Florence P. BeebeApril 08,2013Florence P. Beebe Rites
The memorial service for Florence Parker Beebe, 99, of Rutland, who died Jan. 28, 2013, was held Saturday, April 6, at Grace Congregational United Church of Christ.
The Rev. John Weatherhogg, senior minister, officiated.
Organist and accompanist was Rip Jackson. Soloist was Andrea Champine-Lopez. Pianist was Carol Lewis, a niece.
Eulogies were offered by daughter Marjorie Candon and grandson the Rev. Alan Williams, and words of remembrance by family and friends.
Burial was in East Clarendon Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Tossing Funeral Home.
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