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  1. RoseAnna Prater
    April 1, 2013 @ 5:51 pm

    I knew Beulah when I was director of the Willow Springs Senior Center. She and
    George were some of my favorite people. She was a woman of rare charm and
    wit who lived her faith, not just talked about it. No one would ever doubt that
    she was a true follower of Christ. Her example made me a better Chrisitan.

    Who ever wrote her obit was right. She was a spectacular cook. I will always
    treasure her recipe for sugar cookies. No one made them better than she!

    May God rest and keep this loving, kind woman.

    It was a priviledge to know her.

    RoseAnna Prater

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    • Judy Caton Brasier
      April 11, 2013 @ 6:31 pm

      Thank you, RoseAnn, for the kind words about our mother. She was a very special , talented and loving person. She took care of anyone who needed help. She shared her life where she felt she could make a difference. It was very hard for her to not be able to do the things she used to do.
      We will miss her until we meet again. We are glad to know she is no longer in pain and is with Jesus and all her friends and family who knew Christ.

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  2. Melody Bradley
    April 4, 2013 @ 1:34 pm

    I grew up across the street from Beulah in Willow Springs and spent many weekend nights at her home with her granddaughters. She was a grandmother to me when I didn’t have one and many times took me to church on Sunday mornings. I have many treasured memories and my thoughts are with the family during this time. Rejoice and know that she has received many rewards in heaven!

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  3. Judy Caton Brasier
    April 11, 2013 @ 6:33 pm

    Melody, thanks for sharing your memories of Mom. She thought you were very special! She also enjoyed her friendship with you parents. Hope you are all happy and well. God bless you.

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