Friday, August 7, 2015
Wolfgang Hampel and Betty MacDonald's niece Alison Beck
Betty MacDonald's niece Alison Beck
Wolfgang Hampel - and Betty MacDonald fan club fans,
it's so very sad that Alison Bard Burnett's daughter and Betty MacDonald's niece Alison Beck passed away a year ago at the age of only 65.
Alison Beck is the sister of Betty MacDonald fan club honor member Darsie Beck.
Many Betty MacDonald fan club fans from all over the world know very witty and intelligent Alison Beck because she shared her fascinating memories and thoughts on Alison Bard Burnett CD/DVD.
We can't wait to see the new Alison Bard Burnett CD/DVD.
New Betty MacDonald documentary will be very interesting with many new interviews.
Alison Beck, Darsie Beck, Alison Bard Burnett and other Betty MacDonald fan club honor members will be included in Wolfgang Hampel's new project Vita Magica.
Enjoy breakfast with Brad and Nick, please.
Betty MacDonald fan club honor member Mr. Tigerli is so very busy solving all the problems with his new relationship, Greece and the World.
It seems several Betty MacDonald fan club fans have problems to answer Betty MacDonald fan club contest question.
Wishing you a very nice Saturday,
Betty MacDonald fan club
Betty MacDonald forum
Betty MacDonald fan club founder Wolfgang Hampel
Betty MacDonald fan club items
Betty MacDonald fan club items - comments
Betty MacDonald fan club interviews on CD/DVD
Betty MacDonald fan club organizer Linde Lund
Alison Beck Obituary
Alison Beck, 65, passed away on July 19, 2014 of natural causes at her home in Tucson, Arizona. She is survived by her son Oliver Saul of Tucson, Arizona, brothers Darsie Beck and Bard Beck of Vashon Island, and her nieces, nephews and second cousins.
Alison was born in Seattle July 26, 1948 to Alison Bard and Bernard Beck. She grew up on Vashon Island and Mercer Island. Graduating from Helen Bush School in 1966, she attended Mackinac College, and obtained a BA in English from the University of Washington in 1992 where she worked as Editor of the Newsletter for Institute on Aging. After several years in Todos Santos, Baja, Mexico, Alison bought a home in Tucson in 2004. She worked at St. Ambrose School and Temple Emanuel, and volunteered at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.
Her passions and delights were: her writing as published in Sun Magazine, brightly colored quilt making, remodeling her home and garden, her son, family and friends, and her devoted dogs.
Those who knew Alison remember her ability to see the humor in things and her memorable laughter. Inquisitive, she enjoyed having long conversations. Her artistic talents were expressed in her writing, quilt making, creating a home filled with color, and cooking and hosting for others.