MaryAnn Beebe

MaryAnn Beebe

Sunday, May 1st, 1927 - Sunday, September 6th, 2020
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MaryAnn Beebe passed to her heavenly
home on Sunday, September 6, 2020, in
Wenatchee, WA. She was born on Sunday,
May 1, 1927, in Aberdeen, WA, to Jacob and
Mary Morgan. Although her mother died
when MaryAnn was a young child, her father
remained a constant in her life, picking her
up on Friday nights, after working all week in
logging camps, and spending every weekend
with her. She graduated from Quillayute Union High School, in
1944, and married Bill Beebe on July 27, 1945, while he was
on leave from the U.S. Navy. God blessed them with two
children: Judi and Jerry, and raised them in a loving home,
teaching them the ways of God, both by instruction and
MaryAnn worked a variety of professions, ranging from
positions at Navy bases in Quillayute and Seattle, WA, to
bookkeeping at Sears in East Wenatchee, WA. She spent most
of her career at Forks State Bank and Northwestern National
Bank. Throughout her life, she always found time to volunteer at
her church. She loved to read, travel, and especially enjoyed
cruising with her family.
A very gifted pianist, she played for most services at the
Forks Assembly of God Church and at many weddings, funerals,
and special occasions. Upon moving to Wenatchee, God
blessed her with a special friend in Shirlie Hartman. Together,
they enjoyed many outings of shopping, lunches, watching the
Mariners, or going to AppleSox games.
MaryAnn was a caring, sensitive lady who loved to send
cards of encouragement and offer prayer for those who were
going through difficult times. Her faith in God was evident, and
her smile and personality, a blessing to all who knew her.
She was preceded in death, in 2018, by Bill, her husband of
72 years. Survivors include: daughter, Judi (Ray) Nishikawa of
San Antonio, TX; her son, Jerry (Linda) of Wenatchee, WA; four
grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
The family wishes to thank the wonderful staff of RiverWest
Senior Living, who provided loving care during the final difficult
year of her life, as she battled Alzheimer’s disease.
A private Graveside Service and Burial will be held at
Wenatchee City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Convoy
of Hope through donations to Wenatchee First Assembly, 1520
McKittrick St., Wenatchee, WA, 98801. Arrangements are by
Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee, WA.
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