- 20 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 7, 1955
- Place of birth:
Liberal, Kansas, United States
- Date of passing: Nov 7, 1975
- Place of passing:
Nampa, Idaho, United States
|Let her memory live on forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Beulah June Hager-Counts, 20, born on October 7, 1955 and passed away on November 7, 1975. We will remember her forever.
"I thought of you today. I think about you so often. I don't know if you know or not but our mom is in the final stages of Alzheimer's and she lives with me. I promise I am doing my best, but some days I feel like I am falling short. Hannah has been a source of strength and support. I wish you could tell me how this goes. I love you."
"I was on Facebook this morning and someone left a picture of a bench, It posed the question if I could spend an hour talking to anyone passed who would it be? I quickly said I would spend an hour with you. I know you know my heart now, and I hope we could catch up on some things ~ I do love you dearly. I wish you could know your son and his daughter. I wish you could see the beautiful family that we all have. I would give anything to hear you laugh, to see you smile, to feel you spread your love all over the place ~ I Have great grand children now. Haden was born in October of last year and Aideen was born in December. My husband Richard blessed them both in Church on the 2nd of this month. It was so beautiful. I miss you"
"Thinking of you this morning. Some days it seems like it's been forever, and others, it seems like only yesterday. Now that the Holidays are once again upon us, I can't stop thinking of you. I imagine us sitting around in fuzzy rbathrobes, our feet on the coffee table sipping giant mugs of hot cocoa planning what we are getting for our grandchildren, and who's making the turkey this year."
"I was thinking of you. We finally have the permission we need to erect headstones for you and Davids grave. It has been nearly 37 years, but your grave will finally be marked. I love you so very much ~ Thank you for being my sister in this life."
"I went to church this morning. I got there a few minutes late and they were singing one of your favorite hymns. I Stand All Amazed ~ I cried. I miss you so much."
"I created this memorial for my sister. She was the most talented person I ever knew. She had many friends and loved ones, even 37 years later we still miss her as though we lost her yesterday. I wanted us to have a place to remember her. Always missed ~ Never forgotton"
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