Adeline H. Beaucage, 83

Washougal, Wash. – Adeline H. Beaucage, age 83, Washougal Washington passed away peacefully on January 8, 2017, with her sons by her side.
    A memorial service was held Friday, January 20 at Zion Lutheran Church in Camas, WA, with Paster Tom Tweed officiating. Burial services will be held June 17 at 2:00 p.m. at LOM Lutheran Cemetery South of Petersburg, ND, with a Norwegian “little lunch” to follow. Burial services will be officiated by Paster Valerie Teppo.
    Adeline is survived by her three loving sons Jesse, Tim and Chris; her two brothers Gerald and Carl; her grandchildren Catlin, Kiah, Mackenzie, Tristen, Joshua, Mikayla, Taylor, Isabella and her great-grandchild Kingston.
    Daughter of Carl and Nora Morkrid, Adeline was born on November 15, 1933 in Larimore, ND.
    Adeline attended public school in Petersburg, ND and later attended Business college in Grand Forks, ND. Adeline was employed by Boeing Aircraft Company as a stenographer and clerical assistant while living in Seattle near her Aunt Liz. Living in Seattle was a magical time in Adeline's life, she was always very close to her Aunt Liz.
    Adeline later married David Beaucage and eventually moved to Thief River Falls, to be closer to her then retired farming family. Adeline was a devoted mother who gave all she could to her children. Years later Adeline lived in Ohio, closer to her eldest son (Jesse) and lived very well for several years. She then moved to the Pacific Northwest for the last 13 years of her life.
    Mom’s time in the Pacific Northwest was arguably the best years of her life. “Addy” as she came to be known in her assisted living, loved visiting friends, her church, Zion Lutheran and always enjoyed wine and coffee with friends. Addy’s family was always the most important part of her life. Mom will always be missed by those who knew her.
    She was a genuine lady with patience and caring that was as steady as a warm breeze in July. She loved and acted bravely all through her life. She passed with dignity of a life that was well lived.
    We will all miss her so very much. Goodbye Mom….. see you again someday…..