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Unfathomable Loss with Beth Savage

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Unfathomable Loss with Beth Savage

Beth_Savage_2_335051732.jpgJane met Beth in the Grief Sanctuary Room at the Beautiful Dying Expo this past November. They started talking about what brought Beth to the Expo and the story that unfolded was one of unimaginable grief. Beth lost five family members in one year, including her son’s suicide just before his 17th birthday. This stunningly brave woman shares her entire journey about her son’s death and then losing her mother to cancer just a short three months while later. Her path will inspire you to work with your grief to help others grow and understand how precious each moment on this planet really is. Join Jane and Beth for unfathomable loss on the next room.

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Beth_Savage_442050426.jpgBeth Savage is a new board member at the Hemlock Society of San Diego, an organization dedicated to educating the public about end of life choices.  She has over 25 years of experience in non-profit development.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a J.D. with a public interest law emphasis and an MBA.  In 2011, Beth lost her son to suicide and her mother to cancer 3 months later. Beth is newly married to a middle school English teacher, has a mastiff puppy named Jolene (yes, after the Dolly Parton song), and is a mediocre gardener and cook.  She is a Pisces, although she cannot swim.

 

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About Jane Asher:

Jane Asher is a natural connector, who got her start in media through Michigan radio in 1980. She soon traveled west and has worked at legendary radio stations such as KTYD Santa Barbara, KGB, KSON and K-BEST 95 in San Diego. She also received the prestigious Marconi Award for her work on 98.1 KIFM.

Her natural curiosity led her to expand her business by including marketing and social media. When anyone asks her what she does for a living she responds; "I connect inspired people with one another, especially those with a desire to help others."

Jane has been involved in many international missions. She is part of a team for the past five years that has been building homes in Tijuana for families in need. She has also traveled to El Salvador to feed the homeless, Malaysia to help build a school on Borneo, and Armenia to work with women and children in the small village of Amre Taza. Recently she was in the Dominican Republic on humanitarian mission.

After years in broadcasting, voiceover and social media she is finally answering her true calling. Writing. Her forth-coming book(s) deal with her fascination and connection with souls that have transitioned. She is actively in research mode and writing daily. Her show on Empower~ The Next Room is part of her attraction process and research for her book.