Mrs. Beverly Pendexter - SAVANNAH - Mrs. Beverly Pendexter, devoted wife and mother, passed away peacefully Friday, March 21, surrounded by her family. She will be remembered fondly for her love of precision, punctuality, honesty and loyalty. Those who loved her appreciated her passion for Scrabble, Bocci and NCIS. The following poem, written by her husband Hugh, describes his deep love for her. We trust that she is with him now. Retrospect The years stretch back, a longer path than waits For exploration. Lightly trafficked--bleak At times--this ancient, narrow track we trudged Together led us past enticing byways. Heart clasped, we strained our ankles on rock-falls, Joyed through orchard shade, and labored blind Through stifling fog where, wrenched by pain and fear, We trusted one step -- each supporting each-- Again one step, until at last we climbed To vision here upon this modest rise, Whose gracious view restores our wasted courage. No lasting rest: this lovely hill but shows The new ascent, unseen when first we walked. We pause in thanks to catch our puffing breath, Then joined in love, prepare for new ascent. The family is planning a memorial service to be held at a later date. To offer condolences to the Pendexter family and sign the online guest book, please do so at www.fairhavenfuneralhome.net. Savannah Morning News March 23, 2014 Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at savannnahnow.com/obituaries.
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Published in Savannah Morning News on Mar. 23, 2014