Person:Mildred Beal (2)

Watchers
m. 24 Jul 1890
  1. Russell Howard Beal1891 - 1892
  2. Clyde Edward Beal1892 - 1945
  3. John Brinker Beal1894 - 1969
  4. Grace Alva Beal1896 - 1974
  5. Nora Bell Beal1897 - 1980
  6. Elma Etta Beal1903 - 1940
  7. Oliver Theodore Beal1904 - 1984
  8. Rev. William Clark Beal1905 - 1977
  9. Cora Elizabeth Beal1910 - 1985
  10. Mary Frances Beal1913 - 1996
  11. Mildred Jane Beal1915 - 2000
  • HOrton Hepler1914 - 1980
  • WMildred Jane Beal1915 - 2000
Facts and Events
Name Mildred Jane Beal
Gender Female
Birth? 27 Nov 1915 Mount Pleasant, Fayette, Pennsylvania
Death? 27 Feb 2000 Mount Pleasant, Fayette, Pennsylvania

Mildred can be found in the following census:

1920 Bullskin, Fayette, PA Federal Census 1930 Bullskin, Fayette, PA Federal Census

GREEN LICK CEMETERY, BULLSKIN TOWNSHIP, FAYETTE COUNTY, PA HEPLER, Jane Beal, 1915-2000 (same stone as Orton)

M. Jane Beal Hepler M. Jane Beal Hepler, 84, of Wooddale, Mount Pleasant, Pa., died Sunday, February 27, 2000, in Fay-West Health System's Frick Hospital, Mount Pleasant. She was born September 27, 1915, in Mount Pleasant, Pa., daughter of Clyde Beal and Mary Washabaugh Beal. Jane was a graduate of the former Ramsay High School in Mount Pleasant. She was formerly employed at Frick Hospital as a Controller/Business Office Manager where she worked for 25 years. She was a member of Paradise United Methodist Church for more than 50 years,where she served as the Church Treasurer and a Sunday School teacher for over 50 years. She was the Chairperson of the Pastor-Parish Committee and she served on the recent 125th Anniversary Committee. On the United Methodist Church District level she served as a District Parsonage Trustee and the Lay Equalization Delegate to the Western Pennsylvania United Methodist Conference. She was also a member and past president of the United Methodist Women, and since 1980 she served almost daily as a full time volunteer of the Connellsville Community Ministries. Jane was a Life Member and Past Master of the Pleasant Valley Grange. She was also the longest living volunteer of the Bullskin Township Fair. She was a member and past treasurer of the Bullskin Township Lioness Club and a member of the Pleasant Valley Lions Club where she held several offices and was the recipient of the coveted "Melvin Jones Fellow Award for her work in Lionism. In 1992 Jane received the Connellsville Chamber of Commerce Service Award. Her husband, Orton W. Hepler, died in 1980. Also deceased are her parents; six brothers, Russell, Clyde, John, Oliver, Lloyd and the Rev. William Beal, and five sisters, Alma Keefer, Grace Crise, Nora Wilson, Elizabeth Daniels and Mary Basinger.