Beatrice F. Marting

Beatrice F. Marting

October 09, 1939 - September 26, 2015

Beatrice F. Marting

October 09, 1939 - September 26, 2015


Beatrice Frances (Shult) Marting was called home on Saturday 9/26/2015. She is survived by her husband, Lou Marting, and children Paul (Sandi), Eileen and Keith; grandchildren Kenan and Selah; brothers Donald (Julie) and Richard (Marilyn) and sister-in-law Marcia.

Memorial Services are to be held at:

• 2:30 pm on Sunday 11/8/2015 at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church, 23262 El Toro Road, Lake Forest, CA 92630

• 11:00 am on Wednesday 11/11/2015 at Chapel Of The Cross Lutheran Church, 11645 Benham Rd, Saint Louis County, MO 63136

You may honor Beatrice with a memorial gift to:
• Abiding Savior Lutheran Church and School, 23262 El Toro Road, Lake Forest CA 92630
• Mennonite College of Nursing at ISU, Campus Box 3060, Normal, IL 61790
• Saddleback Memorial Foundation/Hospice, 24411 Health Center Drive, Suite 400, Laguna Hills, CA 92653

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16 responses to Beatrice F. Marting

  1. What a gentle and beautiful soul. We were privileged to know her. She always supported, prayed for and loved us who served in the ministry in Tijuana. What a lovely lady. We are grateful we got to know her. So glad we will see each other again!

    Melissa Salomon and Tere Montoya from the ministry in Tijuana, Mexico.

  2. sam gomez says:

    To all the Marting family:

    The Lord be with you!

    We thank God for the gift that you receive from God in the life of Bea. We will always remember her with a sweet smile and lovely heart. May The Resurrected Christ grant you with His peace through this time, knowing that she is with The Lord and Savior!

    Psalm 23

    From Grace Latino Ministries
    Pastor Sam Gomez

  3. J Wagner says:

    Dear Family: We all mourn with you over the death of such a beautiful, caring, loving lady. Bea was so special to all of us and more so when we were bound together forever with Paul’s gift of a donor kidney. It was her unselfish care, concern and support that she shared with us through a difficult time we will always be grateful for. In her quiet way she gave us hope and transmitted a love and belief in God’s healing presence that transcended all earthly worry. It is our blessing at times like this that your loved one is safe in our Savior’s arms and this gives us the comfort and strength He promises. Dear Ones – this is our prayer and wish for you. With Much Love, the Wagners

  4. Dear Family,
    This world was a better place because Bea allowed her light to shine so brightly. She was a beautiful mix of tenderness and strength – always obedient to God’s will and a woman that lived out her faith by how she lived and treated others. I thank God time and again for having had her as my “second mom” so many years ago on Locust street.
    I look forward to our joyous reunion in heaven!
    Love and hugs to all of you,

    Debbie and family

  5. Our prayers are with you as you share the
    loss of your loved one in your presence; but we thank God that she is now physically in His presence resting in His arms, and smiling as she joins the saints who have gone before.
    May the peace and comfort of our risen Savior be with you in the days to come.

    Herb and Harriet Graf

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