Beulah J. Lyman 05/11/2012

Beulah LymanBEULAH J. LYMAN
Beulah J. Lyman, 88, of Ogdensburg, died, May 11, 2012, at her home. Calling hours will be Tuesday, May 15th, 2 – 4 and 6 – 8 PM, the funeral service will be May 16th, 10:00 am, at the funeral home, Reverend Father James Shurtleff officiating. Entombment will be at Foxwood Memorial Park. Beulah is survived by her son Gary A. Lyman, Ogdensburg, brothers, Joseph R. (Elaine) Rose, Ogdensburg, Stanley A. Seguin, Ogdensburg, Lawrence D. Seguin, Attica, a grandson Raymond Lyman, Ogdensburg, and a great granddaughter, Sophie Lyman, Ogdensburg, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by brothers, Floyd and Joseph F. Rose, and a sister Shirley Seguin. Beulah was born October 6, 1923, in Ogdensburg,  the daughter of Frank and Rose LaFave Rose. She married Jay O. Lyman, January 26, 1946 at the Notre Dame Rectory; he died on June 29, 1996. Beulah was a packer at Newell Manufacturing in Ogdensburg. She loved to baby sit, watch television, keeping house, going for rides in the car and listening to the Bee Gee’s.  Beulah’s family wants to express a special thank you to Dawn Merna and Pat Seguin Contributions can be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley.

One Response to Beulah J. Lyman 05/11/2012

  • Rick, Teresa, Louis, MaryBeth and Stacey LaFlair says:

    Dearest Gary and Family:
    We are so sorry you are all going through this extremely difficult time. Please know that we are all thinking of you and praying for you. Everyone that ever knew your mother absolutely loved her. She was a great Lady. May God Bless You All.
    All of our love and prayers to all of you . . . . now and forever.
    Rick, Teresa, Louis, MaryBeth, Stacey and Family
    xoxooxooxo

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