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Bereniece "Bee" Langham St. Clair, 83, formerly of Bloomington, passed away at her home on November 30, 2014. She was born in Chicago, Illinois, to William and Bonnie Langham on June 15, 1931. She grew up in the Chicagoland area, graduating from Hyde Park High School. Bee spent most of her career as an insurance adjuster both in Chicago and Bloomington. In Chicago, she worked for Bankers Life and Casualty. After the family moved to Bloomington, she continued her career path at State Farm Insurance, Country Companies and Van Gundy Insurance in Normal, Illinois, with a short time at St. Joseph's Hospital as an Emergency Room administrator for health care claims. Retirement from Van Gundy took her to the San Diego area. There she began her "second career" and second love, travel. Bee initially traveled with friends and family but her interests led her to escorting various trips for travel groups. She planned and escorted many trips for the Jocelyn Center in RB. She helped start the Rancho Bernardo Continuing Education Center also. Bee is survived by Micki (Tom) Stern of Wheaton, IL, Ginger (Jon) Case of Sand Point, ID, Leah Johnson of La Mesa, CA, and William (Melissa) Neise of Fontana, CA; grandchildren, Michael (Katie) Licht, Kevin (Stephanie) Licht, Stephen Johnson, Nicholas Johnson, Zachary Neise and Jeffery Neise; as well as two great-grandchildren. Bee was preceded in death by her parents and her brothers, Dwight and Dean. A private service for the family will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, http://www.themmrf.org.
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