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Beulah M. Scott

Beulah M. Scott

Heaven gained another angel, Beulah Scott gained her wings, a true amazing woman at the age of 97. She will be deeply missed but we know she is at peace. Beulah M. Scott, age 97 of Rock Falls, died Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at the Hillview Assisted Living in Mondovi with her family by her side.

Beulah was born on March 1, 1922 in Goldfield Nevada to Rayfield and Ethel (McNett) Stewart. She grew up in Fish Lake Valley, CA and graduated from High School. Beulah married Arthur Scott and later they moved to Durand where they raised their family. She enjoyed traveling, spending their time in the South and California. After the death of her husband, Arthur, Beulah lived in Bishop, California with her brother, Albert Stewart for many years. Beulah loved to spend time with her family.

Beulah is survived by her children; James (Pam) of Altoona, Kathy (Tom) Anderson of Houston, TX, John (Linda) of Green Bay, Patrick (Karen) of Rock Falls and Michleen (Scott) Kaeser of Iowa City, IA, 12 grandchildren, five great grandchildren, one brother; Albert Stewart of Bishop, CA, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband; Arthur, two sons; Michael and Daniel and two brothers; Arthur “Bud” Stewart and Alec Stewart.

Private family services will be held at a later date.

Rhiel Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Durand, is serving the family.

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  1. Carol Campbell

    So sorry to hear the sad news about Beulah. I always enjoyed seeing her. She was a remarkable person. I first met her in 1972. We bonded instantly and I thoroughly enjoyed getting together with her, Arthur and the whole family. She will be dearly missed and remembered with great fondness.We all were so fortunate to have her in our lives.

  2. Kathy Campbell de Loyo

    I am so sorry and saddened to hear about Beulah’s passing. She was a wonderful woman, and very special. She always told
    me how she saw my dad, Mickey Campbell, as another son, and she treated me like a granddaughter throughout the years. I still treasure the ring she gave me for my 16th birthday, even though 30 years have passed since then. My family and I always looked forward to the family gatherings at the farm in the summer, and it was an honor to introduce my own children to that tradition. We will miss seeing Beulah’s smiling face and shining personality, but are so thankful for the time that she shared with us. Love to you all.

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