Beatrice W Nolan

Jul 13, 1939 – Oct 9, 2018

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Beatrice W. Nolan

Born on July 13, 1939 died October 9, 2018.

Wife of Larry, mother of Richard, Rebecca, and Ben, Stepmother to Ron and Pam, grandmother to Melissa, Melody, Ryan, Audra, Jeremy, Kendra Laura, Jonathan, Heather, Austin, and also great grandmother to some of her grandchildren’s children.

She was a realtor, active in several groups like Soroptimist International and Christian Woman’s Association. She had a passion for music, she sewed, crafted and always had a way to make things look better. Her gift to this world was her amazing singing voice and acting talents that she shared with many a church choir and to any occasion that needed them.

A love for beautiful flowers and bees was evident in her gardens and her home décor. Each spring she looked forward to planting new flowers and having a beautiful yard. Because of her nickname Bebe, she collected bees and often joked of getting a tattoo of two little bees to express her personality.

Her children and grandchildren were the highlights of her life and it only got brighter when great grandchildren entered the scene. She was always willing to drop whatever she was doing to help whenever any of her grandchildren needed her.

She was a friend to whomever she met and she will be missed by many. She is preceded in death by her father Lawrence Wright, mother Loris Wright, sister Betsy King and brother Duke Wright. Her brother Bill Wright resides in Massachusetts.


Sally Perley
Manchester, NH
Oct 25, 2018

My love to all, I wish I was nearer to be there with you. She has been doing her best to beat Cancer for some time now! May she Rest In Peace! Love to your whole family,

Aunt Sally

Rebecca Callaway
Spanaway, WA
Oct 25, 2018

Love and miss you mom.

Mitzi cheney
Marietta, Ga
Oct 25, 2018

So sorry for your loss Ben. Losing s mother is one of the hardest things in life. May she Rest In Peace.

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