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. Lou and family,
    What a blessing to have known Bea! Her great smile and quiet but strong spirit is a guide for us all. We will all miss her. I am sure she and Bill celebrated their birthdays together this year. What a blessing!

    robin delong-hanrath and all the delongs

  2. Michael and I send much love and condolences to the entire Marting Family. It was an honor to know Bea – her quiet wit, sweet ways and strength of character. Everything a Mom should be! We will all miss her more than words can express.
    Marilyn Milne

  3. So sorry for your loss Lou, I remember your sweet wife when she came to my office. My prayers and thoughts to you and your wonderful family.

    Michael J McClare

  4. Betty Rule says:

    Sent a gift in memory of Beatrice F. Marting

  5. Lois Klein says:

    For one short year “Bea” & I worked together in the office of Dr. Stanley Nord in the Griesheim Bldg in Bloomington,Il. ” Bea” touched our hearts with her quiet, sincere, and gentle caring touch she had for each patient. As a Pharmaceutical Representative visiting the office you sensed she was a very special person and shared the love of Jesus. I’m looking @ your wedding pictures, remember how your love blossomed, the blessings of your beautiful family, and the many years her sweet smile and helping hands touched all — also that Keith & she had birthdays last week. Through God’s promises may you feel the Lord’s comfort & strength surrounding you. May knowing “Bea” is safe in the arms of the Savior bring you peace. Sending our love and comforting prayers, Lois & Ben Klein

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