her in heaven with our Saviour Jesus Christ!

 

William Jakes posted on 12/11/17

Dear Brad Corin Danne Sharon Carl: The depth of your loss is immeasurable. Only God knows and understands. May your faith and trust in the Lord be comforting as you grieve the loss of lovely Alyssa. I am so sorry. Please accept my profound sympathy. Your hearts may be broken but as the message of her passing describes she is with Jesus. No more suffering. Thank you Lord for your promises that we claim. God Bless Bill Jakes

 

Shay & Kyle Becker posted on 12/11/17

Our dear sweet niece, Alyssa, will be forever and deeply missed. She lived caringly, laughed hard and loved with every fiber of her being. This world will never be the same without you in it but it is now a much better place by having shared so much of yourself with all of us over your short life. We truly hated to see you leave us Alyssa Elaine but you are no longer suffering and are now in the open and loving arms of not only the Lord but also your Grandma Beck.... you are in excellent hands!! With all of our love... you WILL be eternally missed.... Aunt Shay & Uncle Kyle, Allie & Grant

 

Tim Labosky posted on 12/11/17

Corin & Family, Our deepest condolences. God be with you all. The Labosky Family

 

Ginger posted on 12/11/17

I am so sorry for your loss

 

Sally and Steve Beck posted on 12/11/17

Our prayers are with Brad and the entire family.

 

James Vachon posted on 12/11/17

Love to you, Brother. The Men of Lambda Chi Alpha Zeta Zeta Pennsylvania State University

 

James Vachon posted on 12/11/17

Deepest of sympathies and much love to you all.

 

Sue Zimmerman posted on 12/11/17

So very sorry for your loss. May God wrap you in his embrace as you heal. My prayers for strength as you travel this most difficult road.

 

Hinds family posted on 12/11/17

Austin and family We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Need anything please reach out to us. The Hinds family

 

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