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Jennifer L. Bechtol

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Jennifer L. Bechtol, 56, of Florence, passed away unexpectedly on July 13, 2022. Jennifer was an
avid traveler, coffee and wine enthusiast, dog lover, and enjoyed spending free time with her
family. She was involved with charitable organizations, and an active member throughout the
community. Jennifer was a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s in
Marketing. Jennifer had an esteemed professional career in management at two Fortune 500
companies.

Jennifer was preceded in death by: Paul Andrew Myers, father
Jennifer is survived by her loving husband of 35 years, Ron Bechtol; son, Connor Bechtol;
daughter, Cailey Bechtol; dog, Kona; mother, Mary Myers; brother, Mike Myers; brother, Steve
Myers; sister, Judi Myers; brother, Jim Myers.

Services will be held privately by the family. Memorial contributions can be made to
organizations Jennifer was actively participating in: the Honor Flight Network, LifeCenter Organ
Donor Network, AMVETS.

Online condolences can be left at www.LinnemannFuneralHomes.com

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You will be missed

Lanitra reached out to tell me the news, she knew that Jennifer and I were close while I worked at ADP. Jennifer had a very stressful job, but one would never know because every encounter with her was warm and upbeat. Jennifer was someone that truly listened, wanted to help and worked diligently to make a difference. She was well respected and someone that followed through on her word. Although I did not have the opportunity to get to know Jennifer outside of work, I can only imagine how special she was to be around and how she impacted everyone that had the honor of knowing her. Hoping you take comfort in the beautiful memories, you will all be in my thoughts and prayers.
– Kim


Thank you

You were an angel who walked among us. You stood by us in our struggles, celebrated our special moments, small or big . You listened even when nothing was said and went above and beyond to make our lives better. Your life was a living testimony of God’s love. You showed us what it means to love thy neighbor no matter their background. Not one day have we imagined life without you and it is very hard to think of it that way as your earth mission is fulfill. Now that all we have left are your legacy and your family that we get to call ours, we know that you will rest peacefully Jennifer. We will for ever continue to love you and your wonderful family.

Ephese and Patricia


A wonderful human being

I had the honor of working with Jennifer since the day she joined ADP. She was smart, talented, easy to get along with and just a wonderful person to work with. She exuded positivity in each interaction and genuinely cared for the people she worked with. My prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
She will truly be missed by her ADP family.


A dear friend

Jennifer touched many lives in the very best way. I’m grateful I got the chance to know her as both a colleague and a friend. I will miss our talks about planned vacations, family updates and life at ADP. I pray that the memories of Jennifer bring you comfort in the difficult days ahead.

Danielle Stewart


A wonderful friend

It’s nearly impossible to put into words what a blessing Jennifer was in my life. She was a great manager and mentor but most of all, she was a wonderful friend. Jennifer was kind, compassionate and fiercely loyal, she was someone you could always count on no matter the need. I’ll miss her answering the phone with “hey girl” and her laugh. Our last text was talking about how we needed to “catch-up”. Unfortunately, we didn’t have the chance before she left us. I look forward to being greeted in heaven with “hey girl” and getting to catch up in eternity, where there are no distance or time constraints.

Ron, Connor and Cailey – She loved you with every fiber of her being. Her family was everything and she was so super proud of her kids. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that the Lord Jesus would wrap you in His peace, comfort and love during this difficult time.

-Lanitra Walls


A great person who left this life too soon

I had the opportunity to work with Jennifer for a number of years at Fidelity Investments. I will always remember JB as a kind and sweet person who had a customer centric philosophy. I have confidence that she is trying to pull strings in Heaven to help her UK Wildcats and her Baltimore Orioles have winning seasons. RIP my friend.


You meant so much to so many

While my relationship with Jennifer was work related, she always shared something about her family before we got into business. In fact, I can’t remember a time when Jennifer didn’t share something about Cailey or Connor. Ron, Cailey, and Connor, Jennifer was beyond proud of her family, and she became so excited for those times the family would all be together. I’m so sorry for everyone’s loss, Jennifer meant so much to so many. My heartfelt condolences to the Bechtol and Myers families for such a profound loss.
Rima Frye


Miss you so much

My condolences to the family, you lost a great women. She spoke about you all the time, I felt like I knew you all.

Jennifer was not only my manager but true friend. When we noticed her absence, so out of character, we all immediately we all began to worry. Our fears came to realization that we had talked to you just hours before your final days on this earth, I have learned so much from you and will always cherish our friendship, till we meet again JB!

Love you forever, Jackie Rafferty


Miss your wisdom

I still can’t believe you are not there with us. There are not many working days that we haven’t talked to each other in last two plus years. I am going to miss your wisdom, advise and care.
Connor/Cailey, your mom loves you both so much. Make her proud.
-Maddy


My Condolences

I worked with Jennifer at ADP for many years. She was my manager during a very difficult time in my life and she was always willing to help and make sure I was okay. She was a great person and I can only imagine how brightly she shined for her friends and family. I am so sorry for your loss and I pray God provides peace, strength, and understanding for you all during this most difficult of times.

