Beulah I. French Callon, 84, died Oct. 31, 2018 at Regency Convalescence Center from an extended illness. Beulah was born May 28, 1934 in Japton, Ark., to James and Edna Scott. Beulah moved with her family to Washington State when she was 9 years old. Beulah attended school in Okanogan, Wash. She married Leonard French Dec. 14, 1950 in Omak, Wash. They had two daughters Gale and Jane. Beulah and Leonard lived in Omak until 1966 and then moved to East Wenatchee, Wash. when Leonard began working at Alcoa. Beulah was a homemaker and she also worked seasonally at Witte packing.
Beulah and Leonard were married 48 years when Leonard passed away in 1999. On June 16, 2004, Beulah married Stan Callon. They lived a short time in Wenatchee and then moved to Riverside in 2005. Beulah was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and attended the East Wenatchee, Wenatchee and Omak congregations.
Survivors include: Her mother, Edna Scott of Omak; brothers, Clayton Scott of Omak, Fred Scott of Tonasket, Wash., Elzie Scott of Wenatchee, Kenneth Scott of Benton City, Wash.; daughter and son-in-law, Jane and Todd Strampher of Cashmere, Wash.; grandchildren, Ian Strampher of Cashmere, Kayla and Colt Cramer of Seattle, Wash., Brandon Boorman, of George, Wash., and Nicolas Boorman of Quincy, Wash.; great-grandchildren, Axle, Ayden and Liam Strampher of Cashmere, Palmer, Dominic, and Dane Boorman of George and Arya Boorman of Quincy. She was preceded in death by her father, James Scott; husband, Leonard French; brother, Charles Scott; and her daughter, Gale Boorman.
A celebration of life was at 11 a.m., Nov. 10, 2018 at the Omak Senior Center. Arrangements are being assisted by Precht-Harrison-Nearents Chapel of Okanogan.