Beth Ann Unger, 59, of Gordonville, Texas passed away on Friday, March 3rd after her short and intense battle with ovarian cancer.
Beth Ann was born on August 21st, 1963, to Tom & Katie Thomas in Garland, Texas and graduated from North Garland High School in 1981.
Beth Ann went on to excel in multiple careers over the years, from managing a jewelry store, to being a firefighter/paramedic, city development manager, waste management, and information technology professional to name a few.
She loved to spend her time outdoors, enjoying a round of golf or taking the boat out with her friends and family. She was also an incredible cook and had a strong affinity for travel.
Beth Ann had a knack for being just who she needed to be for each person in her life. She enjoyed making connections and mentoring others. She found ways to inspire others, lift them up, and help them become the best they could be.
In 2008, Beth Ann married Roger Unger in Trophy Club, TX. Combined, they have three sons – Justin & Jordan Gregory, and Christian Unger.
Beth Ann was preceded in death by her parents Tom & Katie Thomas. She is survived by her husband Roger Unger, children Justin & Ashley Gregory, Jordan & Madison Gregory, Christian & Krystal Unger, brother Mike Thomas, sister Donna & Larry White, and grandchildren Jace & Ashton Gregory, Leighton & Merrick Unger, and Luke & Hudson Methenitis.
Services will be held at Meador Funeral Home at 401 Hwy 377 North, Whitesboro, TX 76273 on Wednesday, March 8th at 11:00AM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA), an organization that is working to find a cure for the cancer that took her.
Beth Ann was one of the most genuine person ever. Prayers for her and Roger
Thank you, to sweet Beth Ann who lived an inspirational life and touched me personally and professionally. My heart breaks you are gone too soon. Sweet blessings and prayers to this family.
Dear Family of Beth Ann Unger ~
As a lifelong friend of Beth Ann’s sister Donna, I would like to offer my sincerest prayers and condolences to all of you. Your descriptions of her say it best. Truly, she was a light to everyone, with a servant’s heart.
As requested, I will be making a donation to OCRA, in loving memory of both Beth Ann Unger and her mother, Katie Thomas.
May His love continue to surround you all~
Sheryl Ford Waggoner
We are so sorry for all of you. Love you so much and our prayers with you.
Roger – I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our prayers.
BethAnn was an amazing person. I am so glad I was able to work with her for the past 8 years. She will be missed.
My condolences to the Unger family, may the wonderful memories of your lives with Beth Ann help guide you through these difficult moments.
We come across many people in our careers. I have never met anyone like Beth Ann. She challenged people to exceed their potential, encouraged them when times were tough, and was always so positive. She always showed how much she cared about Frisco and the staff. She has been such an important part of my career and my life. I will miss you dearly Beth Ann. With all the love and support I can send to the family.
My God grant you comfort and peace at this time of loss.
Beth Ann you will be missed by so many! Heaven gained an angel!
Roger & family you are in my thoughts and prayers! God bless you!
I will never forget working with Beth Ann at the City of Arlington! She was always the consummate professional, and just an overall sweet person. While I never met her family, I’m certain you have many fond memories of her. I pray that those memories bring smiles and encouragement to you when you need it most!!
I am keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Beth Ann was always an inspiration to those around her. She will be greatly missed. Prayers for the family.
My condolences to the Unger family. I had the pleasure of working with Beth Ann and she was nothing short of amazing.
Beth Ann was a pleasure to work with. She always made extremely good decisions and had tremendous people skills. She will be missed by all.
Beth Ann made a point to seek me out when I was new and didn’t know a soul in TAGITM. She made me feel welcomed and was around always when I needed help. What a lovely person and so wise. My prayers and condolences to her family.