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Funeral services for Beulah Anderson, 89, of Marshall, formerly of Cottonwood, will be at 11:00 AM Saturday, January 7th, at St. Lucas Lutheran Church, rural Cottonwood, with visitation one hour prior. Visitation will be Friday, January 6th at the J.H. Lynner Funeral Home in Clarkfield from 5:00‐7:00 PM with a prayer service at 7:00 PM.
Beulah died on Wednesday, January 4th, 2023 at Heritage Pointe in Marshall.
Beulah Marie Mauland was born at the family farm in rural Cottonwood on May 8, 1933, to Conrad and Secelia (Miller) Mauland. Beulah was baptized and confirmed at St. Lucas Lutheran Church. She attended country school near her home and went on to Cottonwood High School, graduating in 1951.
On January 10, 1953, Beulah married Norman Anderson at St. Lucas Church. They lived a short time in both Florida and Ohio while Norman finished his Air Force Service. They then returned to the farm where she was born and spent the next 56 years farming and raising their family. They also enjoyed traveling and spent 20 winters in Arizona. In 2009 they moved from the farm to a home in Cottonwood. In 2020 Beulah moved to assisted living in Marshall, first at Boulder Creek, and then at Heritage Pointe.
Along with raising 5 kids of her own, there were always extra kids at the farm and always plenty of food for everyone – especially chocolate cake. Beulah made and decorated special cakes for many occasions. She also enjoyed sewing, painting, stained glass, and many other crafts and hobbies and passed on her knowledge to others. Beulah enjoyed babies and children and was truly a lifesaver many times over when she came to help with grandchildren and great‐grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and others. Music was always very important to Beulah. She played drums in the high school band. She loved to sing alto in choirs and small groups in school, church, and in Arizona.
Beulah is survived by her husband, Norman; five children, Wesley Anderson of Tijeras, NM, Teresa (Robert) Hoff of Wood Lake, Dennis (Cindy) Anderson of Cottonwood, Loren Anderson of Cottonwood, Lorinda (Randy) Holland of DeSmet, SD; six grandchildren, Angela (Brian) Nyp, Kristen Gray, Ariana (Adam) Jungemann, Isaac (Kala) Anderson, Andrew Holland, Lane Holland; twelve great‐grandchildren, Tyler, Sydney, Ryleigh, Wyatt, Pyper, Kylan, Aden, Gavin, Mason, Morgan, Boden, Rowen, and one on the way, and many close relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, cousins, and other relatives.