Delouris I. Beebe

Delouris I. Beebe

Delouris I. Beebe, 84, of Scotia died Sunday, January 13, 2013 at the Greeley Care Home in Greeley.

Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday at the United Methodist Church in Scotia. The Reverend Bruce Phillips will officiate. Interment will be in the Mount Hope Cemetery at Scotia.

Visitation will be held from 1:00 p.m. until service time at the church.

Memorials are suggested to Grand Island Humane Society, Scotia EMT’s or to the Greeley EMT’s.

Jacobsen-Greenway Funeral Home in St. Paul is in charge of the arrangements.

Delouris was born November 16, 1928 at Cotesfield, Nebraska. She was raised by her mother Bernice and step-father Charles “Jim” Carruth. With the exception of a few months she lived her entire life in Scotia.

She graduated from Scotia Consolidated High School in 1946.

Delouris began working at the age of 12 ½ for B.W. Ammerman as a telephone operator, working summers and after school. In 1947 she began working at the State Bank of Scotia and working there for 12 years.

She was baptized and joined the Scotia Methodist Church on March 27, 1948 and continued her membership for the rest of her life.

Delouris was united in marriage to Charles E. Beebe on August 20, 1952 at Scotia.

In 1959 she and her husband started the Beebe Agency where she was a real estate broker and insurance agent.

She was very active in the church, teaching, serving as WMW treasurer and President and other committees of the church. She served as Loup Cooperative Secretary for 25 years. She was a Past Worthy Matron, Associate Matron for other offices and Star Points of Crystal Chapter #43 Order of the Eastern Star, also served as Bethel Guardian of Job’s Daughters.

Delouris loved politics and had met Robert Kennedy, Edward Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Hubert Humphrey, Ben Nelson and different Governors.

She enjoyed high school athletics and followed the local teams as well as the Schuyler High School teams for many years. She loved sewing, crocheting, reading, camping, gardening and dearly loved animals.

Delouris loved and enjoyed her grandchildren and all the rest of her family.

She is survived by her husband, Charles of Scotia; a daughter Laura Jean Beebe of Scotia; a son & daughter-in-law, Lyndon & Cindy Beebe of Schuyler and their children Hillary, Cole, Connor and Noah; one sister and brother-in-law, Janet & Leroy Wells of Grand Island; one brother and sister-in-law, Jerry & Georgia Carruth of Scotia.

Delouris is preceded in death by her mother, step-father and a sister.

 

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8 Responses to “Delouris I. Beebe”

  1. Michael and Pattie Rea says:

    Charlie, Lyndon and Cindy:

    Please accept our sincerest condolences on the loss of Delouris.
    The Beebes have been longtime friends of ours, and I always enjoyed visiting with Charlie when Lynn was coaching at Schuyler and I was covering the team for the newspaper. May you have wonderful memories of Delouris to comfort you in the coming days.

    Mike and Pattie Rea

  2. KAROL KELLER says:

    To the Beebe Family,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers. Delouris is in a much better place. I will always have special memories of her.

  3. Ray & Sharon Penner says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Charles, I have greatly admired your dedication to Delouris, visiting her, taking her for rides, etc. May you be blessed for all that. Knowing that her suffering is over, is a blessing; though you will certainly miss her. God bless. Ray & Sharon Penner.

  4. Bonnie Zrust says:

    Charles and Family: Our deepest sympathies. Although we never met Delouris, the love and joy she brought to all of your lives is clearly evident in the wonderful, caring people you have become.

    God’s Blessings during this difficult time and always,
    Bonnie Zrust, Brian and Cody
    Schuyler, NE

  5. Carrie Sheldon says:

    Charlie, Lyndon, Laura Jean,

    Lifting you up today and always! May your loss be lessened in the remembrance of Delouris’ love for you. (Especially those nights in high school she made Charles call our house wondering if Lyndon was on his way home yet!!)

    I wish I could be at the funeral but with a job change I am unable so I will be thinking fondly of you as you move through the next few days and weeks.

    My condolences,

    Carrie Sheldon

  6. Darren &Patty Thompson says:

    To Charles,Laura Jean, and Lyndon, So sorry for your loss. Always remember your time with your mother good and bad,and know she is with god now, we know she is in good hands. Your Friends Darren and Patty

  7. Jean Conrad says:

    To the Beebe Family,
    I want to offer my sincerest and deepest condolences on the loss of your wife, mother, and grandmother. I have many fond memories of Delouris when I was coaching with Lyndon and Cindy in Schuyler. She was a very sweet and special lady. She is now your Guardian Angel and will watch over all of you. Continue to remember all of the fun and special memories and keep them all close to your heart. Yes, she will be missed, but please know that she is in a much better place waiting to be reunited with her family and friends some day. Rest in peace Delouris.

  8. Alissa Clough says:

    Charles, Lyndon and family,

    Praying for you as you “celebrate” the life of one amazing woman. Charles and Delouris were our biggest fans – I can still picture her smile from up in the stands and after nearly EVERY game! Be comforted by knowing that she is at peace and in very good hands until the day we can join her.

    In Christ,
    Aaron and Alissa Clough

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