Audrey L. Beaufort was called home on Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015

AUDREYAudrey L. Beaufort was called home on Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015

Audrey had such a love for children, so much that Kids in Distress really didn’t have to pay her for the things she did, though she would NEVER tell them that! Here is a prime example of how she impacted the lives of young children:

R.I.P Momma Audrey, I’ll forever love you.

Ever since I was a kid she always reminded me of the book The Giving Tree. She’d bend over backwards to make sure me, my sister, and all of her other kids were straight. She helped sculpt me into the intelligent young man I can call myself today! Aunt Audrey was a person that once you came in contact with her, you could never forget who she was; you would feel her presence miles away because of the uplifting energy she constantly gave off. I still remember when I was young how I’d run and hide at conventions, yet she’d still find me and make me dance with her. If only I could have one last dance with her. I love you Ma Audrey, always and forever!

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