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Beatrice Cross

Beatrice Cross (Cross)

Friday, August 31st, 1945 - Friday, March 27th, 2020
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Beatrice Cross
August 31, 1945 – March 27, 2020

Beatrice Cross (Minke) was born August 31, 1945 and passed away on March 27, 2020. Beatrice died of complications of COVID-19 peacefully in her sleep at the Careage of Whidbey nursing home in Coupeville, WA. She is survived by her son, Ken (Dawnelle) Conlisk and daughter Rebekah (Jeff) Shoup. She is also survived by her older sister Sondra, her brother Charles (Laurinda), her twin sister Barbara, grandsons Timmy & Danny, granddaughters Bella, MaryBeth, Gabby & Hope, great granddaughter Scarlett and many nieces and nephews. She is well known among her family and friends as a very happy and personable lady. Her giggle is her most fondly remembered trait and she was a constant joy in life. She was loved very much, and she will be greatly missed. Family and friends are encouraged to share memories and condolences at www.whidbeymemorial.com.
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Laurinda Minke

Posted at 08:21pm
First let me thank Marjorie Bailey for her kind and loving memories of my youngest sister Beatrice Minke Conlisk Cross.
Bea faced life's challenges with rare bravery and strength. She always tried her best to overcome severe medical conditions: epilepsy from the young age of two, Guillain-Barré took her mobility confining her to a wheelchair, and eventually she required the supportive care provided by the medical and administrative personnel working for the Careage of Whidbey Nursing Home. Bea's family is most appreciative of all the loving care she received from the Careage of Whidbey professionals.
Bea was a dear sweet sister and she knew how much she was loved by her brother, sisters and their families. The memories are vibrant and she will be sorely missed by her loving brother, Charles (Chuck) L. Minke.
MB

Marjorie Bailey

Posted at 05:25pm
I have known Bea for over a year, as my sister lives in the next room. She and I connected and visited often and yes, Her
giggle/laugh will fondly be remembered. I also appreciated her ability to color and encouraged her to continue because
she had a knack of putting color together. She was always pleasant to me and will be remembered. I am so sorry for
your loss at this time. This virus is devastating and I am sorry it was able to take her life so unexpectedly. Much love to your
family, and may you find comfort and peace. I will miss her. Marjorie Bailey
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