Beulah was a fun, loving, caring person who loved flowers and to garden. She always said, "I'll dance at your wedding" and "You ain't got to worry about me-" Beulah was a person who loved to go fishing and taught everyone who wanted to learn how to fish. She loved baseball and her favorite team was the Oakland A's. She also enjoyed shopping and dancing. Beulah was an intelligent, funny, and a very witty person.
Beulah gained her wings on August 3, 2020, at the age of 85. She was born on April 08, 1935, to Beatrice Parker and Tom Austin Sr., in Little Rock Arkansas. Beulah grew up in Arkansas and moved to Memphis, Tennessee in the 1950s and then to Chicago, Illinois in the late 1950s where she lived for 20 years. She eventually moved to California in the early 1970s, where she settled. Beulah took pride in raising her 10 children and her love for gardening.
Beulah is proceeded in death by her mother Beatrice Parker and her Father Tom Austin Sr. Also, by her grandchildren Kenneth Lashawn Lee and La'sandra Juanita La'Cullie Coleman. She leaves behind to cherish her memory (3) brothers, Tom Austin Jr., Calvin Austin, and Johnny Ray. (6) sisters, Coral Lee Hawthorne, Flossie Lawrence Austin, Shirley Ann Austin, and Shirley Jean Austin, and Jewlean Robinson. She also leaves behind (10) children, Daisy Austin of Atlanta, Hershley Bryant of Sacramento, Rustine Lee (Kenny) of Chicago, Clenzelle Bryant Sr. (Denise) of San Francisco, Adelle Bryant (Debra) of Sacramento, Theresa Bryant of San Francisco, Ronnie Bryant Sr. (Detra) of Sacramento, Tom Bryant Sr. of Sacramento, Maria Dodson (Anthony) of Sacramento, and Nathan Bryant of Sacramento. Her long-time companion Leroy Brewer. 48 grandchildren, a host of great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, family, and friends.
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