In loving memory of

Vira Adams Beus
July 21, 1929 - November 12, 2021

Vira Adams Beus, age 92 passed away November 12, 2021.
Written by Vi. "On July 21, 1929, I was born to Edgar and Ella Adams, the 6th of 8.
My parents taught me to work hard, do the best I could with what I had and be happy. Also to love.
I lived and learned many things thru the great depression and World War II.
I was further blessed with four great daughters Susan, Sherrie, JoElla, and Vickie.
After retiring from Cutter Laboratory. I worked 5 summers at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. A job I always had dreamed of doing.
One last THANKS to my friends and family who gave me love and support.
And to my grandchildren and great-grandchildren, "I'm sure going to miss ya!"
Love Grama Vi

At my request, no public services will be held."

While at the Grand Canyon mom was very proud of accomplishing the hike from the North Rim to the South Rim thru the bottom of the Grand Canyon. "There was times I didn't think I could make it. "She also stated she wanted to make sure "I am sorry to anyone I have hurt.". Mom, we love you and we will miss you.
She is survived by brothers Lane Adams and Ardell (Charlene) Adams. Daughters Susan Beus Sandall, Sharon (Mike) Campbell, Vickie (Fred) Archambault, 9 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by daughter JoElla Castelli, sister Lavon Coop, brothers Rex, Jay, Ben, and Darrell. Thanks to Hands of Hope Hospice for their care and understanding.

A celebration of life will be held in the Spring. We will let everyone know.

Arrangments are under the direction of Franklin County Funeral Home. Please share a favorite memory of Vira or offer condolences to the family by sharing a tribute on this page


Jan Adams Nelson wrote on Nov 30, 2021:

"Hi. I\'m Jan Adams Nelson, a daughter of John Vernon Adams, originally from Layton Utah. Her father and mine are brothers. Vira Adams Beus and I would be cousins. Her life is to be admired and remenbered. "

Lyle Manning wrote on Nov 21, 2021:

"I met Vi in 1980 for the first time. After a few visits I realized she was an awesome individual. She made you feel right at home. She loved and brought out the best in everyone. She also instilled the same qualities in her daughter\'s. The girls were great to be around. I have great memories of christmas days I spent a high them. She will be deeply missed. Love always Lyle Manning"

Keith Beus wrote on Nov 18, 2021:

"I loved aunt Vi she always made you feel special . Loved her she was beautiful and special and has beautiful daughters. Thank you Susan for all you did for her. "

Dean Beus wrote on Nov 18, 2021:

"I have a lot of great memories of her when I was young, I remember sitting with her on the front steps of their house and talking with her while Wayne and Dad were calf roping in the arena, and going to their home when it was still by Grandpa and Grandmas before they moved the house to Roy. I also remember going with Connie and baby sitting the girls, She was a special Aunt and such a Great Person. I always felt that I was her favorite nephew or at least she made me feel that way. Love You Aunt Vi !!!"