Age 79, Luray, Va.
Evelyn Mae Seal Beahm, 79, of Luray, passed away September 15, 2021, at her home in Luray, VA.
Evelyn was born January 21, 1942, in Luray, VA, where she spent her life as a proud member of the community. She was employed by the Luray A&P for 32 years.
Evelyn was a generous, thoughtful and loving woman that spent her life caring for those around her. If you knew her, it is likely you received a card in the mail to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or special occasion. She was always thinking of others and showed her love through her kind words.
Evelyn was happiest when she was cooking for family and friends. Born with a sweet tooth, cakes and pies were staples of any gathering she attended.
Evelyn was the daughter of the late Daniel and Ruth Woodward Seal. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by sister, Margaret Young (Doug) and John W. Seal both of Luray.
On June 26, 1959, she married her high school sweetheart Norman G. Beahm. They were happily married for 62 years. Together, they were dedicated members of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Luray, where they could be found every Sunday morning.
A devoted mother, she is survived by her son, Mark A. Beahm and wife Joan of Luray; two daughters, Lisa Hall and husband Wayne of Hoover, AL and Lori Orr of Nashville, TN; three brothers, Robert N. Seal and wife Phyllis of Luray, James Seal and wife Betty of Luray, and Daniel Seal and wife Tracey of Luray; five sisters, Belle Young and husband Theodore of Rileyville, Judy Moyer and husband Steve of Luray, Connie Sours and husband Dwayne of Luray, Debbie Breeden and husband Johnny of Luray and Teresa Seal of Luray; eight grandchildren, Michael Clarke and wife Alicia of Woodstock, GA, Mark A Beahm II of Grottos, VA, Taylor and Elise Beahm of Luray, Heather Coleman and husband Will of Birmingham, AL, Hunter Hall and wife Zahida of Hoover, AL, Eric and Kortney Orr of Nashville, TN; three great-grandchildren, Alexander Clarke, Kent Orr, and Kody Orr.
The family will receive friends on Saturday, Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Bradley Funeral Home, with the memorial following at 11am. Dinner will be served following the service at Mt. Zion Church of The Brethren in Luray.