Beulah was a first class lady all the years I knew her (over 50) and loved my many.
I will miss the visits and phone calls
we had during the time she spent in Spokane.
She will be greatly missed.
Jim & Irene Holmdahl
Jackie, Tracie, & Wade Benton
Beulah was very warm and kind, giving me happy memories of being with her at the farm. She was a dear, well loved grandmother to my children.
She was such a sweet person, I loved visiting with her at Vista Manor.
Wonderful lady, wonderful memories of her. Lola Wagner-Moore
May happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time.
Dear Cousins...Beulah was there at my birth and was our oldest cousin. When I was a little girl she sewed doll clothes for all my dolls...some still exist. She was always much admired for her temperament and artistic ability. What a great life she had. I have donated to the Wilbur pool and cemetery in her name. May she rest in peace among our ancestors. Her mother (my aunt) had a great influence on me as did all the sisters of my mother. In over a hundred years she had a community influence too.Blessings MOLLY SATY .
My sincere sympathy to the Axtell family and friends on the loss of your dear love one. May the God of tender mercies and comfort give you the needed strength to endure in your time of distress. He(God)is giving the tired one power Isaiah 40:29.
Our condolences to the family for the loss of a special lady...
from Maui pat and Toni