|Birth: ||Jul. 13, 1944|
|Death: ||Sep. 11, 2011|
Blythe's very beautiful smile and blue eyes will live in our hearts forever. Cancer is the worst. But she was the best and will be dearly missed. The Denver Hospice staff was incredible at countless levels and many, many thanks from our family are extended out to them for their support and care of Blythe these past months.
Born in Denver, CO, Blythe was the daughter of the late Homer and Louisa (Pupke) Beatty, both chiropractic doctors. Her father was president of the University of Natural Healing Arts from 1923-1951. He wrote many text books; with her mom showing off Naturopathic techniques. Blythe was preceded in death by four of her siblings; Kim Beatty, Oliver Glenn Beatty, Joan "Rusty" Eifler, and Lynn Beatty.
She is survived by her three children: Christopher Cheslin, Amy Cheslin (Stanley Turner), and David Cheslin - all of Denver, CO. Three grandsons: Aiko Cheslin, Dylan Koji-Cheslin, and Brennen Turner. One granddaughter: Bradleigh Turner - all of Denver, CO. Two siblings: Gayle Brandenburg (Jon) of Osage Beach, MO and Brian Beatty of Cedaredge, CO. Nieces and Nephew: Brenda Clark of Centennial, CO, Aron Beatty (Ali; son – Aiden) of Aurora, CO, Jillian Kasowski (Matt; 4 children – Isaiah, Marian, John, and Vivian) currently in Xian, China. Extended Nieces and Nephew: Lisa Davis (Adam) of Chicago, IL, Abby Lett (Jeff; 2 children – Trey and Avery) of Woodstock GA, David Steinfeld of Los Angeles, CA, and Carra Cheslin of Newton, MA.
The Beatty family lived in Boulder, CO until 1953. Growing up in Denver, she attended three different high schools – East, Westminster, and finally South. She was married to Hugh Cheslin, they were later divorced but stayed good friends. Chris Vuletich came into her life a few years ago, and proudly called him her gentleman friend.
Blythe worked in real estate/relocation services at Coldwell Banker/Van Schaack, Richmond Homes, and at Kentwood. She served on the homeowner's boards at both the French Quarter (Denver) and The Shores (Aurora), and was involved in the World Instant of Cooperation. Blythe also held aspirations of aura reading, becoming a chiropractor, and massage therapist. She loved sailing on Lake Dillon, reading, and watching tear-jerker "made-for-tv" movies.
No memorial service will be held, but instead a Celebration of her Life will be held on Saturday, October 1st - please join us for memories, laughter and a potluck luncheon from 11:30am to 2:00pm at the Tears-McFarlane house; 1290 Williams Street, Denver, CO 80218.
Blythe chose to be interred on the All Soul's Walk at St. John's Cathedral (1350 Washington St, Denver) in their family crypt #A-81 with her brother – O. Glenn Beatty, Aunt and Uncle – Gretchen (Jo) and Harold (Harry) Ellms, and her mother - Dr. Louisa Beatty.
All Souls Walk at Saint Johns Cathedral
Created by: Ellen Stanton
Record added: Mar 01, 2013
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