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April 21, 1943 - October 31, 2018

In accordance with her wishes cremation will take place and private memorials will be held. Memorial contributions may be made to the Kalamazoo Animal Rescue Project or Leisure Time Condominiums (Bequest Fund), c/o the funeral home.

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My condolences to all Bev's family. I was so surprised and saddened to read about her death. Bev was my Tuesday morning golf partner this year. I really enjoyed getting to know her and playing golf with her. I will truly miss her. All of us at Crestview Golf Course enjoyed her friendship. God Bless you all.

Posted by Phyllis McLeod on November 4, 2018

I will always miss you, Bev!

Posted by Irene Wiacek on November 4, 2018

My most sincere condolences to Bev's family and Friends...who were family to her. I've not known you for long...but immediately was drawn to your sense of humor and love of Family & Friends. And of course your love of animals...

Posted by Vickie Fredericks on November 3, 2018

What a beautiful, caring, giving, loyal, funny and loving long time friend/family. I am so thankful and blessed that you were in my life Bev! You and Lori will always share the same birthdays in which we will always make a toast to you ? You will forever be loved and missed. You always had a place in our family. I've always admired you for the person you were. Be at peace and I will see you again. Prayers, love and hugs for Troy, family and friends.

Posted by Lisa Abbott on November 2, 2018

Sending our deepest sympathy.....we both have fond memories of Bev, she will be missed....

Posted by Dave and Linda Christian on November 2, 2018

Bev was my mom, Nancy,, childhood best friend. I don't remember a time me when we would go back to Bangor that we did not stop and visit with Bev, talking about new and old times. My mom would often tell me how much my dad admired Bev. Back in the day, they were playing soft balll, Bev out in the field. A fly ball came to her, she dove, and caught the ball. All while never spilling the beer in her hand! Another memory often shared was how they, As teenagers, had my grandmotheres car teetering off a wall enbankment. Thank you Bev, for being such a good friend to my mom! Prayers for your family!

Posted by Terri O\'Gara (Nancy Blunt) on November 2, 2018

I meant Bev on the Grand Prairie Golf Course a few years ago and was totally inspired by her golfing skills and her warm personality. She will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to all of her many friends and family.

Posted by Linda Law on November 2, 2018

Love you Bev.

Posted by Carole on November 2, 2018

May God bless you and your family and prayers to you all. Many great memories when you ladies owned Calabash. I can’t ever remember not seeing you with a smile on your face. Your laughter was contagious and we knew it was you. You will be missed but your in a much better place. ?????????????

Posted by Therese Wesaw on November 2, 2018