Beulah L Wilson

beulah wilson
Funeral services for Beulah L. Wilson, 89, of Daingerfield, will be at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, February 17 at Reeder Davis Chapel in Hughes Springs. Burial will be in Hughes Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson will lie in state on Tuesday afternoon and evening at the funeral home and the family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Mrs. Wilson died Feb. 14, 2010. She was born October 1, 1920 to the parents of O.W. and Annie Lou Stevens. She was a Baptist and loved to fish, cook, dance and quilt. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Bruce and Cathey Wilson of Daingerfield; daughter Linda Powell of Daingerfield, daughter and son-in-law Beckle and Bill Kirkley of Gilmer; daughter and son-in-law Earlene and Robert Walton of Daingerfield, sons-in-law Richard Williams of Jenkins and Bill Honea of McKinney; brother and sister-in-law J.W. and Beckie Stevens of Fort Worth; sisters-in-law Nell Stevens of Daingerfield and Mackie Stevens of Winnie; nine grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death was her husband Henry Earl Wilson and daughters Carolyn Williams and Wonda Honea. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association and the Cancer Foundation. Condolences may be left at

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  1. Rusty and I are deeply sorry for your loss, she was one SPECIAL lady that lived a very fulfilling life!Debi

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. She wasn't my granny but I thought of her as one. You now can be in heaven with those you have losted. You will be truly missed.

  3. beulah was fun to be around,I remember the time terry and I acted like to her and mrs.pate and aunt pack as though we had eatten the cake they had made and changed plates with a few of the crumbs on it,she would remind me every time we met,but she was always kind about it,donnie

  4. Earlene, even though I never got to meet your mom, I had heard great things about her. I wish that I could be there for you at this time but will be there in spirit. You have my thoughts, prayers and love. Pam Andersen

  5. Earlene, I am very sorry to hear of your loss, God Bless you and your family.So many knew and loved your mother, she was such a sweet lady. I can still see her in the cafeteria,,, :).Email me if you need to talk, I know what you are goin thru right now.You and your family are in my prayers !!!loveLana Nolene

  6. I LOVE YOU Granny, You will remain in our hearts and souls. You are our "Shining Light" a Beacon of LOVE for the rest of us to follow in the years to come. You are dearly missed as we cry to try and comfort ourselves. I know you would say " PLEASE don't cry for me, for I have come home to my Gracious Lord,my Loving Husband,and my Beloved Children where we will be waiting with open arms till you all come home." I LOVE YOU Granny and I MISS YOU SO MUCH. Your Granddaughter, Stefanie

  7. Earlene,I am very sorry to hear you lost your mom. I always enjoyed being around her. We had lots of fun playing bingo a few years back when Swepco sponsored the game at the old Naples hospital. She was so sweet , loved her! May God give you the strength you will need to endure this sad time.

  8. I knew the very first time that I ever met Miss Beulah that she was my kind of lady. She was just "good people". Even years later whenever I would run into her in town she always had a big smile and warm hug for me. Her active participation in life was what I remember best about her. She truly knew how to "live" life to it's fullest….and don't get me started on just how very good her chicken and dressing was! It was the best I've ever eaten! She loved life, she loved the lord, and she loved her family. The world was truly a better place with her in it. My love and prayers go out to the family during this time of loss.Jennifer Campbell McClellan

  9. Earlene,I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. My Mom thought the world of her and they always had such a good time together. They are both in a better place now probably having a good time as we speak. My condolences to you and your family.

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