Beulah Mae Booker Trent was born November 2, 1931 on Long Island, New York to Irving, Sr. and Catherine Smith Booker. Beulah attended public school in Powhatan and Cumberland Counties in Virginia. She was reared by her grandparents, Richard and Mary Smith. At an early age, Beulah accepted Christ, was baptized and joined Union Zion Baptist Church in Gloucester, VA. After marriage, she moved her membership to Reed Rock Baptist Church in Amelia, VA where she was the mother of the church, church clerk for fifty years, served on the Missionary Ministry and sang on the Senior Choir. Beulah was also a member of the Montague Singers and the Trent Trio. She loved to serve the Lord and was a devoted Christian. She married Watt Phillip Trent and to this union six children were born. She worked at Craddock-Terry Shoe factory in Farmville, VA for over thirty years until the company closed. She was later employed as a cafeteria worker at Pocahontas Middle School in Powhatan, VA. After retiring, devoted her life to her husband, children and grandchildren. She enjoyed watching Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Price Is Right and the evening news. She loved to cook for her family, especially homemade rolls, candied yams and fried chicken. She was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband, Watt Phillip Trent and two brothers, Irving Booker, Jr. and Robert Elliot Booker. Beulah leaves to cherish fond memories: her children, Catherine Johnson, Hazell Trent (Gloria), Velma Mayo, Romaine Holcomb (Chris), Marshall Trent (Bonnie) and Alfred Trent (Bridgette); twelve grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Catherine Booker; two sisters-in-law, Iola Bartee and Pauline Trent, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Mother & Grandmother's Wonderful Legacy There Is A Wonderful Legacy of Which We Wish To Tell About A Wonderful Woman That We Love So Well Her Strength Lives Within Us And Grows Stronger Each Day Her Honor Lingers Though She Has Slipped Away We Miss The Sound, Of Her Laughter, In Her Style Lectures Too! We Miss Hearing Her Say I Love You She Fought A Good Battle Then Gave Up The Fight To Rest In The Arms Of Jesus What A Beautiful Sight In Our Hearts Her Memory Will Always Stay Nothing Could Ever Take Her Remembrance Away . Love You! Children & Grandchildren "To Those I Love" When I am gone, just release me, let me go - so I can move into my afterglow. You mustn't tie me down with your tears; Let's be happy that we had so many years. I gave you my love, you can only guess how much you gave me in happiness. I thank you for the love you each have shown, but now it's time I traveled on alone So grieve for me awhile, if grieve you must, then let your grief be comforted with trust. It's only for a while that we must part, so bless the memories within your heart And then, when you must come this way alone, I'll greet you with a smile and a "Welcome Home". Acknowledgements The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to everyone for their many acts of kindness, through your prayers, cards and phone calls during our time of bereavement. May God bless you and His love be yours to share. Special thanks to her caregivers: Gloria Trent, Adolphus Allen and Arlester "ReRe" Mayo.