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Charlotte Joanne Beaird

Charlotte Joanne Beaird, Hanna City, Ill., passed away on June 10, 2019, at UnityPoint Medical Center in Peoria, Ill.

She was born April 4, 1936, in Bernadotte, Ill., the daughter of Grover G. and Lena (Munson) Beaird.

She was preceded in death by her parents; six sisters, Bertha Vaughn, Goldie Parks, Wilma Hyde, Audrey Pickel, Twila Simpson, and Doris Ellis; and four brothers, Willis Beaird, Grover (Zeke) Beaird, Doyle Beaird and Duane Beaird.

Surviving is one brother, William Beaird of Canton and many, many loving and caring nieces and nephews.

She worked at Beetler’s as a beautician for many years, eventually having her own shop, The Act III, in Peoria. She later worked at and retired from Proctor Hospital.

She loved being with family and friends, loved fishing, bowling, bunco, dominos and the Chicago Cubs.

Services will be held at 11 AM on Monday, June 17, 2019, at Sedgwick Funeral Home in Canton, IL, where a visitation will be from 10-11 AM. Rev. Alan Beuster will officiate. Burial will be in Howard Cemetery in Smithfield, IL. Memorials may be made to the Red Brick School House in Smithfield, IL. To make online condolences you may go to


  • Connie Bugos

    Reply June 12, 2019 9:39 am

    Work with Charlette at Beetlers many years ago. We had such fun. Charlette keep us smiling.
    Her station was right next to mine. I am sadden to hear of her passing.
    Keeping her family in my prayers

  • Colleen

    Reply June 14, 2019 4:04 pm

    Hugs to the aching hearts of Charlotte’s family.
    I worked with Charlotte at Beetler’s and have been friends for 56 yrs. We see each multiple times a year to play Bunco or Dominoes.
    Charlotte was a sweet, kind and caring woman, who always was ready to help anyone in need. She wore a smile and I don’t believe I ever heard her say a cross word to anyone. She certainly was a gem and a great role model for all of us.
    She may be gone, but never forgotten.

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