Mrs. Beulah (Clayton) Sieweke passed away peacefully while under the care of hospice. She was born in Melvin, MI in February 1915. She married LaVerne Sieweke in June of 1941, he preceded her in death in February of 2007. She loved teaching school and her career spanned decades. Baking, sewing, reading, and baseball were her favorite pastimes. Beulah is survived by her two daughters, and their families including grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
The family has honored her wish and cremation has taken place. She will be interred along with her husband this spring in Millington Twp. Cemetery. Hanlin Funeral Home has been assisting with the arrangements. You're welcome to express personal condolences, share a memory or light a candle by opening the Guestbook page. Memorial gifts of remembrance can be directed to charity of one's choice.
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I was sorry to hear that your mom passed away.I will always remember her giving me my school sweater.
Submitted by Judy Wood Woodhull on Aug 6 2017 01:41:02 PM
Richard (Dick) & Suzanne (Sue) Slemp Foote lit a candle for Mrs. Beulah (Clayton) Sieweke
Richard (Dick) & Suzanne (Sue) Slemp Foote lit a candle on Apr 14 2017 08:34:45 PM
Mrs. Sieweke was my 6th grade teacher during the 63-64 school year. She was a very patient lady and I enjoyed my year in her class. My condolences to her daughters and their families.
Submitted by Michele Harris Dusute on Feb 24 2017 09:09:45 PM
Mrs. Sieweke was my 6th Grade teacher during the 1963-1964 school year. She was my favorite teacher in Elementary School. I remember how much she loved to read, and she instilled that love of reading in me. During the year I was in her class, she had each class member read books, and give a book report via a 3 x 5 card. I read every Hardy Boys Mystery book I could get my hands on that year. She always made class very interesting. I will always have very fond memories of her. My condolences to her daughters & the rest of the family. John V. Engels
Submitted by John V. Engels on Feb 24 2017 07:20:28 PM
Mrs. Sieweke was my 6th Teacher, I remember Her walking to Work most every day..
Jerry Love Class of '73 MHS
Submitted by Jerry Love on Feb 14 2017 05:32:37 PM
Jerry & Janet Love lit a candle for Mrs. Beulah (Clayton) Sieweke
Jerry & Janet Love lit a candle on Feb 14 2017 05:11:29 PM
Mrs. Sieweke was my 6th grade teacher. She had patience, kindness and a genuine love for teaching. I will always remember her fondly.
Submitted by Janet (Titsworth) Beadle on Feb 14 2017 10:30:14 AM
Sorry Suzanne to hear of your lost. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Your mom was a very special person/teacher. She made sixth grade fun. Loved the square dancing times.
Ethel Keene Hall
Submitted by Ethel Keene Hall on Feb 12 2017 07:01:36 PM
Mrs. Sieweke was one of the best teachers I had in elementary school.
Dennis Lee - class of '64 - MHS.
Submitted by Dennis A. Lee - class of '64. on Feb 11 2017 04:58:07 PM
Dennis A. Lee - class of '64 - MHS. lit a candle for Mrs. Beulah (Clayton) Sieweke
Dennis A. Lee - class of '64 - MHS. lit a candle on Feb 11 2017 04:57:12 PM
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