Beatrice Ver

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Beatrice R. Ver

August 27, 1925 – August 8, 2014

Beatrice Reviilla Ver, loving wife of Anastacio (Stacey) Q. Ver Jr., left us on August 8, 2014. Bea, as she was known to all, was married for 66 wonderful years to Stacey. She was the loving mother of Tina (Tim Pacelli), Joe, Tommy (Kristina), Stacey (Anne), and Vicki (John Cerbatos). She was adored by her grandchildren: Marisa (Dan), Cathleen, Aaron, Lydia (Mark), Asia, Alejandro (Sabrina), Marika (Wesley), Elizabeth, Rose, Sydney, and great grandchildren: Alexa, Sophia, Amari, Sasha, Wesley, Thomas, Tiana, Cierra, Mariah, and Anastascia. Bea attended St. Joseph's Elementary, Commerce High School, and received her Associate's degree from City College of San Francisco. She worked for the Navy Department during World War II.
Bea was very involved with her children's activities. From scouts to sporting events, she was both designated chauffeur and lead cheerleader. She worked as a volunteer at both Presentation High School and St. Ignatius College Prep. Bea was best known and remembered for all of her dedicated work for St. Anne's Parish including being a Lector, Eucharistic Minister and the first Marriage Preparation Couples Counselor. She was the first two-term president of the Women's Club. Bea spent countless hours volunteering for the Meals on Wheels program, and worked with programs at the Lower Church, the rectory, and the convent. She sang in the church choir and in a women's singing group that entertained many among the community. Along with her fellow parishioners, Bea organized the Fil-Am club at St. Anne's.
In her free time, Bea was an avid artist who loved to paint various stills and landscapes. She loved to hit the links, belonged to many winning bowling teams, and played a mean game of 5 card stud. Bea and Stacey were active travelers and took cruises to the Bahamas, the Panama Canal, and Alaska. They enjoyed traveling to see the fall colors on the East Coast. Bea was an avid San Francisco Giants fan.
Bea will be remembered by all for her famous "Butter Cookies."
Bea was preceded in death by her parents Crispina and Laureano, and her brother Larry. She is survived by her husband Stacey, her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, her brother Fred Revilla, sister Rita Revilla, and her many cousins and friends.
The family gives special thanks to Bea's primary physician Dr. Aileen Watanabe, her dentist, Dr. Maria Rey, her caregiver, Jade Rafanan and the entire CPMC medical team in ER and on the Fifth Floor North.
A private family ceremony was held at St. Anne's on Monday, August 11, 2014.
Friends are invited to a Memorial Mass on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at St. Anne of the Sunset Church at 10:00 am. A celebration of her life will immediately follow in the Lower Church/Moriarty Hall.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Bea's favorite charity the , in her name.


Funeral Home
Duggan's Serra Mortuary
500 Westlake Avenue Daly City, CA 94014
(650) 756-4500
Funeral Home Details
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 24, 2014
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