Mary Louise Beasley, 73, of Albany, Oregon, returned to her heavenly home on May 19. 2021. Her devotion to her family and her firm belief in God supported her in her struggle and ultimately gave her peace.
Mary was born to the late Loyd and Betty Shirley, in Madera, CA on February 20, 1948. She graduated from Tranquility High School in 1966 and went on to attend a year at Bethany Bible College and Fresno Business School.
Mary worked as an office manager, controller, and bookkeeper for various organizations. She was heavily involved in their church professionally and in service to her Lord. She played piano for church services for many years and led many services using the skills with which the Lord had blessed her. She took this ministry service very seriously and spent countless hours listening to what the Lord wanted to do through the worship services she led.
Mary is survived by her husband, Bill; her son Bill, daughter-in-law Somphone; her daughter Tricia Sisco; her grandchildren Christopher Adams, Sasha Adams, Alex Sisco, Will Beasley and Sydney Beasley; great-grandchildren Charli Theriot, and Stiles Carnahan; her sisters, Wanda Sai, Linda Hampy, and brother David Shirley.
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