Beatrice L. “Bea” Carmona was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. She was born in Covington, KY and raised in Weston, MO before marrying James Carmona who was in the US Army. Bea was a very proud military spouse and made a home for the family wherever they moved. Bea was an animal lover all her life and spent the majority of her working years as a veterinary technician. She loved and owned many pets, most currently her beautiful standard poodle named Jazmine. Bea was an avid volunteer for the American Legion Auxiliary at the American Legion Post 233 in Loganville, GA for many years. She served in many positions and received regional and national awards for her service. She loved traveling to the National Conventions with her Auxiliary friends over the years. Bea and Jim were devout members and active volunteers at their church, St. Oliver Plunkett Catholic Church in Snellville, Georgia before moving to Bellevue, NE and joining St. Matthew Catholic Church.
Bea was a talented quilt maker, and many family members and friends will remember her from her beautiful quilts she gave as gifts over the years. Bea also loved to fish and was able to enjoy a recent fishing outing in the last month.
Survived by her loving husband of 53 years, James Carmona; children, Laura (Tony) Ceraolo and Linda (Christopher Rozmarin, CSM, U.S. Army) Carmona; grandchildren, DeAngelo Ceraolo, Jade (Skyler) Clark, James Ceraolo and Angelina Ceraolo; great grandson, Nash Ceraolo and a great granddaughter on the way; brothers, Willard (Ulli) Dunn and Nicholas Peddicord; her extended family and many good friends.