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Lillian Beauduy Obituary

Lillian Ethel Evelyn (Carlson) Beauduy, 89, passed away Friday, Sept. 26, 2008 at her residence on Long Lake in Eveleth, Minn. Lillian was born to Charles Adolph and ""Lydia'' Lyli (Kangas) Carlson on Dec. 11, 1918 in Virginia, Minn. She lived on the Higgins Location with her family until she graduated from Virginia High School in 1937. She moved to New York and later married Henry ""Hank'' L. Beauduy. After several moves she returned to Minnesota to live. She has been residing at Long Lake, south of Eveleth, since 1974. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hank; her parents, Charles and Lydia; her brothers, Arnold, Reggie, Rudolph, Vernon, and Les; and her grandson, Jason Hyatt. Survivors include two daughters, Leslie Beauduy Kydd of Eveleth Janice Beauduy of Eveleth; four sons, Henry (Mary Suagee) of Fountain Hills, Ariz., Bryan (Jean) of Hermantown, Minn., Craig of Spring Lake Park, Minn., Lee (Laura) of Blaine, Minn.; sister, Linda Carlson of Eveleth; brother, Arley (Aggie) Carlson of Rochester, Minn.; many brothers and sisters in faith; grandchildren, Kristen and Jeffrey Suagee-Beauduy, Nena (Scott) Johnson, Derek (Camille) Beauduy, Shawn Beauduy, Reed and Katie Beauduy and Jade Henry; great grandchildren, Griffin and Reese Johnson. SERVICES:11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008 in the Cedar Valley Independent Apostolic Lutheran Church with visitation one hour prior to the service. Arrangements are with the Range Funeral Home in Virginia.


This obituary was originally published in the Duluth News Tribune.
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Published online on 9/30/2008 courtesy of Duluth News Tribune.