Beatrice Daniloff

Died: Fri., Jan. 24, 2020


Funeral Service

Tue., Feb. 04, 2020
Location: Vidalia Chapel


Visitation

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, Tue., Feb. 04, 2020
Location: Vidalia Chapel


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Miss Beatrice Jeanette Daniloff- Retired Petty Officer First Class of the United States Navy, age 70, of Vidalia, died Friday morning, January 24, 2020 at Community Hospice of Vidalia after a brief illness. Beatrice was a native of California, and lived all over the United States during her twenty year career in the Navy.  Beatrice then found her way to Toombs county and lived out her last decade in Vidalia. Beatrice was a member of the Vidalia Presbyterian Church.

Beatrice is survived by her father, WWII Army Air Corps veteran Nicholas Daniloff of Thousand Oaks, California; two nephews Dan Mortimore of Brentwood, California and Austin Mortimore of Antioch, California; two nieces Ashley Manter, of Alameda, California and Krystine Fadale; one great-niece Harper Manter, of Alameda, California; one great-nephew Dominick Mortimore, of Brentwood, California; brother Douglas Daniloff, of Clearwater, Florida; sister Joanne Mortimore of Antioch, California; step-sister Erin Mills of West Hills, California and three step-brothers also of California, as well as aunts, uncles and cousins.  Bea is predeceased by her mother Jeanette and brother Nicky Daniloff.

Funeral services for Miss Beatrice Jeanette Daniloff will be Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 1:00 PM at Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service Vidalia Chapel with Rev. Russell Gladding officiating. Committal will follow at the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Glennville with Military Honors. The family will receive friends for visitation Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service Vidalia Chapel from 12:00 until time of service.

Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service Vidalia Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

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ErinBurke Mills
   Posted Sun February 02, 2020
Dear Big Sis Bea,
Thank you for being the best big sis ever. You always cheered me on, making me feel like you were my biggest fan, which really helped me know I was on the right track caring for your/our daddy aka Pickles. You were independent and very happy to live your life in your beloved "the South," yet you made sure to express your love, support and affection regularly and be a part of our lives.I love you forever, rest in peace and love.

Nicholas Daniloff
   Posted Sun February 02, 2020

Blooming Blues was sent by Nicholas N. Daniloff.

Rest in peace my beloved daughter, love you forever, your Daddy


Clio Bridges
   Posted Mon February 03, 2020
Dear Bea, My whole family will miss you....especially me. You came along and won everyone’s heart. When Kendyl was little she couldn’t remember your name so her older sister told her to remember ‘Bumblebee’, henceforth Bea.
And boy! We were all excited when we found out you could do it all! Golf, tennis, fishing, you name it!
But mostly you were kind, and that’s what I’ll always remember you for.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Kaye
   Posted Wed February 05, 2020
Thank you for being kind to my family.

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