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July 18, 2018

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March 4, 2018
Beverly's mother, Gladys married my father, Carl Giltner . I gained a wonderful step-mom and step-sister. I visited Bevery after my father died. We sewed together. She taught me how to make rag quilts. She was the most fun woman I have ever knew and mother also. Beverly worked very long hours making girls fashion dresses and she sold them at the street fair. I went with her once. She was raised with a girl Gladys took in when Beverly was young, Joy was the gals name. She lived in Pahrump, Nevada. I know beverly will have a great time in the afterlife with her Mother and a host of others. I look forward to my time to meet her again. Oh also, she liked Canasta. Hope she finds a good game in Heaven.
August 15, 2017
My Aunt Bev was such an amazing, fun and generous woman... she had a quick wit and THAT laugh. . . so contagious and genuine. She had a real Vegas style slot machine in her house when I was little and an actual phone booth! I thought she was so cool :-) Years later as a struggling, single mom, I remember my mom and I going to visit her at the College of the Desert Marketplace and we had so much fun people watching and sharing family stories... when I said I didn't have the money for a lemon aid, she bought one for me and when I got home, there was a $20 bill in my wallet with a little heart drawn in the corner. That was the kind of woman she was - so giving and loving. Oh, my dear Aunt... you will be missed tremendously but the way you touched so many lives will last forever ~

Judi McDill
August 14, 2017
August 14, 2017
I'm so sorry for your loss Scott and the rest of the family, she sounds like she was an amazing woman loved by so many. I pray that you find comfort and peace during this time. Debbie Tyner Fielding