EDITH MILDRED BEALE
Tuesday, August 27, 1985 at 2:00 p.m.
at John Thomas Funeral Chapel from 12:00--1:00 p.m.
at the Church from 1:30--2:00 p.m.
INTERMENT: WESTERN CEMETERY
ORDER OF SERVICE
Hymn 197 .............. "Beneath The Cross of Jesus"
Affirmation of Faith ................... Congregation
Hymn 201..... "There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood"
Address ......................... Rev. Joseph Lloyd
Prayers & Lord's Prayer ................. Congregation
Hymn 650 ............ "Jerusalem My Happy Home"
EDWIN LETTSOME HUBERT WELLS
WILLIAM FRANCIS STANLEY RICHARDSON
PEARLEY WHITE FRANK WHITE
EDITH MILDRED BEALE was bom on Marc-h 28,
1915, the fifth of seven children, to ALEXANDER and
In 1954, she emigrated to and established her home in
St. Thomas, where she was well known for her quiet and
reserved nature. Edith proved an enterprising business-
woman and single-handedly owned and operated a grocery
store, which provided a valuable community service to the
residents of the Garden Street area.
In July, 1981, her health began to fail and in March,
1983, she fell victim to a stroke. IEith Mildred Beale,
beloved sister, devoted aunt and faithful friend, passed
away in the evening of August 18, 1985. Edith has
reached her journey's end.
Alma M. Hermon
Jeff Clayton Beale
Many other friends and relatives too numerous to mention
"HE LEADETH ME BESIDE THE STILL WATERS"
(Dedicated to a Beloved Sister
by Lillian Beale)
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