I will miss my Aunt Bev. She was always so supportive and genuinely interested in my life and she impacted me in so many many ways.
Her positive nature and humour were her trademarks.
Bev always let it be known where she stood on any issue or situation and with a smile. Someone to look up to as was her husband, Ron.
She loved anything on 4 legs and our Teddy will miss her too.
She always put a smile on all our faces.
Not the same without her to talk to.
Thinking of you always Aunt Bev.
Mike and Colleen, and Teddy.
I'm so sad to hear of Bev's passing. She was a wonderful lady who enjoyed giving treats to my mini schnauzers, Schultzie and Winnie. Winnie still stops by her driveway on Bonner expecting to see Bev coming out to give her a treat. My sincere condolences to the Young family.
George, Eleanor Kobayashi and Winnie
We so enjoyed our times with Aunt Bev. Whether in Stockton, California or San Francisco, we always had a great time. Phone calls with her will be missed.
So sorry for your loss.
Dearest Brian and Mary,
I am so deeply sorry for your profound loss. Regardless of her chronological age, you must feel as shocked as you are saddened by the suddenness of your Mom's passing.
Your Mom was a force to be reckoned with, full of boundless energy and possessing a heart big enough to engulf her family, friends, and neighbours (who became life-long, and often multi-generational friends), and her special, 4-legged friends that always came to visit!
I will cherish forever the times I enjoyed spending with Aunt Bev, especially our lunches together! Whether eating out after we completed our errands, or eating grilled cheese at her home, we never ran out of conversation!
Her loss is immeasurable; I will miss her tremendously.
May her memory be a blessing,