Louella M. Beard

Hale, Michigan
November 4, 1950 - July 16, 2014

Service Location

Curtisville Cemetery


A graveside service for Louella will take place at Curtisville Cemetery on August 9, 2014 at 1 p.m. Pastor Jimmy Bean will be officiating the service. A memorial luncheon will follow the service at 3 pm. at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles at 5971 M-65, Hale, Michigan.

Obituary Notice

Louella Beard (Fuller), age 63, of Hale, Michigan passed away at home on July 16, 2014.

She is survived by her children; Sherry (John) Meredith of Kalamazoo, Jeremy (Kandy) Michaud of Battle Creek, Ryan (Angela) Michaud of Battle Creek, Jody Beard, and Marie Beard; grandchildren, Alicia, Rochelle, William, Jonathon, Morgan, Rylan, Tori, Dillon, Brice, Xena; Carly, Elijah, Alexander, and Molly; brothers, Clement and Dennis, and sisters June and Doreen, along with many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband James Beard who passed away in 2011, twin brother Lowell Fuller, and parents Clement and Harriet Fuller.

Louella worked as a group leader for many years in the automotive business. She enjoyed fishing, camping, and gambling. She loved playing pool and was considered a “pool shark” by many. Louella was a member of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles.

Arrangements handled by the Hale Chapel of the Buresh Funeral Home, 121 S. Washington Street.


Curtisville Cemetery


I love you aunt louella. I will always miss you but I am happy you are no longer in pain and you are home with my dad.
— Tabitha Parsons
I was very close to my mother. She went in her sleep peacefully surrounded by her family. I look forward to the day that I get to be with her in our Heavenly Fathers Kingdom.
— Sherry Meredith
It was not your time to go. The last time I saw you you were so full of life.
— Brandon Parsons
How do you say goodbye? On the 9th I say goodbye too the one person I loved above all else. God mom I miss you so much. I miss your smile, your wisdom, your love. It will never be the same for me in this life. I Love you mom.
— Jeremy Michaud
So sorry to hear this. I remember all the good times we had at the Hilltop. That was the good old days.
— judy morris

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