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Beulah Beryl “Rusty” Inman

Craig resident Beulah Beryl “Rusty” Inman died Nov. 8, 2002, at Valley View Manor. She was 90.

Inman was born Jan. 29, 1912, near Coldwater, Kan., to Edwin S. and Lucy (Daily) Young. She was raised and attended school in Kansas and moved to Grand Junction in 1936 and then to Craig in 1938.

She married Vernon Inman on May 7, 1940, in Vernal, Utah. They made their home in Craig and Inman worked as a waitress at area restaurants and as a clerk at several liquor stores.

She was a member of First Christian Church, the Mite Society and the Humane Society. She enjoyed fishing, camping, animals and was a very good cook.

Inman is survived by her God child, Chuck (Tonia) McCoy of El Cajon, Calif., and their children, Patrick (Julie) McCoy, of Lakeside, Calif., Loyd (Bud) McCoy of San Diego, Calif., and Debra (Richard) Schoonover of Ft. Collins, Colo.; many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. She is also survived by many, many special friends who have supported and cared for her through the years.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Henry, Albert, Joe and Neil; sisters, Ora, Myra, Blanches, Flora, Bessie, Gladys, Inez and Lucille and her husband, Vernon, who died in February of 1990.

Services were Nov. 12, 2002, at First Christian Church in Craig with Beryl Wright officiating. Anne Carr was the organist and Wanda Brown the soloist. Selections were “I’ll Fly Away”, “In the Sweet By and By” and “Love Lifted Me.”

Pallbearers were Loyd McCoy, Gary Schram, Steven Schram, Richard Schoonover, Mike McGee and Steve Berkhoff.

Honorary pallbearers were all her many friends.

Interment followed at Craig Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Moffat County Humane Society, First Christian Church or Valley View Manor in care of Grant Mortuary.


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