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Friends may call 1 to 2 PM, Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at HILL FUNERAL HOME followed by services at 2 PM Wednesday and interment at Blendon Central Cemetery. The service will be live streamed on the Hill Funeral Home YouTube channel.

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So many good memories with Mrs. Fritsche and the music program at Big Walnut. I was involved in 1966, 67 and 68. I was in choir and girls ensemble. I also participated in the very first operetta "Springtime". What fun! Mr. Fritsche would build all our props. My participation helped me build self confidence in myself. She was a wonderful teacher and person. I consider myself blessed to have had her as my teacher. I'm sure she is in heaven directing a choir and loving every moment.

Patty Grove

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Obituary for Beulah Fritsche

Beulah Fritsche 1927-2021

Beulah Fritsche

03/24/1927 - 09/01/2021

Beulah Fritsche, age 94, peacefully passed away at her home in Westerville, Ohio on September 1, 2021.

She was born on March 24, 1927 to the late Clay and Delma (Moss) Rammelsberg.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 56 years, Carl Fritsche.

Beulah taught school at Highland High School and in the Big Walnut School District where she retired as a music teacher. The gift of music that she endowed to her classes over the years was reflected in the cards and thank you notes she received from her students over the years. As the Director of Musical Theatre at Big Walnut, she brought the excitement of Broadway to the school and community, with Carl helping out by building the sets.

She was a longtime member of Central College Presbyterian Church, where she sang in the church choir and played bells. This was just a small expression of Beulah’s love of music. She played piano and sang with gusto whenever asked, whether in her home or in public. Along with her sister-in-law-Neva, the pair was always ready to perform at area nursing homes to the delight of the residents and staff. She had a burning desire to entertain as a frequent program chair for the Westerville Music Club and sang at many of the local churches and at the homes of friends.

She loved to cook, and her friends and family were blessed to be guests at her dinners. Square dancing helped keep her and Carl young in heart and body.

Survived by sister, Sarah Jane Cockrell; brother Clay Rammelsberg (Doris); and numerous nieces and nephews. Special Friends: Tom and Michelle Ander.

Preceded in death: Parents, Clay and Delma Rammelsberg, Husband, Car,l Sister, Mary Alice Prushing (Leroy) Lukens (Brad) Brother in laws, Ernest Fritsche and Paul Fritsche, Dean Cockrell Sister-in-laws, Neva Fritsche, Maria Wilson and Marian Schreiner.

Thank you to her wonderful caregivers: Sue, Danielle, Morgan, Sara and Marsha.

Friends and Family may visit at Hills Funeral Home, 220 S. State Street, Westerville, OH 43081 for 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday, September 8th, with Service to follow at 2:P.M.. Pastor Malcolm Davis, Presiding Interment at Blendon Central Cemetery.

Family requests in lieu of flowers that donations be made In Beulah’s memory to Central College Presbyterian Church.

It is requested that visitors please wear masks at the visitation and service