Name: Mrs. Beulah Doakes

Date: June 13, 1947 - October 3, 2020

Biography

City of birth: Oklahoma City, OK

Mother: Beulah M. Horton

Father: Edward W. Horton Sr.

Daughters: Aundrea L. Allen

Sons: Anthony L. Doakes

Sisters: Willie Mae Blassengill, Jeorgia Ann Chambray, Janice Marie Nolen, Jeraldine Cottrell

Brothers: Edward Willie Horton Jr., Elton Woody Horton Sr., Joe Hardin, R.L. Holmes, Jewel Hardin, James Hardin

Education: Central High School

Occupation: Dietary Aide

Visitations: 2pm-7pm Thursday, October 15, 2020

Cemetery: Riverside Gardens Cemetery, 4720 N.E. 36th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73121

Services: Fifth Street Baptist Church, 801 N. E. 5th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Services date and time: 11am, Friday, October 16, 2020

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(2020-10-07 4:20pm) Stephanie Nero-Todd wrote:
I've known Sis Beulah since I was about 15 or 16. We attended 5th Street together and we were in the mass choir as well. She had such a beautiful singing voice, and she had the most beautiful smile that lit up the room. My son loved her and she adopted him as a grandson when he was a little boy. She was a beautiful person with a sweet demeanor. Praying for you Andrea and Tony for strength and endurance. I also send my condolences to the entire family which is huge!!! She will definitely be missed by all who knew and loved her. R.I.P sweet lady you now sing in the Heavenly choir with the angels ❤️❤️

(2020-10-08 7:03am) Georgia Threadgill wrote:
To Andrea and Tony hold on to God's hand your mom love you God loves her best but she is not gone she is still here with us I thank god for her.

(2020-10-10 4:47pm) Janelle Lofton wrote:
God bless you and your family richly.

(2020-10-12 7:10am) Georgia Threadgill wrote:
I meant Beulah in 1986 I went to apply for a job at 4 season she was the first one I met and we became friends we have been friends ever since she is my god sister my friend .through thick and thin she helped me I helped her .I help herwith children's grandchildren's .she all ways had a smile i will miss her. But I know God love best.

(2020-10-12 8:16pm) Sherry Greer wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2020-10-14 7:08pm) S Whalen-Wilson wrote:
Such a sweet lady I would see her throughout the week at work She had such a beautiful voice and lovely spirit she would always tell me to have a Blessed Day may she Rest In Peace

(2020-10-15 7:14am) Joyce Hardwick wrote:
That heavenly choir has gained a new member. Surely to out shine them all.

(2020-10-15 10:04am) Brenda Horton wrote:
It truly saddens my heart to hear of the transition of my sister in law. Beulah was loved very much, we will all miss her very much. To my loving husband it hurts to see the pain on your face from the pain in your heart for the love of Beulah. To Andrea and Tony may God turn the memories of your Mom to joyous thoughts. I love the Horton family. God bless all of you!

(2020-10-15 2:10pm) Varite Williams wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2020-10-15 2:10pm) Hightower wrote:
May you feel his loving presence.

(2020-10-15 2:10pm) Varite Williams wrote:
The promises God made are all true.

(2020-10-15 3:16pm) Patricia Hardin wrote:
On behalf of my father, Joe Hardin, and siblings, our hearts and deepest condolences go out to the entire family of Aunt Beulah. May The Lord bless and comfort you during this time.

(2020-10-15 9:07pm) Earl Tracy Jackson wrote:
My prayers and deepest condolences for the family. Mrs. Beulah with her beautiful spirit and loves to sing hallelujah praises with her gifted voice. She will truly be missed.

(2020-10-16 12:24pm) Trischell Batson wrote:
Aunt Beulah Mae shaped so many of my childhood memories. Spending the night at her house and playing with Aundrea. So many special memories. Sending love and tight hugs to the Horton family.

(2020-10-16 12:29pm) Edward Horton III wrote:
May my aunts beautiful spirit, now be at peace. No more pain no longer.

(2020-10-17 12:01am) JoAnn (Houston) Black wrote:
May God bless my dear classmate we had so much fun in junior high and high school together and when we sung Our day will come in the talent show our senior year in high school .My deepest sympathy to your family .

(2020-10-17 6:10pm) Gaye Rucker wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief.