To Bea and Carl’s family,
My sincere sympathy to you all for the death of your Mom, Grandma and probably great-grandma. I knew Bea and Carl at Zion Lutheran Church and appreciated Carl’s columns in the Press Citizen. Bea and I were in the same circle and Bea’s comments were always so good in our Bible Studies - she had a fresh way of looking at things. I remember you all in prayer during this time. Dody Johnson in Blair, NE.
I lived in Carl and Bea's neighborhood when they lived on Grantwood Drive. Bea was always so kindhearted and soft spoken. I know you will miss her, Carl, and family. Hold your warm memories close to your heart.
Ruth and family,
I enjoyed reading about your amazing and talented Mom. She was an really accomplished woman and had a gift for giving to others. know she will be missed. You have my deepest sympathy.
Pastor B & family--My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. I have so many fond memories of the time you spent in Gowrie. Bea was such a special person in so many ways. I know that God's loving arms are surrounding you & your family!! May you feel His peace!!
I am so sad to hear of Bea's passing. I will never forget our good friendship and how lost I felt when the "B's left Gowrie at the same time my own Dad was so terminally ill.
to Pastor B, you were so good to our family---all but our first born, being confirmed by you and will always remember your family since your children were same ages and classmates.
I know you will stay strong and B will be comforted in our Savior's arms as HE continues watching over all of you.
Blessings and my Love to each of you.
To Ruth, who is the only Beyerhelm I know. I am glad your mother’s battle with congestive heart failure is over and that her hospice care was quite brief. After reading this obituary, I can see why I like you so much. You had a wonderful mother and father, experiences in other countries you may not even remember, but were reared in a Christian home, which is why you are so special to me. Eighty six is a good many years and it sounds like your mom didn’t waste any of that time. I am sorry for your loss, but glad your mom is not struggling to breathe or worrying about tripping on her oxygen tubing. You know you will see her again. Love in Christ, Chris
Very sorry to read of Bea’s passing. She was a very nice and happy lady. We share your loss and would take away your sadness if we could. Our sympathy to all at this time. Jim Archie & Pat Peterson
Dear Beyerhelm Family .
It is with deep sorry to write you this message. I have had the honor to know and learn from Bea for so many years now. She has been a rare gift and an inspiration not only to me but to many in our Interfaith Friends Group. She was a treasured soul of extraordinary grace and kindness. I will miss her always. Please accept my deepest sympathy to you.
May she rest in peace forever.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
It was with sadness, Ruth, that we learned of your mother's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family members at this time. I recall meeting your mother only once, but remember interacting with your father on several occasions some years ago. We're assuming you're comforted at this time by knowledge that your mother lived a long, productive, and most admirable life with your father and you and your other family members.
With our sincere condolences,
Bob and Maggie Elliott
Bea was always a friend I admired. She added so much to the Bible study to which we both belonged. When we moved she was one of the people I missed with her smiling face. My sympathy extends to Carl and all of Bea's family. She is now with her loving Savior.
My heart is with you and your family. What a dear woman. Prayers for comfort and the nearness of God's presence.
Dave and I are sorry to learn of Bea's passing. We met after they moved to Marathon while we were at Newell, Iowa. I remember a fun picnic our families enjoyed together during that time at Sunken Grove. Bea was a quiet and gracious person who was a good friend. Our sympathy to Carl and all the family.
Love, Dave and Joann Young