Beulah Drane Brown (Drane)
Loving thoughts from Kaweah Chapter, DAR. I see that Beulah spent some time in Yokohl Valley. I wish I had known that - my husband's family were some of the original settlers of Exeter and Yokohl Valley. I love to learn about local history. I'm sure Beulah would have know about some of the families who were in that area. My husband's gr. grandfather, gr. grandmother and gr. gr. grandparents are buried in the old section of the Visalia Cemetery. What a wonderful legacy Beaulah leaves.
With loving thoughts and prayers,
Nancy Meier Beinhorn, Regent, Kaweah Chapter, 2010-2012
I met Mrs Brown a few years ago and had the pleasure of assisting her through my work. I enjoyed getting to know her and her family and will miss her greatly.
Beulah was a dear family friend. My mom, Emma Copley, called her every day for many years. They had lunch often. They enjoyed each others company!
Les was one of my dad's, John Copley, buddies. Boy did they have fun together. The stories would fill a book!
Jeanette and I will miss her.
Our love and prayer are with Janet and her family and Bob's family.
Duane and Jeanette Copley
Buleah was one of the Girls that we tried to have lunch once a month or on Birthdays. She was always cheerful and caring. I also knew her thru my parents Earl and Jesslyn Shaw. She will be missed by the her friens and family She and I were the only ones left from the lunch group.I can not be there Friday but my thought and prayers will be.
I met Mrs. Brown through my daughter (Rishelle) who was her caretaker. Our family was very touched by Mrs. Brown and although we've only known her for the past few years we sincerely loved her and will miss her! We want you to know that our prayers are with her family.