Mary Beeble

Mary Beeble

Saturday, September 20th, 1930 Saturday, December 21st, 2019

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Obituary for Mary Lou Beeble

Mary Louise (Lou) Beeble September 20, 1930 – December 21, 2019

Mary Louise Harty was born September 20, 1930 to Patrick and Louise Harty in Bellows Falls, Vermont. She was baby sister to Patrick, Vincent (Red) and Joe who all preceded her in death. She met and fell in love with Andrew John Beeble while in nursing school in Burlington, Vermont. After a long-distance courtship with many heartfelt love letters while Andy was beginning his Air Force career, they married August 24th, 1953 and had 21 years together until Andy’s death from heart failure in 1974. This left her to raise their seven children on her own, a job she devoted her life to. She lost her battle with Alzheimer’s on December 21st, 2019. She was preceded in death by husband Andy and is survived by her seven children, Karel (Warren) Bay, Janet (Ron) Blake, John (Bobbi Jo) Beeble, David (Marissa) Beeble, Debbie (Kevin) Varnau, Nancy Millarch, and Andrew Beeble, eleven grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her dear friend and sister-in-law Betty Harty and the extended family of nieces and nephews.

Mary Lou spent her life caring for people. For many years she was a registered nurse in the hospital system, working with the injured and sick, often in the emergency ward. Later, as a geriatric nurse she cared for the elderly, and finally, as a day care provider caring for her precious babies. Mom was happiest when she had a little one cradled in her loving arms. She was always there for all of us with an attentive ear and motherly advice, often over a glass of wine. She was “Mom” to many as she possessed a kind and nurturing way of making all those around her feel loved. Mom’s other love was her church. Over the years as the family relocated, she was member of many parishes, but for the past 30 years had called St. Joan of Arc her home.

We love and will miss our Mom, Grandma, Great-Grandma, and friend. She will remain in our hearts and memories always.

Funeral Mass will be held January 8th, 2020 at 10:30 AM at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 12735 W. 58th Avenue, Arvada, CO. with reception immediately following. A rosary service will be held at 10:00 am immediately preceding the funeral mass.

Interment will be at Fort Logan Cemetery, 4400 West Kenyon Avenue, Denver, CO. at 2:00 PM following the reception.

In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests donations be made in Mom’s memory to the Alzheimer’s Association

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Jane Stickney

Sending loving thoughts to all the Beeble “kids.” Mary Lou was my older cousin-my brother’s age- and we spent lots of time together when we were growing up. She and her parents came to the farm every Sunday to visit our grandparents. I loved being with her. Mary Lou was head majorette for the Bellows Falls band; with those beautiful reddish-brown curls and the snappy white uniform, she was a beauty
marching down the street leading the band! I was proud and let everyone know that
was my cousin! She was the best and you were blessed to have her as your Mom!
Jane Stickney
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Patrick Harty

Sending our sincere sympathy to the entire Beeble family for the loss of your Mom, our Aunt Mary Lou. With love, Pat and Sue Harty
Comment | Posted at 10:54am via Condolence

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