You never saw Beverlee that she wasn’t dressed to the nines, hair and makeup perfect. Of course, putting her look together was a labor of love: Bev loved to shop: she had a thing for clothing, jewelry, handbags (Vera Bradly) and her shoe collection was second only to Imelda Marcos with over 40 pairs of Havaianas flip flops. Sunny days found her heading down to the shore (Wildwood or Ocean City) always with a murder mystery in hand. Saturdays found her in Ocean City riding her bike getting cream donuts from Cathy’s and on Sundays Gina would make waffles and they would have breakfast on the porch with the neighbors. She kept fit: the gym three days a week and she walked and rode her bike everywhere. Beverlee always stayed busy: craft fairs, doing some needle point, planting flowers, making cookies. About the only time she relaxed was when she was heading down a lazy river. Doe was always up for an adventure with her niece, Brittany especially Broadway shows, Disney with the family and vacations in Myrtle Beach with Mac. She was a native of Beverly NJ and a graduate of Palmyra High School of 1971. Bev found her passion as a Paralegal.
Come celebrate 65 years wearing Bevs favorite color Lavender or Purple, Saturday from 9-10:30 am at the Sweeney Funeral Home, 478 Cooper Street, Beverly NJ, where there will be a service at 10:30 am. Interment Monument Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite animal shelter.