Beckelheimer, Shirley Charlene

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Shirley Charlene Beckelheimer was born June 4, 1936 in Zanesville, Ohio. She went home to be with our Lord on March 13, 2014.

Charlene or “Charlie ” as most of her friends called her Moved toThe Colony, Texas in November of 2009 to be near her daughter, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Charlene’s passions were gardening, cooking, fishing, collecting cookbooks, antique glassware and she loved a good garage sale. She loved being around her family and all their activities.

She is preceded in death by her husband, William O Beckelheimer; mother, Eva Frances Stottsberry Huneck; father, August Leslie Huneck.

She leaves behind daughter, Dena Kramer and son-in-law, Denver Kramer of The Colony; 3 grandchildren, Elizabeth and husband, David Anderson of Denton Texas, Eric Kramer of Euless Texas, and Anthony Kramer of The Colony Texas; 2 great grandchildren, Gabriel and Emma Anderson; 3 brothers, Frank Huneck and family of Simi Valley, California, John Huneck and family of Valley Village, California and Richard Huneck and family of Grove City, Ohio.

In lieu of Flowers a memorial contribution can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. (ALZ.Org)

Please send condolences to the family on this website.

15 replies on “Beckelheimer, Shirley Charlene”

June and Larry Harless says:

Dena and Family, so sorry for your loss. I know Charlene was happy being close to all of you. She was a special person and will be missed. Love and prayers, your cousin June and family

Becky and Gary fisher says:

Dena and family : Our deepest sympathy goes out to you.
We always enjoyed seeing your mother at our family gathers.
My sister Linda always would make a point to go see your mother when she lived in Michigan .
We have many lovely memories as I’m sure you do . May the good memories bring you much joy in the days to come. Becky. STOTTSBERRY Fisher

Becky and Gary fisher says:

Dena and family : Our deepest sympathy goes out to you.
We always enjoyed seeing your mother at our family gathers.
My sister Linda always would make a point to go see your mother when she lived in Michigan .
We have many lovely memories as I’m sure you do . May the good memories bring you much joy in the days to come. Becky. STOTTSBERRY Fisher–Zanesville Ohio

Barb Dawson says:

Dena, Denver, Elizabeth, Dave, Gabriel, & Emma – So sorry about your loss of Mima. She was very sweet! Our love and prayers go out to you. Grant, Barb, Maya, Mackenzie, & Dane

Dena Kramer says:

I will miss those Beautiful green eyes and you calling me “Baby Girl” I love you Mom, RIP

Tricia & Kenny Kramer says:

Dear Dena, Denny and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. We know how much she meant to all of you and how much you all cared for her. Thinking of you with much love.

Craig, Mary, Rachael & Sarah Lemmler says:

So truly sorry to hear of your loss. You were all blessed to have her with you, she was blessed how well you took care of her.

Love you all & thinking of you at thus very sad time.

Love,Craig, Mary, Rachael & Sarah

Dena Szylkonis says:

To my Texas family, Dena, Denver, Anthony, Elizabeth, Eric, Dave, Emma and Gabriel, I’m sending you love and prayers during this time of loss. May God be with you and bring you comfort.

Jim Stottsberry says:

Sorry for your loss(our loss) . A special friend and cousin!

Sharon Stottsberry Graves says:

Dearest Dena & Family, I was so sad to hear of your mother’s passing. She was such a special lady. Whenever she was in Ohio she would always take time to come for a visit. Spending time with Charlene was always a joy. What a blessing for you to be able to care for you mother these last five years. Love and Blessings to you, your family, Frank and John. Your cousin, Sharon and family (Bussie & Melba’s daughter)

Jim Stottsberry says:

Sorry for your loss. Mothers always mean so much. Cousin Jim Stottsberry.

John Huneck says:

Today I drink a toast to Charlene, a celebration of her optimistic view of life. Her glass was always half full and her door was always open. You will be missed. Lots of love. R.I.P. Your brother John

Sue and Denny Donohoe says:

We will miss our little friend and next-door neighbor who we knew for such a short time. Our daily visits were so much fun and Charlie brought everyone’s spirit up. Charlie, we,ll raise a glass of Apple juice in your honor at THE CORNER CLUB in the dining room tonight.

Mary Alexander says:

Charlie, I’m going to miss your smiling face and “can-do” attitude. I loved visiting with you every day. We all voted you one of our favorite residents. Say HI to God for us because we all know you are in heaven.
Mary Alexander.

Ann says:

I have only the best of memories of my dear friend. Charlene was always there for me in the best of times, the most difficult of times and helped to mold a stronger person. We laughed a lot together! She was a great driver and could stop on a dime when I spotted a garage sale. Dena, you must remember how it took us 12 hours to get to your house in Ohio. Charlene’s greatest love was for her daughter and family, and she was blessed to have her take care of her. I hope we see each other again, and as Charlene would say, “I love you babe.”

Annie

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