Born centuries too late for pioneer time and passed decades too soon. She was bummed she missed the blue eye shadow era. Bethany was born December 27, 1995 and passed away March 25, 2016 at 20 years old. She died of carbon monoxide poisoning in her home. She was loved by all who met her. She was a friend to all, young or old. She was very kind and loving, and at times feisty. She was the eldest of 7 children. She loved dancing in the rain to all types of music, watching the sunset, and gazing at the moon. Comfortable in Romeos and cowboy boots for all occasions. Loved playing in puddles, snow, sand, and mud in her 4x4 white Chevy Burb. You might have seen her fun loving face in the drive up at McDonald\\'s. She loved her parents and 6 siblings. She loved missionary work and was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Where she was a Nursery Teacher and Young Women\\'s Camp Director. She earned her Young Women\\'s Recondition Award at 16 years old. She had a staring roll in a city play while in High School. Her linage can be followed through Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. She was an alumni of Willapa Valley High School class of 2014. She was very big on service to her family and community. She is preceded in life by her Grandparents Henry and Jeane Stulce, Uncles Micheal Stulce, Larry Stulce, Roy Huffington, and Aunt Karen Stulce. Bethany is survived by her parents Lonnie and Nina Stulce of Raymond; her siblings Emily 17, Amber 15, Jaden 8, Calvin 8, Mason 5, Braden 4 of Raymond; grandparents Ron and Nancy Huffington of Kansas City, Kansas; grandparents Les and Sandy Shepherd of Springville, Utah; Great Aunt Betty of Springville, Utah; Uncle Lee Huffington, Aunt Loraine Huffington, Uncle David Huffington, Aunt Lillie Kleemeyer, Uncle Shawn Kleemeyer and cousins all of Henderson, NV; cousins Shari Perez of CA, Sueanna Huffington of WI, Venessa Huffington Las Vegas, NV and cousins; Aunt Jolin Mahoney and Uncle Kevin Mahoney and cousins of Platte City, MO. Aunt Cindy Champney and Uncle Glen Champney and cousins of Preston, ID; as well as cousins in Tacoma, WA. Bethany is survived by many more extended family members. Memorial services will be Saturday April 23rd at 245 Jackson Street Raymond, WA @ 11 am. At The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Her biggest goal in life was to have a home. Let\\'s make a Celebration of Life in her honor. We will be accepting donations of all kinds. There is an account set up for monetary donations at The Bank of the Cascades in memory of Bethany Stulce. Materials and labor are other donations we will be looking for. Contact Nina for more Information @ 360-216-9807. She was everyone\\'s Bethany. Forever missed, never forgotten. We love you Bethany.
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