Tribute: ‘Too Crazy Ladies’ mixed business, RVing

RIP ‘Two Crazy Ladies’: Red and Beth in 2012. (Julianne G Crane)

These ‘Too Crazy Ladies’  knew each other all their lives. Their mothers were sisters.

According to a March 5, 2019, email from Lamro Logos: “Red passed away a few years ago. Beth passed away this past Feb. 11, 2019, peacefully in her motor home in Mesa, Az.”

Thousands of RVers knew Beth and Red because for more than two decades, these two women took their traveling engraving business to Quartzsite, recreation vehicle rallies, and numerous dog (and horse) shows across America. They created custom license plate frames, judges badges and lapel pins. Jimmy and I have a couple of their name badges.

“It took us nine husbands and 30 years to get our act together,” laughed Beth one afternoon at the Park Sierra SKP RV Park. Read more about these ‘Too Crazy Ladies’ by clicking on “”

There will be a celebration of life in remembrance of them on Saturday, March 9, 1-3 p.m. in Mesa Az., at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at Mesa Drive and University, according to Lamro. All are welcome, casual dress.

Photo: Too Crazy Ladies cousins Red (left) and Beth. (Julianne G. Crane)

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  • I am so sorry to hear these ladies are now on permanent vacation in their RV up in heaven. I knew them from Dog Shows where they made me numerous signs for me. They were the nicest ladies.

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