Beulah A. Stoffer, 94, of Hampton, Iowa, passed away Monday, August 20, 2018, at the Franklin General Hospital in Hampton.
No services will be held.
Grandma Bea lived life to the fullest and always had a way of making folks smile. Her sense of humor was priceless and enabled her to always lift the mood. "Ah, kid..." she would say all the time, and I suspect it was because she would always say the wrong name. Gordon, Gary, David, oh damn it, Trevor!" I must have heard those same words a thousand times.
Grandma, I hope you are sitting in heaven with a big smile and finally out of pain. Your memories will be with us all for a lifetime!
Rest in humor and love, and try and remember His name! ;-)
Love you Grandma Bea!!!
Friends and Family, thank you for all of the kind words and condolences over these past 4 days. My Mom, known more as Bea (and cringed when anyone called her Beulah), was one of the liveliest spirits that I have ever known. Her sense of humor is what she genetically gave me that I will always cherish. She reminded many people of Lucille Ball with her antics. Please find time in your schedules to look up in the sky and remember how she made you all laugh. I love you Mom. Rest in Peace!!
This was sent over to me from my nephew Matt on the news of Grandma Bea passing. It is very moving and proof the He moves in ways we will never understand:
Jayden, my 11 year old son saw that I was rather sad tonight at the dinner table, and didn't say much. After dinner, he asks me, "Dad are you ok?" To which I replied, "No, I got some bad news tonight about a loved one that passed away..."
Little did I know he had made me a card in his art class earlier this morning, he brought it to me and I opened it with a poem written:
A limb has fallen from the family tree
I keep hearing this voice that says "grieve not for me"
Remember the best times, the laughs, the songs, the life I had when I was strong
Continue my heritage, I am counting on you to keep smiling. Surely the sun will shine through.
My mind is at ease, My soul is at rest, I see how truly I was blessed. Continue our traditions, no matter how small, go on with your lives don't worry about falls.
I will miss you dearly, so keep your chin up until the day comes when we are together again.
I don't know how or why he chose this poem, but tonight I find great comfort reading this and wanted to share with all of you..
Love and Miss you!
I will always cherish the laughs we had. RIP Bea, I will forever be grateful I shared a part of my life with you.
Thoughts and prayers to Dave & his family with the passing of Beulah. She was quite a lady and will always remember the fun times growing up in Coulter with her. She had such a zest for life and a strong woman. May God bless and bring peace to you all.
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