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In Loving Memory of
Millie Birch Bean

April 16, 1904 April 13, 1978
Jameston L. D. S. Ward Chapel

Monday, April 17, 1978
1: 00 o'Clock P. M.

Bishop Robert Burtenshaw, Presiding
Leonard Foster, First Counselor, Conducting

Family Prayer Ralph D. Bean

Organ Prelude Marie Anderson

Song Jenny Cox, Vickie Bean
Accompanied by Jan Walker

Invocation Bishop George L. Hansen

Life Sketch Karen Bean Searle

Vocal Solo Bishop Arthur Park
"How Great Thou Art"
Accompanied by Marie Anderson

Speaker Pres. Calvin D. McOmber

Song "As I Have Loved You"
F. A. and Linda Bean Butler Family
Accompanied by Karen Bean Searle

Speaker Keith H. Meservy

Remarks First Counselor Leonard Foster

Ladies' Duet Judy South, Susan Ames
"In My Father's House Are Many Mansions" Accompanied by Phyllis Smith

Benediction Clyde C. Miller

Postlude Music Marie Anderson

Dedcatory Prayer Paul L. Bean
Interment. Fielding Memorial Park

Pallbearers: Grandsons (single)
Clyde D. Miller Chad Hansen
Mark Meservy Brent Searle
Kirt Hansen Laird Bean
David Bean Bret Butler

Flowers under the direction of the Jameston Ward Relief Society, and carried by the granddaughters.

Will those driving in the funeral procession please turn on the headlights of their car until arrival at the cemetery.

On behalf of the family, we wish to express their gratitude for your kindness, evidenced in thought and deed, and for your attendance.


East IDAHO Obituaries

Millie B. Bean

SHELLEY — Millie Birch Bean, 73, Rt. 1, Shelley, a prominent Republican Party committeewoman, died at her home Thursday morning, a prolonged illness.

A member of the Republican Party, she served as a committeewoman for many years and was a member of the Utah. Daughters of the Pioneers.

She served in several stake positions in the LDS Church, including relief society, primary inservice, Sunday school teacher and had filled a mission to the Western states.

For 18 years, she worked at the Idaho Falls LDS Temple.

Born April 16, 1904, at Wilford, she was the daughter of David and Nancy Garn Birch. She grew up in Wilford and St. Anthony areas, attending schools at St. Anthony.

Following high school graduation, she worked in a St. Anthony store and later becamea legal secretary for George Lowe and Judge Jackson there.

She was married to Lloyd. Bean at the Salt Lake City LDS Temple Sept. 12, 1923 and during their first year of marriage the couple lived at Pocatello and returned to St. Anthony for a year. They farmed at Squirrel, St. Anthony, Milo and settled in the Jameston-Shelley area, where they lived for the past 31 years.

She is survived by her husband of Shelley; six daughters, Mrs. Clyde (Wanda) Miller, Mrs. Paul (Karen) Searle, both of Shelley, Mrs. Keith (Arlene) Meservy of Provo, Utah, Mrs. William (Karma) Cox of Idaho Falls, Mrs. George (Ruth) Hansen of Monteview, and Mrs. F. A. (Linda) Butler of Underwood, Wash.; two sons, Ralph D. Bean and Paul. L. Bean, both of Monteview; four sisters, Fern Birch of Boise, Ruby Hall of Logan, Utah, Eva Penfold of Hagerman and Lois Bean of Twin Falls; a brother, Reed Birch of Idaho Falls; 47 grandchildren and 23. great-grandchildren.

Services Will be under the arrangement of Nalder Funeral Home at Shelley.

The Post-Register, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Friday, April 14, 1978