Beatrice's memorial service was held at Saint James Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. Beatrice's remains were cremated afterwards.
Beatrice's sons, James and Charles, attended Science Hill High School in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Beatrice's husband and son performed together in a benefit performance of Death of a Salesman.
Beatrice's son James is a University Honors Scholar at East Tennessee State University.
One project of the Beatrice Colen Cronin Memorial Fund was the restoration of the VA Memorial Theatre.
Beatrice's familiar name was Betsy.
Beatrice's husband, Patrick Cronin established the Beatrice Colen Cronin Memorial Fund. About 2½ years following her death, he performed at East Tennessee State University to benefit that fund.
Beatrice's two biggest TV roles were Etta Candy on Wonder Woman (7 episodes)and Marsha Simms on Happy Days (22 episodes, plus one in flashback).
Beatrice does not appear in DuoCards' Happy Days collection.
Beatrice shares a birthday with boxer George Foreman. She is one year older.
In Lifeguard, Beatrice costarred with Sam Elliot and Anne Archer.
In High Anxiety, Beatrice costarred with Mel Brooks, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman and Harvey Korman.
In American Pop, Beatrice costarred with fellow Happy Days Recurring Star Roz Kelly.
In Who's that Girl, Beatrice costarred with Madonna.
Beatrice appears in 4 movies: a secretary in Who's That Girl, the voice of a prostitute in American Pop, a maid in High Anxiety, and Judy in Lifeguard.
Beatrice's final television appearance was in "The Secret World of Alex Mack" episode "The Switch" as the science teacher, Ms. Tucker.
Beatrice's son Charlie played in Jerry Maguire and in a TV episode of Grace Under Fire.
Beatrice and Patrick Cronin had two sons, James and Charlie.
Beatrice's grandfather is playwright George S. Kaufman.
Beatrice married Patrick Cronin on October 28, 1977. This marriage remained in force until her death.