Beulah Ruth Rumbaugh was in Bedford, Wyoming, August 7, 1928 to Lena May Merritt and Joseph Neuenschwander. Beulah died September 25,2020 in Blackfoot Idaho.She was a wonderful daughter, wife, sister, mother, aunt, grandma and friend. Everyone that knew her loved her, she was easy to love.
She was the oldest of 6 children. Her father died after long illness on October 27, 1940 Beulah was 12, Larry 11, Penny 9, Joan 8 Orville 6 and Joyce 4. Beulah life cahnged, she helped her mom with the 5 younger children while her mom and brother Larry worked the farm in Bedford. Beulah did a pretty good job of cleaning cooking and dealing with 4 small children ages from 4 to 9. Her mother married Harold Titensor, November 19,1941. That Thanksgiving Beulah drove the team of horses with a load of hay, while Larry rode the horse and drove the cattle, followed with a load of kids in the car with Harold and her mom. They moved to the ranch in Thayne on Muddy String Rd. To this beautiful family came 2 more children Patsy and Johnny.
Beulah married Kenneth Nels Jorgensen on Auguust 8,1946. Ken brought a young son with him to this union.. Beulah loved this little boy Marvin unconditionally. Two more boys were added to this little family Kenny and Don Lee. They lived in various parts of Utah and Wyoming. Ken died at a hunting camp in October 1971. Beulah worked at various jobs to support herself and her boys. Years later later she met Harold (Sarge) Rumbaugh for him it was love at first sight, he adored this beautiful,smiling, happy blond. They were married November 7,1984 and continued to live in Alpine,Wyoming. The high light of their married was going with Mom and Dad Titensor camping up Greys River as camp hosts every summer .Beulah and Sarge loved it up there, they loved the mountains, fresh air, fishing and associating with people.Sarge died May 18, 2013. He has been waiting impatiently for his sweetheart to join him for 7 years, with a happy reunion! In 2017 Beulah sold her house in Alpine Wyoming and moved with Don and Gloria to Blackfoot Idaho
She has always been a hard worker, she was raised that way. She was a wonderful cook, well known for her cowboy potatoes. Family was important to her, she loved her boys and her grandkids. She will always be remembered for her loving, caring ways she was a giver, not a taker. Beulah last 2 years were spent at The Willows in Blackfoot, she was the life of the party with her kindness, her singing and her yodeling, to know her was to love her and everyone there loved her. They will truly miss her. We will all miss her, what a legacy of love she left.
Funeral will be Friday October 2, 2020 at the Thayne Schwab Funeral Chapel viewing at 10:00 a.m. with the funeral at 11:00 a.m.
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