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Mother Beulah L. Stovall

Beulah Stovall, a beloved pillar of her community, transitioned on October 10, 2023, at the age of 103. She was born to John and Sephronia Fields on June 5, 1920, in La Junta, Colorado.
Beulah's early years were marked by a thirst for knowledge and a determination to make a difference. She graduated from North High School and went on to achieve a Bachelor of Science in Education from West Virginia State University, a testament to her dedication to learning. Her career as an educator with Columbus City Schools spanned many years, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of countless students. Her influence extended beyond the classroom, as she was known for her unwavering support and mentorship. Beulah's spiritual journey began at an early age when she accepted Christ into her heart. She was baptized in the Olentangy River while attending Antioch Baptist Church, and later became a devoted member of Triedstone Baptist Church. Her service to Triedstone was extensive and impactful. Beulah served as the Lead Servant for the Seasoned Citizens Ministry, contributed to the Missionary Society Ministry, and dedicated an astonishing 50 years as the Superintendent of Sunday School. Additionally, she served as Church Secretary and Church Clerk, roles she held with grace and dedication. Beulah's involvement extended to advising the Hattie Jackson Guild/Eastern Union, later renamed the Sephronia Fields Guild in honor of her mother. Outside of her church family, Beulah found joy in travel, particularly on cruises,which allowed her to experience the world and forge lasting memories with loved ones. Beulah was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, John Cecil.
She leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion, touching the lives of her cousins Roland Jackson (Columbus), Sharon Miller (California), Robin Render (Michigan), Bobby Render (Painesville), Jay (Regina) Trammell (Michigan), as well as her 5 adoptive children, Neva Dunn, Laverner Harris, Marcella Croft, Elder Larry, and Deaconess Charlotte Price, all of Columbus. She also leaves
behind a host of other cherished cousins and relatives.

Visitation 5:00pm and A Celebration of Life at 6:00pm at Triedstone Baptist Church on Sunday, October 15, 2023. Interment 10am Monday at Greenlawn Cemetery

Beulah Stovall's legacy of love, faith, and service will forever resonate in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know her. May she rest in eternal peace.

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