Beatrice Opal Haug

October 4, 1928October 6, 2020

Beatrice Opal Haug "Grandma Bea" "Auntie Beaty"

The youngest of 13 children born to James and Jane Low, Bea is joining all of them, many great friends along with her husband Don and great grandson Joshua and great granddaughter Ryann in Heaven.

Bea is survived by her daughter Barbara Bornkamp, son and daughter in law Roger and Maree Haug, grandchildren Kevin Bornkamp, Allen Bornkamp, Amy and Erik Davies, Mary Beth and Shawn Hamilton, Kelbea Haug, Blake and Shelby Haug and Cale Haug, 9 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren. A stay at home mom and a wonderful homemaker, family always came first. She supported both kids all throughout school and was an avid fan of Everett High Football and Basketball.

Many relatives and friends considered Bea their second mother. The door was always open at the Haug house and many people came over the 72 years she lived there for a game of cards, a hot meal, a cold drink or just somewhere to visit. Bea never had a bad word to say about anyone. She will be missed by all who knew her.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Everett High Blue and Gold Club are appreciated.

Due to COVID, a small family Graveside Service will be held.

A special thanks to Marlene Low and Hospice for their help fulfilling her wish to leave her home feet first.


  • Kevin Bornkamp
  • Blake Haug
  • Cale Haug
  • Erik Davies
  • Shawn Hamilton
  • Justin Albee


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Beatrice Opal Haug

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James Low

October 16, 2020

Aunt Beatie was such a delightful person to visit. I'm glad I was able to see her and pray with her in mid summer. Her tea and homemade cookies were always available and offered. When I think of her I think of hospitality in a simple and memorable way. I'm reminded of Romans 13:2 in the Bible: "Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some have unwittingly entertained angels." Years ago I experienced the love of the Lord Jesus Christ through Christians who were so hospitable to me and other service men in the U.S. Navy. Such links over time in the chain of life resulted in my coming to a saving knowledge of Christ. She is much loved and will be greatly missed.

Susie Martin

October 15, 2020

Aunt Beaty was not only my Aunt but My Godmother. I couldn’t have chosen anyone better. She was so kind, loving and caring. I spent many of my childhood days at Aunt Beaty and Uncle Dons. She was always cooking something. As I became an adult I also continued to go there to play cards and of course eat again. All of our memories of her will keep her in our hearts forever, she will be missed by all whose lives she touched.
So sorry for your loss Barb, Roger and families.

Love you all,
Susie and Curt

Lois Dennis

October 15, 2020

Aunt Beauty was the most wonderful person. She was like a sister to me. We were together a lot when we were in school. We workedtogether, went to football games at Bagshaw Field,(does anyone else remember that far back?) We spent many happy times playing cards, which we both loved. She was the very best and cared about everyone she knew. RIP Aunt Beauty. I will always love you and you will be forever in my heart.

Mike Erga

October 15, 2020

Always a wonderful woman, always there to welcome me into her home and make awesome food. I grew up going there with Blake for about 30 years. You will be missed grandma B. RIP.


October 15, 2020

Aunt Beaty was a treasure. Always there for me and my family. Will never forget Christmas morning at Aunt BEATY’s where all the families would gather to share the warmth and love.
Jack and Diane Low

Lance Dennis

October 14, 2020

Aunt Beaty was full of love for everyone.
I can’t recall if there was ever a day when I visited that she was not baking bread.
Her home was always filled with love and the unmistakable aroma of freshly baked bread.

I also remember the old ice cream maker that she would bring outside on the front lawn and let all the kids take turns cranking and making fresh ice cream.

Thank you aunt Beaty for always loving!!

Mariah Fox-Miller

October 14, 2020

So many wonderful memories with Grandma Bea. She was the kindest most loving soul. My children looked up to her as a Grandma. We always had the best time at her yearly fish fries with the Haug family and loved her delicious trays of Christmas cookies during the holidays. She will be dearly missed.

With our love,
Mariah, Montana & Safronia

Cher Simons

October 14, 2020

So many great memories of time spent with family and friends at Aunt Beaty's house. The card games, the luncheons and the love. I am so sorry Barb, Roger and families for the loss of this special woman. My prayers to all of you. Love you.

Kjersti Stroup

October 14, 2020

Grandma Bea was always so kind to me. I appreciate the countless times she hosted my husband and I for a barbecue or other event and will miss those interactions with her. I’m so sorry for your loss, Haug family.


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