OBITUARY

JALAINE M BEALE

February 22, 1937September 23, 2010

Jalaine Beale 73, passed away on September 23, 2010 at VNA Hospice House with her daughter by her side. Mom was born in Millinocket, Maine, on February 22, 1937 at her grandparent’s home. Mom left behind, daughter Kimberly Busick-Rioseco and her husband Julian, from Vero Beach, FL. A son Richard Wasylchack and his wife Donna from, Beacon,NY, daughter, Kimmie Beale, from Detroit, MI, grandson Scott Busick, from Atlanta, GA and Rikki Wasylchack, from Beacon, NY, two great grandsons, Elijah Richard Busick and Zion Scott Lee Busick , from Atlanta, GA, sisters, Carrie Bragdon, from, Bangor, ME and Debra DeLoff and husband Christen, from Oceanside, CA, brother, David Mott and wife Ellen, from Bucksport, ME along with many more family members she loved. A memorial service will e held on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at 646 SW 19th Place Vero Beach, FL, at 1:30pm. Mom is met in heaven by her husband of 24 years, Richard Beale and two sons, Gary Gifford and Scott Gifford, also her parents Jerome and Leona Mott. Her hobby’s were relaxing with a good book. She loved boating and picnics with her family. She was an office manager for Pirates Cove Marina for many years. The family would like to thank VNA Hospice House of Vero Beach, FL for all the Love and help. A celebration of life will be held at 646 SW 19th Place Vero Beach, FL on October 2, 2010 at 1:30pm.

Arrangements under the direction of Aycock Funeral Home, Fort Pierce, FL.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, October 2, 2010
REMEMBERING

JALAINE M BEALE

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October 3, 2010

David and Ellen... Im so sorry to learn of the loss of your sister/sister-in-law. May you always keep the fond memories of her inside your heart. She will certainly be missed by everyone.

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Carrie Bragdon

September 30, 2010

My Dearest Big Sister, I shall always remember following you around when we were little girls in Millinocket; having and raising our precious children together; celebrating birthdays, holidays and just plain days. Talking on the phone and laughing our heads off. You are sorely missed, but I know God is taking good care of you and you are finally at Peace. God bless you.
I love you always.

Rosalie and Bob Doughty

September 28, 2010

I met Jalaine at BHS and thought her to be a beautiful teenager. Just because I was a few years younger than she, still she went out of her way to speak and make me feel welcome. I feel bad when the beautiful people leave us. Our condolences are with her family. Rosalie and Bob Doughty

September 28, 2010