Luz M. Beltran, M.D.

November 12, 2020
Luz M. Beltran, M.D.

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Luz M. Beltran, M.D. passed away peacefully on November 12, 2020 surrounded by family at home. Born in 1932, to Mariano and Margarita in the Philippines, she bravely travelled in her twenties to the United States for her medical residency in child psychiatry. There she met her husband, Romulo G. Beltran, M.D. and worked as a child psychiatrist.

Luz will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Everyone knew her as “Ma” because of her caring, supportive, and warm nature. Her relationship and reliance on the Lord Jesus and her strong Catholic faith was evident by all whom she encountered.  She raised her children to know God’s love and the protection and intercessions received when cultivating a relationship with Him. She will be fondly remembered for her loving heart, beautiful smile, embracing hospitality, joyful and encouraging personality, and strong yet gentle spirit.

She is survived by her five children- Pamela, Natalie, Joyce, Kenneth, and Noelle; her nine grandchildren; and her four great-grandchildren.

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  • November 22, 2020
    Ellen Nygaard says:
    The Nygaard Family has such wonderful memories of living next door to Luz and the whole Beltran family! She was such a wonderful role model and loving woman. We will always cherish the years of our lives that we spent as her neighbor. We know she will be missed. We will keep you all in our prayers during this time of sadness. Love to you all, Ellen, Tom, Anna, Gretchen and Erik Nygaard

  • November 23, 2020
    Roger and Mary Fabrizio and family says:
    To the Beltran Family we are so sorry to learn about the loss of your mother. She was a truly loving and caring lady. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Roger and Mary Fabrizio and Family

  • November 28, 2020
    Mary Bartram Stalling says:
    Oh my dearest Joyce! I am beyond saddened in seeing this. I loved your Mother so very much. Pamela, Natalie, Kenneth and Noelle, you all were like my second family. There are no words, but many fond memories that will be cherished by many. Your Mother’s legacy will live on through each of her special and wonderful children. All of my love and heartfelt appreciation for your Mother. I love you all very much and you in my thoughts and prayers. I love you Joyce. Always, Mary