Becky Conzelman death: How Becky Conzelman died of brain aneurysm
Becky Conzelman death happened on April 6, 2019 after Becky Conzelman died of brain aneurysm.
Becky Conzelman, a 5-time Crossfit Games athlete and 2x National Track Champion, was 47 years old.
The Trinity Competitions Facebook page announced the tragic Becky Conzelman death news.
How brain aneurysm caused Conzelman death
Becky Conzelman death was caused by a brain aneurysm she had suffered over a week ago on March 27.
In a tribute, her family shared a post from Becky’s journal:
“Becky’s journal, Feb 18, 2019:
“Father, thank you for knowing me. Thank you for being a personal God that has ordained all things and has called me into a relationship with you. Thank you that I don’t have to worship a tree or inanimate object, but I get you – the Good Shepherd, my Abba Father.”
It is with very heavy hearts we share that our beloved Becky passed away this morning, April 6th, and was welcomed by her Abba Father.
Although we cannot begin to understand how such a beautiful, well lived life could be cut so short, we take comfort knowing that she was able to meet her Creator and hear Him say, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You were faithful over a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Share your master’s joy.’ Matthew 25:23
We invite you to celebrate Becky’s life with us at 3pm on Saturday, April 13th at Back Country CrossFit, 8990 Barrons Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.
Anyone interested in showing appreciation and support for Becky is encouraged to consider making a tax deductible contribution to FAITH RXD via FAITHRXD.org/support.
Becky is survived by her immediate family, Jim, Kylie and Tyler, her parents, Bev and Mike Beliveau and Gary and Terri Menchhofer, siblings, Troy Menchhofer and Courtney Beliveau.
Becky’s family will celebrate Becky’s life at Back Country CrossFit, 8990 Barrons Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 at 3pm on Saturday, April 13th.
You are invited.
Following Becky Conzelman’s death, many tributes have poured in on social media.
Becky Conzelman grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. She went on to Miami University and graduated in BA in Speech Communication/Public Relations.
Conzelman was a remarkable athlete and along with her accomplishments in Crossfit, Becky was a US National Track Cycling team member. The mother of two is the co-founder of FAITH RXD, which is a Christian fitness community uniting faith and fitness.