Condolences for Elizabeth “Beth” Nell Dubus Michel Baldridge

Elizabeth and Terry Beven posted on 9/15/20

I have fond memories of playing bridge with Beth, Margie Armstrong and Helen Olivier. Those were good times. Later, we marveled at Beth's accomplishments in the arts. We will cherish her memory.

 

dianne w hampton posted on 9/12/20

My deepest sympathy to your family. May your prayers sustain you and the resurrection promise give you hope. Job 14:14, 15; Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:4

 

 

Celia K. Crull posted on 9/7/20

We were so sorry to learn that Beth has passed away. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Best, Alice & C.K. Cull

 

Linda Robinson posted on 9/6/20

Dear Elizabeth, Maggie, Pam, Aimee, and Delaune, One of my fondest memories of your mother and family was the quilt that you all made by hand for Robert when he was born. You were all so young, and there was so much love in that quilt. I pray that your mother will be blessed with eternal love, mercy and peace.

 

Margaret Lagattuta posted on 9/3/20

Your mom was a dominant fixture in my childhood I spent many a night at your house and she was our Girl Scout troop leader, Great Books and numerous other hats she wore. I had not seen her in years but over a year ago Ana and I had lunch with her at Houmas House- she was delightful and so proud of all of you and her grandsons . Each of you reflect her legacy of reading and learning Love, Margee

 

Margaret Lagattuta posted on 9/3/20

You have my love and sincere condolences for the loss of your mother the matriarch. I have many memories of her from spending the night numerous times to our Girl Scout troop, Great Books and on and on. Each of you reflect her in a different way and pass on her legacy of learning and reading. Remembering her with great respect and affection Love Margee (Margaret)