|Birth: ||Jun. 30, 1899|
|Death: ||May 5, 1963|
Mrs. Beulah Carr Mikels, 63, of 3207 Elmwood Avenue, died in St. Elizabeth Hospital at 11:15 p.m. Sunday. She had been in failing health five years and entered the hospital Thursday after having been a patient in the Lesley Nursing Home, Buck Creek.
Born at Montmorence, June 30, 1899, Beulah was a life resident of Tippecaoe County and was married in Lafayette, October 21, 1920, to Charles Wallace Mikels who died in 1941. Mr. Mikels formerly operated a store and service station on Indiana 43, north of the city.
Mrs. Mikels formerly was a cook in the Purdue Union cafeteria for 15 years before her retirement in 1961. She was a member of Liberty Chapel E.U.B. Church.
Surviving are two sons, Dale of Lafayette and Charles,Jr., of Dillsboro; a daughter Mary Catherine Gunn of Lafayette; a brother Laban J. Coppock of Rt. 1, Mulberry, and four sisters, Mrs. Avah Batta of Otterbein, Mrs. Clyde Davis of Roachdale, Mrs. C.V. Shelburn of Peru and Mrs. Fred Foley of Detroit.
Margaret M. Coppock (1877 - 1912)
Charles Wallace Mikels (1897 - 1941)*
Charles Wallace Mikels (1924 - 2011)*
Dale Mikels (1925 - 2005)*
Mary Catherine Mikels Zeck (1926 - 2004)*
Barnard Mikels - Batta (1898 - 1978)*
Beulah Carr Mikels (1899 - 1963)
Theodore McKinley Coppock (1901 - 1931)*
Eunice Coppock (1906 - 1908)*
Indiana Soldiers Home Cemetery
Plot: Area WWI, Section South Central, Row O, Grave 46
Maintained by: Steve & Sue
Originally Created by: Anne Mortensen
Record added: Apr 20, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51370076
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday! Miss you Grandma|
Steve & Sue
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