A visitation Tira K. Beer-Link, 52, Cottonwood Falls, will be from 2 p.m.- 4 p.m. Sunday, July 1, 2012, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home & Crematory.
Ms. Beer-Link died Monday, June 25, 2012, at her residence in Cottonwood Falls, Kansas.
She was born November 2, 1959, in Lawrence, the daughter of Orvel and Luejetta Newman Beer.
She is survived by a daughter, Sara Randolph, Jacksonville, Florida; and a son, Guy Link, Tucson, Arizona.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Tira Beer-Link Memorial Fund, in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana Street, Lawrence, KS, 66044.
Messages & Condolences
I was best friends with Tira’s sister Debi since grade school, and she was maid of honor at my wedding. I remember Tira as a little girl growing up. I am so saddened to learn of her untimely death, like my friend. My thoughts, symphathies and prayers to Tira’s family. Tira you have joined many members of your family now. Wishing you eternal peace. Nancy.
Tira, you were a good-hearted person who deserved much better, may you spend eternity experiencing the happiness and good health that eluded you on Earth.
We miss having Ty and Guy in our Lawrence neighborhood. She cared for my dogs, loved all kinds of animals. Too bad to lose her so soon in life; her many difficulties are now over, but many of us miss her still.
You will always be remembered by the ones you touched. You are now in a joyous, peaceful & loving place that will hold you dearly & tenderly forever.
Former neighbor but always friends. Am shocked as 52 is way too young. You were missed when you left Lawrence but never forgotten. Thank you for being a loyal friend in the truest sense of the word. The world is a little bit emptier from this week forward. Rest in peace.
Tira, knowing you growing up and having so many laughs , may you rest in peace now
Rest in peace my friend, I know it has been a long hard road. My time becoming your friend and aquaintance was truly enjoyable. I will miss your humor, unique angles on life, and seeing you genuinely touch and care about the lives around you.
A shining star has been added to our heavens. I am proud to call you my friend.
Thanks for the memories my dear friend! We had LOTS of conversations about life in general these last 2 years. I’ll miss our talks. I know you are at peace now and no longer hurt phsically or emotionally. I will miss ya girlie! Love, Pennie
eternal peace, my friend…
Dear friend;you will be missed;what memories we have..we were so young..what a time we had; they were great years. i will miss your humor; your wit- i grew up on it.. i love you and will miss you.i am soo lucky to found/have you as a fb freind and have shared our life together again. peace be with you…love cindy
I only met you a few times and wish I could of known you better. Each time we had a laugh even when we visited you in the hospital. I am glad you are no longer in pain and get to be in peace. I will miss your facebook updates.
I am Doris’ sister
I never got to know Tira but I know she was a funny; caring and witty lady. Now she is gone and is now in Heaven with our Lord and the rest of her family and the best thing she is healthy and in no pain now. God Bless you
I started out just being a caregiver,but our relationship grew and we became good fiends,my children came to feel like you was an aunt to them. It was quite a shock on Monday, We love you and will miss you alot.
I know this is a hard time,but I had to become executor of Mother’s Estate when she died, so if I can be of any help,just ask. God bless you and be with you.
I wish I could have seen you…and helped you out when you were hurting. I am glad that you are no longer suffering, but I will miss our connection and obtuse conversations about life…I loved laughing with you and sharing our sadnesses as well. Now you can be an angel and help out us stupid humans along our way!
Peace and Love,
Ty I didn’t no that u was goin 2 go this soon we all miss and love u. Love, Doris, Courtney and cj. See u sOme day
My prayers go out to all of Tira’s family and close friends.
52 is way too young to pass away and I hope peace is with her now. Love, Vicki
Tira — thanks for all the laughs these few years that I knew you. I will miss your wit, your status updates and most of all you. I remember the first time I met you — at a backyard Christmas party. I brought those truffles that you and Ronda loved. I will always think of you when I make them.
A wit and heart like no other has been silenced here on earth. I hope in your travels now, you will swing by and make me laugh again for I shall miss it.
Tira, You were a friend at the first. Words cannot properly describe how much you will be missed and how good those backyard events were when you were there. Those were good times. We were looking forward to a trip down too Cottonwood Falls, but did not know the days were so few. Love, Dave
You utilized this human experience, this short time we have on earth, much better than most people I’ve known. You experienced much pain, beauty, laughter and intellect.
Thanks for all the ways you taught the rest of us through your experiences. You will be greatly missed. I sure wish we would have had a chance for one last hug and goodbye, but we’ll reconnect another time and place.
Tira, if not for you, I would have never met my wife to be. We had some great times and the memories of you are many. I’m glad and thankful to have had you as a friend. You never deserved such a hard life…rest now my dear friend and dream with the angels. I’ll miss you.
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