Beulah Eyre Wunderlich, 91, died April 5, 2015 in Milford, Utah. Born June 26, 1923 in Minersville, Utah, Beulah was the eighth child of Herbert C. and Nellie Rollins Eyre. Her siblings preceded her in death: Ione, Rulon, Lettie, Melva, Ethel, Nelda, Thurman, William and Garold. In 1940, she and her Minersville school classmates were transferred to Milford High School. Beulah was the drum major and French horn player when the Milford High School Band won first place honors at the National Music Competition in Ogden, Utah. She graduated with the class of 1941. On August 19, 1944 during WWII, Beulah married Wilford J. Wunderlich of Woods Cross, Utah in New Orleans, LA. They had three children: Cheryl (Kenneth) Elmer, Ronald J (Debra) Wunderlich, Nedra (Keith) Kennedy and presently 11 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Wilford (Bill) died on November 17, 1993. After Bill's death, Beulah rekindled a cherished friendship with classmate Wallace Hughes. Beulah was an active contributor to the Milford community through her employment and her volunteer activities. She worked as a clerk for the Union Pacific Railroad, the Milford State Bank and as a receptionist for Dr. D.A. Symond. She was very involved with her children's school activities, a member of the E.S.A. Sorority, the Milford City Youth Committee during the 1973 Milford Centennial celebration, the Golf Club, the Union Pacific Jr. Old Timers, and for many years a MHS reunion organizer. In 1974, she was honored by pulling the big switch lighting the ballpark for the first time. She was of generous spirit, always cooking for festivities, funerals or for anyone that showed up at the house including homeless that came off the rail cars. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Graveside services will be held at 1:00 pm on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at the Milford City Cemetery under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. Donations may be made to the Milford Golf Association or the Milford Memorial Hospital Long Term Care. Her family thanks all those who befriended and helped Beulah in any wayand there are many. May she be remembered when the quaken aspen leaves dance in the breeze and the white sage on the range slips between fingers. Online condolences can be made at www.sumortuary.com.