God Bless,
Samuel Schutter


Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, Friend, Mentor

JB I still can’t believe you are gone. You were always so much more than a manager to me, you were my friend. We shared our families. We shared the ups of kids in college both home & abroad, family/surprise visits, new apartments, new jobs, college basketball season, trivia game time and more. We shared the downs with the struggles with your mom’s care. We shared the tears when team members were let you. We shared the frustrations of work, not having our Pulse team get their steps up and battling to get our own steps in. You were the one who fought for us everyday which made us fight for you that much harder. That Tuesday when you couldn’t be reached had us so worried and confused. We knew you and that if it were anyone else, you would have reached out. Never would I have thought that our last conversation would have been our last. I am greatly that our messages were those of happiness and encouragement. I will have all those words forever to look back upon. So many times I have wanted to reach out to check on you and the family because of the recent flooding just to realize you are no longer there. I thank you for the person you were always. I thank you for your amazingly caring heart. I thank you for being true to you. My deepest condolences go out to Ron, Connor, Cailey and Mary as well as all siblings. Please continue family trivia, she would want you too! I am thankful your family has one another during this time. I know the heart never heals from such a lose. It may only get easier to deal with as time goes by. I pray that you all remember the greatest times with Jennifer and hold one another a little closer and cherish the gift of today. Thank you all for sharing this amazing woman with us. We are all truly blessed to have had her touch our lives so significantly. Always in my heart and memories – JC


One of the best!

Ron, Connor, Cailey, Kona, and the Myers family — my heart and soul go out to you. Please know that so many of us here at ADP miss Jennifer terribly. For me, she was always willing to listen and was my virtual ‘best friend at work’. Please take care…and time to recoup…and welcome those memories you all made together.

Jana McBride


Amazing Leader!

Jennifer was an amazing leader and a collaborative work partner. Working with her for the past years has been a blessing. Truly appreciate her honesty and her desire to make things better at work not just for herself but for her peers, team and everyone. We will truly miss her!

Our heart goes to her family

– Patrick Carlos & PS Ops Team


Rest in Peace Jennifer!!

we miss you Jennifer! wherever you are right now please rest in peace. your sudden exit from this world has left a unrecoverable void. It tells us how fragile our life is and we take it for granted so many times unknowingly. Miss you Jennifer!


You will be missed

Sincere condolences to Jennifer’s family. 🙁 Jennifer was a great person. She has always been there for me when I started in Project Services. Always giving assistance or advice. Even after I moved to a different function we still kept in touch and chat about what’s going in our lives. She’s so proud of her kids and loves her family so much. First thing I thought of when I heard the news is her mother because that’s the last thing we talked about a couple of weeks earlier before she passed. Hopefully, someone is taking care of her.

PS. I still went to the bridge last Thursday on our supposed catch up time. Hoping it was all a bad dream. 🙁
Rest in peace.


My Sincere Condolences to the Bechtol and Myers Families

May all of you somehow find peace in the days ahead as you recount your personal memories of Jennifer and the wonderful life she lived.
Know that she was always proud of her family and all of your individual accomplishments.
I worked for Jennifer for several years and because of her I was given a second chance to work for ADP. Even after a recent organizational change, we always kept in touch. She was my advocate professionally, a true inspiration and as time went on, became a friend; someone who cared and took the time to reach out and reconnect. She truly touched so many lives and will be greatly missed.
My sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Ron, Connor, Cailey and the Myers Family.
God Bless! Phillip Dion


Condolences to the family

I worked with Jennifer at ADP since the day she joined the company. I talked to her every 2 weeks throughout all those years and will miss her sunny disposition, sage advice, updates on her children’s adventures, stories of her travels to London, and most of all her friendship. Our prayers to the family, she will be dearly missed.

– John Hounsell


An AMAZING friend and mentor

Jennifer was an amazing friend and mentor who was so full of spirit. We hit it off right away at work, always talking of travel, drinks and good food. Our relationship grew and she was one of my go-to people for guidance in my career, life, friendships and motherhood. She was always my biggest cheerleader and fan club. You couldn’t ask for a better friend. I will miss our weekly chats, even when all we had time for was the briefest of hellos. And I promise I will finally sit down and watch the movie ‘Better off Dead’ to make her happy and learn where some of her favorite quotes come from. My heart goes out to you Ron, Connor and Cailey ❤

-Brittany Eisenstein Dallas


Condolences and Prayers

Sending my condolences and prayers for strength for Jennifer’s family. Having worked with Jennifer, she was a beautiful person inside and out. May she rest in paradise and may her children and family find comfort it knowing she is watching over them.


sorry for your loss

I’m so very sorry for your loss. Jennifer was my manager for a while when she first started at ADP. We kept in touch even after we both moved to different groups at ADP. She was so proud of Connor and Cailey. She would always talk about what was going on in your lives. Jennifer loved her family and loved planning trips. The last time we talked I was about to go to Alaska and she talked about doing that next year because Hawaii was where she wanted to go this year. Jennifer was an amazing person she will be dearly missed.

Deepest Sympathies & God bless,
Darrin Saxton


Love you mom

I’ll always love you. I’m going to make you proud ❤️