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Beatrice "Bea" Unbewust

November 18, 1935 ~ December 20, 2017 (age 82)

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Beatrice Unbewust

November 18, 1935 ~December 20, 2017

Beatrice Unbewust, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend passed peacefully on the evening of the 20th of December, 2017. She was attended by her lifelong husband Robert, her sons Michael, Kenneth, Jerry and her daughter-in-law Devani. She slept comfortably at Royal Park Health and Rehabilitation Center before her welcome journey home to her Lord and Savior. Bea, mom, or gramma as she was known to the many souls whom loved her, possessed a tender heart, and gave loving hugs. She was strong willed but was never shy about her love for her family. She was also known to be a kind friend to the great many of people whom were lucky enough to know her. Bea was born November 18, 1935 in Shafter, Texas, but at a young age she and her family moved to Perris, California. Bea met her husband Bob in 1967 at Camp Pendleton, California and they were married June 19, 1970 in Oceanside, California. Bea and her family moved to Spokane, Washington in the summer of 1978 where she worked at the Fairchild Airforce base hospital, and eventually retired from the Spokane Veterans Hospital in 1995. She was preceded in death by her father Alfred, mother Gregoria and brothers Ernest and Rudy. Bea is survived by her husband Robert Unbewust of Spokane, WA; her sons Michael Tabor and his wife Kimberly of Vancouver, Washington, Kenneth Unbewust and his wife Devani of Woodland Park, Colorado, and her son Jerry Unbewust at her home in Spokane, Washington; daughter Joanne Tina Conenna of San Bernadino, California; 4 step-children Lori Ross of Summerville, South Carolina, Kathy Unbewust and her husband Kevin Hood of Ada, Oklahoma, Steve Unbewust and wife Bonnie of Elizabethton, Tennessee, and Kevin Unbewust of Summerville, South Carolina. Bea is also survived to her pleasure by 19 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Bea liked to cook, garden and loved to play golf. Bea’s family would like to respectfully thank the staff of the Evergreen Unit of the Royal Park health and Rehabilitation Center for 5 years of kind care and gracious service. A Vigil will be held on Friday, January 5, 2018 at 7PM in the Rose Chapel at Hennessey Funeral Home, 2203 N Division with a Funeral Service following there on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at 11AM. Bea’s final resting place will be the Eastern Washington Veterans Cemetery in Medical Lake, WA.


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