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Beulah Sue Burns
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Services for Mrs. Beulah Sue Burns, 91, of Tyler, Texas, were held Friday, November 18, 1988 in the Lloyd James Funeral Home Chapel with Perry Hall officiating.

Burial was in the Rose Hill Cemetery, Tyler, Texas.

Mrs. Burns passed away Wednesday, November 16, 1988 in a Tyler hospital after a sudden illness.

She was born February 4, 1896 in Springfield, Missouri, and lived in Tyler 25 years.

She was a retired beautician and member of the University Church of Christ.

Survivors include a son, Billie Burns of Cheyenne; a daughter, Lorraine Seago of Tyler, Texas; a brother, Claude Edgar of Riveria, Arizona; six grandchildren; seven great grandchildren as well as numerous friends.



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