April 15, 1966 ~ October 4, 2018

Born in: Fall River County, SD
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Wendy Louise Beckler, 52, of Indianapolis, passed away on October 4, 2018.  She was born in Fall River County, South Dakota on April 15, 1966.

Wendy graduated from High School as the salutatorian and from college with an Associate’s Degree. She worked as the office manager for a private company.

Wendy loved to be with family and friends, work in her beautiful yard, travel and eat great food.  She loved her kitty and her big dog Moo. Wendy had a huge heart for those she loved, a beautiful smile and a sharp mind. She was beautiful inside and out.

Wendy is survived by her husband, Jason Beckler; step-children, Tatiana, Reve’ & Jared Beckler; siblings, Melanie Smiley and Rhonda Beitelspacher.

A celebration of life will be held in the spring, details to be posted closer to the date.  Arrangements provided by Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services – Lawrence.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The American Cancer Society.

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  1. Love snd miss my dear sweet friend Wendy, I still cannot comprehended she is gone, love you my sweet friend❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  2. Jason,

    Words cannot begin to express how sorry I am for your loss. Wendy was a dear friend and will forever he in my heard. I will cherish her forever and always. Please keep on tough and let us know if we can do anything!!

  3. May you know comfort and rest, may you see His face and those you have loved who have gone before. May you know that your love has changed many for good. Thank you for being you.

  4. My dear Wendy. I will miss our chats on FB & text. Hard to believe you have left us a week already. I love you so much. I will cherish this last year & half of communication we had. May you have peace now. We shall meet in another time my dear niece. Love you always. ❤️😻🐾🐾

  5. My dear Wendy. I will miss our chats on FB & text. Hard to believe you have left us a week already. I love you so much. I will cherish this last year & half of communication we had. May you have peace now. We shall meet in another time my dear niece. Love you always. ❤️😻🐾🐾

  6. We love you so so much and you will be deeply missed!!!!

    Paul & Brandace Smiley
    Jaysan Smith
    Alexander, Kyvin, Krimzon, Landon, Symphony Smiley

  7. My beautiful Wendy. You suffered and yet you loved. You were in pain and yet you had others in mind. Your heart was deep and wide it filled my every day with the joys of you.
    Our home is now just a house filled with things. You made my life complete and were able to love me, help me be a better man, and see me more clearly than any other.
    I miss your cold little feet, your small hand holding my bear paw, and our nights of simple-ness.
    Rest now my wonderful wife. Rest, and we will see each other again.
    I will always love you.

  8. Wendy, what a beautiful smile, and big heart. And a warrior! She and Jason were a perfect couple. Gone too soon.
    We will miss you Wendy.

  9. I never knew Wendy personally.

    I do know she is someone very special.

    I know how special she is through having known her husband from high school.

    Through him I could see how full of life she is, how big and caring her heart is, and how special she is.

    My heart breaks at not having the opportunity to meet this woman.

    But, I know she is better now and her love is felt by all she touched.

  10. My sweet friend Wendy hard to believe you aren’t here, and even though you are gone from this earth you will always be in my heart and thoughts.
    You will have no more pain.
    ❤️ and miss you, And wish we had gotten to have that glass of wine we had talked about having together. I will miss our chats and your words of encourage.
    Fly High, Heaven has a New Angel.

  11. My condolences to your family from my family. She is in a better place. Think of the great days and memories you shared together they are priceless emotions!!

  12. My condolences.
    She was a special lady and I enjoyed our conversations.
    I am happy she is no longer suffering, but my heart aches for her family.
    My prayers to you all.

  13. It’s been a month since you passed. There are no words, no actions, and no amount of solace I could receive to wash my heartache away.
    You are the silence in-between the beats of my heart…The warmth of the sun when it peeks from behind a cloud.
    I may be alone, but “alone” only describes my journey.
    For I will carry you always in the space between each beat of my heart.
    Your loving husband,
    Jason

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