Guest Book for Beryl Poulton

Provided by Bauer Turner Funeral Home

Posted by: Chad Simpson
Tue February 05, 2019
Beryl's great smile was a wonderful treat at Wesley Glen.  I brought my concertina to work one time to play. She was very interested in how the instrument worked and encouraged me to keep practicing.  Her memory will be a special one for me and many others.

Please accept my condolences.
Chad Simpson
The Wesley Communities
 

 
Posted by: Peg Carmany
Tue February 05, 2019
All of us at Wesley Glen loved her very much, and will miss her positive attitude and her beautiful smile.   It was an honor to have her here.   Thank you for sharing her with us.  Peg Carmany
 

 
Posted by: Mary LeMaster
Tue February 05, 2019
The staff at Wesley Glen Retirement Community sends our deepest condolences and prayers for the family.   It was an honor to know Beryl.  She was a very special lady.   We will miss her.
 

 
Posted by: Karen Marks
Sat February 09, 2019
I are so sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. Beryl was such a lovely lady, and I have such fond memories of weekends in Columbus where she and Ralph invited me and other friends into their home. Dennis, and the rest of the family---you will be in my thoughts and prayers. What a wonderful life you have to celebrate !
Karen Ullman Marks
 

 
Posted by: Nancy Tubaugh
Sun February 10, 2019
Deepest sympathies to the McHugh and extended families. So sorry for your loss.
Allan and Nancy (Drake) Tubaugh and family
 

 
Posted by: Marge Enright
Mon February 11, 2019
We all loved Beryl.  She was special, and she made you feel special. When she wore her cowboy hat with the pink feathers she lit up the room. And, she loved music and would move with it.  We enjoyed being around her and will miss her great smile.  Lovingly, Marge Enright















what a great lady.