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Beatrice L. Perrin-Beaulieu

April 6, 1934 November 26, 2020
Beatrice L. Perrin-Beaulieu
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Beatrice L. (Saul) Perrin-Beaulieu died unexpectedly at the age of 86 on November 26, 2020 with her family by her side. Bea was born April 6, 1934 to William & Iola (Miller) Saul.
She was preceded in death by her parents; sibling, precious son Don “Marty” Perrin, and loving husband Robert (Bob) Beaulieu. Surviving are her children: Penni (Vaughn) Vandecar, Todd (Tina) Perrin, Judi (Tim) Doran; her grandchildren: Kyle (Kristine) Vandecar, Candice (Jeff) Cawood, Vaughn (Angie) Vandecar, Amber (Zack) Loew, Sasha (Johnny) Phanthala, Zachary (Mary) Vandecar, Chadwick (Tara) Doran, Taylor (Ally) Vandecar, Ashley (Kenny) Price, Renelle (Nate) Buys, Jessica (Kevin) Saucier, Otto, Cheryl & William Doran, Hunter & Madison Perrin, David (Taylor) Doran; several great grandchildren; nephews; nieces, and her special nephew Larry Philo of TN.
Bea was a graduate of Sexton High School and Lansing Community College’s RN nurses’ program. She spent many wonderful and fulfilling years working in the emergency room at Lansing General Hospital and Sparrow. She was always proud that she had a reputation for giving the best painless shots.
Bea was a woman of many accomplishments. She left nursing in 1978 to run two successful restaurants in the Gun Lake, MI area – Circle Inn first and then later Amber Inn where she could share her love of cooking. People would wait in long lines just to eat her wonderful food. After Bea sold the Amber Inn, she and her husband Bob moved to Las Vegas where she was able to practice her passion of nursing again. Due to her husband’s health issues they moved back to the Michigan area to be by her family. She lived at Tamarack apartments where she made many wonderful friends who she loved dearly. She was the organizer of many potlucks and was known as BeBe to all there. Even though she suffered from severe Rheumatoid Arthritis she loved life, the Lord Jesus and lived her life to the fullest right to the end. She will be greatly missed by all those who loved her!
Due to Covid there will be no visitation at the funeral home. There will be a graveside services Tuesday, December 8th at 2:00pm for her family. In the spring her family will be hosting a “Celebration of Life” in honor of Bea. To be notified of the details for the celebration event please email her daughter Penni at The family has entrusted arrangements to Peters & Murray Funeral Home, Grand Ledge. Online condolences may be shared at
In Lieu of flowers please donate in honor of Bea to the Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation -

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