SALEM- Bambi Kay (Harroff) Beiling, 50, of Salem died at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at home. She fought a very good fight and remained very strong and spiritual. God saw she was getting tired, he came and took her by her hand and entered into the promised land.
Bambi was born on May 13, 1963, in East Liverpool and was the daughter of Harold Harroff and the late Bonnie (McKinnon) Harroff.
She was a medical assistant and mammography technician for the Center for Women in Canfield for nine years and had also worked at Salem Community Hospital. She had attended Youngstown State University and radiology technology training at the Salem hospital. She was a member of the Salem First Christian Church, and formerly served on the Praise Team, food bank and missions of the church.
Bambi was a very strong person, but her support these last 12 months came from her Heavenly Father, the true love of her life, Steve, and the many prayers lifted up to God.
In addition to her father of New Waterford, Bambi is survived by her husband, Steven K. Beiling, whom she married on Sept. 28, 1985; a step-son, Ryan (Dawn) Beiling of S.C.; grandchildren Alyson Beiling of Columbus and Emily Beiling of South Carolina; and siblings Terri Hudak and Sally Kolarik both of New Waterford.
There will be a service at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, at the Arbaugh-Pearce-Greenisen & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services, Salem, to reflect on the memories and to celebrate her final journey, walking the streets of Gold with God to his great mansion in Heaven.
The family has asked that Jeremy Klein officiate the services. There will be a time of visitation from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the funeral home.
The memorial contributions can be made in Bambi's memory with St. Jude's Hospital.
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