Beth June Bagley McArthur

6/1/1954 ~ 11/6/2022

Our extraordinary mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and friend Beth June Bagley McArthur, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on November 6, 2022, in her home in Provo, Utah. Beth to her friends, and June to her family, was 68. She was born on June 1, 1954, in Logan, Utah to Royal Anderson Bagley and Iris Mary Ellen Goodwin Bagley.

Beth June grew up in a strong, tight-knit family. She was the fifth of eight children. She graduated from North Sanpete High School in 1972 and married Randy Kay McArthur. As a life-long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she treasured her testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ and her strong connection to her pioneer ancestors.

She loved to serve her family, friends, and had an exceptional gift for making friends; making others feel welcome, and lighting up the room with her warming smile. She was a hard-worker throughout her life, however, she most enjoyed being a home-health nurse and working with her friends in assisted living facilities. She considered co-workers as well as patients as friends. She simply wanted to make everyone feel welcomed and loved.

To us, she was Mom. We could count on her to give advice, a shoulder to cry on, a shared laugh, and course-correction for our lives when necessary. She had an unwavering testimony about Jesus Christ and the importance of the scriptures as guides for us throughout our lives. Her strong testimony assured her that she would see her parents and loved ones one day. Mom lived her life with the motto “Bloom where you’re planted”. She made the most of every situation –good or bad– knowing the Lord’s eternal perspective for each of was about being tried and tested throughout this mortal journey. Mom’s contagious optimism, ever-fighting attitude, charitable compassion, and unconditional love was shared with each of her children, family, and friends.

We love you, Mom and Grandma, and Great-Grandma! Thank you for always being our friend.

She is survived by her children, Ryan Randy McArthur (Melissa), Kyle Royal McArthur, Jennivee Ella Wohlwend (Justin), Brittany Beth Harward (Chanley), eight grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Her siblings Laura Blackham (Leonard), Bruce Bagley (Bonnie), Janice Nelson (Kay), Lynn Bagley (Marilyn), Darrel Bagley (Lori), Nathaniel “Bobby” Bowman (Shirley), and sister-in-law Jenna Bagley. She was also proceeded in death by her parents, her brother Roger Bagley, and her ex husband. Funeral Services for Beth June will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 11, 2022, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building in Moroni, Utah. A viewing will be held at the same location Thursday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and a family viewing Friday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Her interment will be held in the Moroni City Cemetery following funeral services. She will be laid to rest by her parents Royal and Iris.

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5 Responses to “Beth June Bagley McArthur”

  1. Connie Ames says:

    I send all my love and sympathy to Beth’s family. She lived a Christ-like life, always willing to help and serve others. I’m sure that her earthly report card will be a Big A+. I’m sure her parents welcomed her with open arms. May her family be blessed and comforted at this hard time until that happy day when you are all reunited. 🙏❤️

  2. TERRIE says:

    My deepest sympathy to your family. I have so many memories of us as kids. You were always so sweet and kind I thought you were the most beautiful person I had ever met the world is not the same without you in it. Rest in Paradise beautiful Beth June, I love you and will miss you, Terrie Lynn

  3. Beth was a beautiful amazing lady. I will always remember her smile and her laugh. She is and always will be a great and loving mom. She cared so much for her family.

  4. Burke and Verla Smith says:

    Our love and sympathy go out to all of you great family. We loved to visit with Beth when we were her home and visiting teachers. She always had a beautiful smile and a good word for everyone. It was so fun to watch all of you grow up in Mt. Pleasant.

  5. LaPriel Dye says:

    Heaven has a new sweet, beautiful angel. Beth was always so kind and loving. May you find comfort in your good memories and all the love and prayers sent your way.