23 November, 1906 – 27 October, 2020
Beulah Meloche, age 113 passed away on Tuesday (October 27, 2020) at the United Helpers Nursing Home in Ogdensburg. She will be buried at the Green Mountain Cemetery in White Hall, NY. Arrangement are with the Fox & Murray Funeral Home.
Ms. Meloche was born on November 23, 1906 in Chazy NY, a daughter of the late Nelson & Mary Elizabeth (Gilman) Barnaby. She grew up in Plattsburgh and later moved to Lisbon where she lived with O’Brian family for 10 years. At age 104 she then moved into the United Helpers Riverledge Nursing Home in Ogdensburg.
She grew up with three sisters Mabel, Edith and Matilda, but they have all predeceased her. Surviving are a niece Helen Bell of Watervliet, NY and a nephew Les Neddo of Clifton Park, NY.
Beulah first became the oldest person in New York State in November 2018, and captured the title of fifth oldest person in the United States prior to her death. Beulah will be remembered as a kind soul, and enjoyed being a caretaker for children.
Condolences and fond memories can also be shared online at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com. Memorial contributions can be made to a charity of one’s choice.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
October 30, 2020
I never met you, Beulah. 113 years is incredible. I want to wish you a happiness and comfort beyond compare as you now fly with the angels.
October 28, 2020
Beulah....you graced my home and my life for 12 years. I will never forget you. You were like a little grandmother to me. I will always treasure memories of you and I and my Mom canning tomatoes together, and how your face would light up at Christmas and your birthday when the gifts were piled in your lap. I'll remember Chuck the feral cat, who did not trust another soul in that house parading back and forth across your lap purring loudly. He knew you were a safe person. Rest easy my friend....you've earned it.
Julie Hackett Cliff
October 28, 2020
I will miss you, Beulah. It was an honor and a pleasure to have known you.
You certainly loved your cup of coffee. Simple pleasures.
You were a woman of deep faith and enjoyed receiving Holy Communion. May you rest now in God's peace.