In Memoriam


Sister Melba Beine, OP

Sister Melba Beine, OPIt's all about the journey.

(1946 - 2015)
Sister Melba Beine, born on January 5, 1946, in Yates Center, Kansas, was the middle daughter of the three girls born to Walter and Jeanette (Trusler) Beine. Her father came from a family of farmers and operated a grain elevator. Her mother was a homemaker and a musician who played the church organ at First Presbyterian.
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Avatar  Betty Kramer 2 years agoReply

I just learned of Dr.Beine's passing. She served her God, Community and her patients with the same unselfish drive and dedication.

She treated my Mom and later me. I Loved her calm midwestern speech. She had a unique way of getting her point across.

I look forward to seeing her again when my path in life meets up with her again. Until then I will miss her deeply. But I like to think that a little bit of her lives on in those who knew and loved her.

It doesn't matter where you are going it's knowing how to get there. Life is a Journey.

Roger That, Dr. Beine.

With All Due Respect,

Betty Kramer



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