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Beulah Jane Wells

December 9, 1929 - May 3, 2022

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Beulah Jane Wells, 92, of Woodstock, Ohio passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 in her home.

Beulah was born December 9, 1929 in Rainsboro, Ohio.

Beulah was a 1947 graduate of Edward Lee McCain High School. Beulah retired from the Marysville Women's Reformatory after 30 years of service. She was a member of Woodstock Free Will Baptist Church. She was also a member of the Xenia Old Timers Club. Beulah loved reading, singing, playing the piano, and most of all her family and friends.

Beulah is survived by her children, Charles Crusie, David (Cathy) Crusie, Thomas (Mary) Crusie and Mark (Judy) Crusie; her grandchildren, Chad (Lulu) Crusie, Amy Lynn (Win) Crusie Jones, Curtis Speelman, Michelle (Chad) Self, Tina (Monte) Miller, Carlotte (Steve) Garringer, Melissa (Pete) Fink, Kim (Mike) Marcum, and Jessica Crusie; her stepdaughters, Ellen (Kenny) Cordell, Ila Jean (Roderick) Yocum; stepdaughter-in-law, Christina Wells; stepson-in-law, Douglas Hostetler; sister, Betty Swearingen; as well as several great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Lester and Inez (Washburn) Jenkins; husband, Edwin Wells; sisters, Mary Jenkins, Mildred Hudson and Anna Jenkins; brothers, Harold Jenkins, Charles Jenkins, and Homer Jenkins; step-daughters, Teddy Sawyer, Ann Hostetler, and Helen Combs; step-son Eddie Wells.

Graveside services to be held later in Beaver Cemetery, Paint Township, Highland County.

Arrangements are entrusted to FRESHWATER, MCDONALD & VERNON Funeral Home, North Lewisburg, Ohio.

Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.vernonfh.com.

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Roderick and Ila Jean Yocom - May 16, 2022
My sincerest sympathies to all of you. Grandma Janie will be missed.
Homer E Jenkins - May 15, 2022
Sorry about your Lost I didn't know Beulah but I think I might be a distance relation trying to figure out the family tree just wondering if you knew any of it thanks for your time again sorry for your lost
Virginia Jones - May 6, 2022
I loved Jane like a mother. We went to church together for years. She would help in any way no matter what was needed. She always supported church ladies group. She provided snacks, supported all our projects, attended meetings. There were times we happened to run out of a certain item at some of our dinners she would take off to her house to see what she could find to provide for our dinners. She was a worker. Now she is home with her Lord basking in the love of God. Jane, we will be there to see you soon.
Sheila Kreglow - May 6, 2022
Sending my Condolences to Janie's family. Sorry to hear of her passing.Janie was a great neighbor whome I will miss alot. May she hold a place in our heart that will never leave us.Sending Prays and may she Rest in Peace.
Brenda Brewington - May 6, 2022
I spent many hours with Grandma Janie and the Wells family. I have many wonderful memories of her. As a matter of fact every time I bake a Texas Sheetcake for my family I smile and remind them of the lady who always made them for us. She welcomed me into her home any time of day or night. Lots of good memories….
Natasha Wells Niklas - May 6, 2022
A wonderful grandma, she was loved very much and will be dearly missed. So many great memories.

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