Beulah G. Osborne

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Jan 12 1925
Sep 6 2020
95 Years
Cochranville

Beulah G. Osborne, 95, of Cochranville, passed away on Sunday, September 6, 2020, at Oxford, PA.  She was the wife of the late Charlie Hart who died in 1944, the late J. Elwood Lewis who died in 1981, and the late Ray W. Osborne who died in 2004.  Born in West Jefferson, Ash County, NC, she was the daughter of the late Freil and Bertha Moxley Coldiron.

She retired from the Friends Home in Kennett Square where she worked as a nursing aid.  She was a member of the Safe Harbor Baptist Church in Cochranville. She ran the "Lewis Garage Sale" on Rt. 41 for over 20 years.

She is survived by her children, Charles E. (Nancy L.), Joseph F. (Nancy J.), and William T. (Joanne) all of Cochranville, grandchildren, Jeff Lewis, Jennifer Hauser, Jodi Muldoon, Michael Lewis, and Andrea Mayberry, great-grandchildren, Amber Lewis, Jamie Mayberry, John Lewis, Alec Lewis, Maddie Muldoon, Macy Muldoon, Mackenzie Muldoon, Olivia Hauser, and Chris Eckman, and a great-great-grandchild, Addie Mae Lewis.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services on Monday, September 14, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. from the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, with visitation starting at 10:00 a.m.  Interment at Glen Run Baptist Cemetery.  In order to protect those at-risk, please wear a face mask and practice social distancing.

Service Date: 
Sep 14 2020 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home- 434 Main St., Parkesburg, PA 19365

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We will miss you Mommom. We have so many memories of our childhood when we would come and stay at your house. We loved playing in the garage when you had the garage sales. All of us will miss your advice and good conversation when we came for a visit. You always loved when we could sit down and talk for a bit. You made the best sausage gravy and biscuits and cornbread.

My daughters loved spending time with you either sitting on the porch or at the kitchen table just talking. They always smiled and laughed about the stories you would tell. 

We love you and will forever hold you close. Rest In Peace Mommom 

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Fred, Tom and Ed,

I'm so sorry to hear of your moms passing.

I have very fond memories of both Elwood and Beulah.

She always included me and many of the other boys in the neighborhood when it was time for lunch.

I'm sure we will all remember how great her choclate gravy was.

Take care and may GOD BLESS you and all your famlies.

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I was so blessed to have had you for 47 years. From being a child and staying over with my cousins, vacationing down south and trips to Cowtown, NJ. Then to all the holidays and visiting with my own children. I cherished every visit and memory we have. You were quite a spitfire and strong lady. I know you were tired  and also lived a long happy life. But are deffinently at peace now. It's what makes me smile. Even though my heart is broke . While the Covid made this year more challenging then ever. And you didn't quite understand the zoom and window visits - I'm still glad we had them. I love you so very much and will miss you until we meet again. 

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Ed, Tom, Fred, spouses, children, and grandchildren: So sorry to hear of your loss. Always loved hearing Beulah's southern drawl and especially got a kick out of hearing her chastise her boys for something! I think Andrea said it best in that she was a 'spitfire'. She may have been short in stature but in true 'Lewis fashion', would take guff from no one! We won’t be able to attend Monday but please know that our love, thoughts, and prayers will be with you all❤️🙏

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