Haines, Baker County, Oregon
Beulah Mary Long Bell, retired school teacher, died October 5, 1992 in Redmond, Oregon at the age of 85.
A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held on Thursday, 2:00 p.m. October 8, 1992 in Redmond, Oregon.
Mrs. Bell was born in Haines, Oregon on July 29, 1907, the daughter of Arch and Lizzie Shock Long. She married Delmer Bell on March 9, 1957. He died January 29, 1969. She was a fourth generation Oregonian. Her paternal grandparents, Alonzo and Julia Taylor Long were in Oregon before it became a state. The Taylors crossed the plains in 1852. Longs came to Oregon Territory by covered wagon in1856 when Alonzo was nine years old. Her maternal grandparents, George and Mary Wallace Shock came to Oregon in 1895.
She is survived by her daughter Patricia Ann Frizzell and son-in-law Glenn K. Frizzell of Spokane, WA., four grandchildren; Lynda Frizzell, Steven Frizzell, Dale Frizzell, and Karen Frizzell McNeil, five great-grandchildren, Dustin Saldivar, Rachel Saldivar, Margaret McNeil, Steven Frizzell, and Kaylyn Frizzell; three sisters, Pansy Maxwell of Haines, Oregon, Mabel Dinnick and Georgia Seig of Baker City, Oregon. Her brother Floyd Long and sister Dora Allen preceded her in death. Also surviving are eight nieces, five nephews, ten great-nieces, thirteen great-nephews, and four great-great nephews and nieces.
For those who wish, donations may be made in Beulah’s memory to the American Cancer Society. It is requested that there be no floral offerings.
Interment will be in Redmond Memorial Cemetery.
Source: The Record Courier, Baker City, Oregon, October, 1992
Contributed by: Belva Ticknor