Mother shares reaction to unveiling of Bethany necklace; Kendra Scott fashion necklace created in memory of young child
Posted on 8/13/2018 6:53:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- After seventh months of anticipation, the Bertling Family has finally been delivered a very special gift -- a gift that was specifically crafted to cherish the memory of their 6-year-old Bethany forever.
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Popular jewelry line to release necklace honoring memory of local girl; Gift & Gourmet to host launch party for Kendra Scott Bethany necklace
Posted on 8/8/2018 7:35:00 AM.
 
Kendra Scott fashion line to release the "Bethany" necklace in honor of local girl killed in car crash two years ago Local launch party scheduled today at Gift & Gourmet

(Seguin) -- The memory of 6-year-old Bethany Bertling, of Kingsbury, will forever hang over the hearts of people thanks to today's launch of the Kendra Scott “Bethany” Necklace. The popular jewelry line is unveiling its latest piece of fashion in honor of Bethany who died in a tragic car accident two years ago in Kingsbury.
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