Beth Moise was born February 21st, 1945 in Champagne Urbana, Illinois. She lived a life so full that many would say in one life she lived many. Beth was a pioneer. She was a pioneer at the forefront of balancing an international career as a business executive with being a one-of-a-kind mother and wife. She was a Fortune 500 global executive having held senior leadership positions at US West, British Telecom, Qwest and Media One. For two decades, she was often found traveling between Albuquerque and various countries around the globe. After retiring, she established her own consulting business specializing in organizational structure and development, strategic planning and executive coaching. Along with her consulting business, she was passionately involved in area non-profits where she sat on numerous boards where she often led governance committees.
She was married to Steve Moise for 52 years and has two sons, Grant and Adam. She also has two daughters-in-law, Katie and Alyson along with five fabulous grandchildren: Macy, Sienna, Lyle, Sadie and Reid. Her grandkids affectionately called her "BB", and she loved her time with them more than just about anything. Family and friends meant the world to Beth as she would rarely miss an event because the experiences she shared with each of them brought her great joy. When you were in her presence, you could feel her energy, passion, and love. We are saddened to no longer be in her presence, but we are comforted knowing that so many people will continue to feel her endless love.
In lieu of flowers, if you wish, you may make a contribution to one of the following organizations where she served as a current Board Member: National Dance Institute of New Mexico, Performance Santa Fe, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, or The Santa Fe Opera. If you prefer, you may contribute to Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, or UNM Cancer Center.
A memorial service will be held in Santa Fe at the New Mexico Museum of Art's Saint Francis Auditorium on Friday, December 6 at 3 PM, with a reception to follow at the Moise home.
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