Passed away at her home in Yuba City on July 11, 2013. Born March 8, 1943 in Artesia, CA. She grew up in Rio Oso with her mother, Edna Prescott and 2 sisters Gerry Prescott Stam & Carmelita Prescott White. She graduated from East Nicolaus High in 1961.
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She married Barrie Beymer February 19, 1963 - 50 years & 5 months of marriage. During her life they built Beymer Well Service. They traveled extensively including most of the US, Canada, Mexico, South America, Africa and Europe. Linda was a homemaker. They had 2 children, Heather Beymer Phillips and Christopher Beymer. They built two homes in Browns Valley, moved to Madras, OR in 1990. They farmed hay and started a new feed mill business. Linda worked on horseback at the local livestock auction yard. She was at home in the high desert & nearby BLM lands. During this time grandchildren Hudson Phillips, Megan Phillips, Michael Phillips, Austin Beymer, Brady Beymer, Ciarra Beymer, and great- granddaughter Gracie Phillips were born. Moving back to Yuba City in 1995 to run Beymer Well service until 2000.
Linda & Barrie were members of the Historical Auto club and had fun building a home in Yuma, AZ. She absolutely loved Arizona: Jeep trips, exploring the desert & good friends! They also have a beach house in Caspar, CA for hot summer days. Linda was a founding member of the Yuba County Women's mounted posse/search & rescue and member of Golden Feathers riding club & Desperate Horse Wives riding club. She loved trail riding on her mule "Tess" and competitions with her working cow & sheep dogs "Silver" & "Sage". For the couch was her poodle "Sophie".
She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend to many. She will be dearly missed. Remembrances may be made in her name to Sutter North Hospice and/or Cancer Research Institute.
Published in Appeal Democrat from July 31 to Aug. 4, 2013