OBITUARY

Beth Rosalee Bart

February 17, 1926May 20, 2020

Our beloved Mother passed away peacefully in her own home in Alderwood Manor, built by her and her husband in 1956. She was born in Avon, WA on 2-17-1926 to Edolph and Maudie Nelson and grew up on their dairy farm in Lyman, WA. She met the love of her life, Robert E Bart, at Union High School in Sedro Woolley, and they were married on June 20, 1947 until Dad’s death on July 12, 2007. Mom worked as a Registered Nurse after proudly earning her degree from St. Luke’s Nursing Program in Bellingham. She was an attentive, loving mother to Rick (Lee), Cathy (Stewart), Bruce (Cathy Anne), and Ron (Shelli). Mom was an enthusiastic gardener, seamstress, assistant house builder, cook, and loved to camp, hike, fish, and home can all the garden produce. Along with her 4 children, Mom leaves 9 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Mom was preceded in death by her parents, Robert, her sisters Lois and Dea Ann, and her grandson Joshua. She will be laid to rest next to our father and her grandson at Floral Hills in a private graveside service on May 28 at noon. Donations in our mother’s memory can be made to Snoh County Meals on Wheels at sssc.org/donate.

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Jeff Bart

May 22, 2020

I remember all of the good times that I had over at "Grandma and Grandpa's house". Throwing that red ball over the roof to the other side, picking cherries out front, the motorcycle ride, playing bumper pool, shooting hoops before the basket got taken down, bottlerockets, Chancey drooling on everything, walking down to the "crick" (as Grandma used to jokingly call it). And of course, the main thing that I remember was the awesome food that Grandma used to cook. My favorite would probably have to be the green beans! The rhubarb pies were also really good and memorable. In fact, whenever I see rhubarb it takes me back to those days. I'll never forget Grandma's laugh either. It made me smile and want to say something to get her to laugh some more. Thank you for everything Grandma, I love you! Rest in Peace.

Renee (Burgoyne) Martin

May 22, 2020

Beth and my mom were friends forever so I feel like I grew up with Beth and the entire family. I remember how Beth would stop to see mom, always a scarf tied in her hair and she would sit holding her purse in her lap. She would say I just stopped for a minute, but would stay an hour. I loved her kindness and her laugh. Rick, Cathy, Bruce and Ron, I am so sorry for your loss, but know she is now on a new adventure.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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