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Beverly A. Blair Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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July 29, 2016
Alan, Kim and Family,
We will remember Kim as the smart, good looking gal from Howick, PQ. Some of us remember Alan when you brought her to Franklin to introduce her to May and Kyle and show off the ring. She really was the calm one in the relationship. Sure glad some of us were able to meet up with you both in Apache Junction and catch up on old times.

Wish we could have been there for the gathering. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
Bob (Suzie), Bill (Diane), Brodie (Marian), Brenda (Harvey), Kyla (Bryan).
July 29, 2016
Al and Kim
Saying I'm sorry for your loss seems like little comfort but I know there are many like me who knew Beverly as a strong, quiet woman with a quick smile and a great sense of humor. Her presence on D Dock will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
Captain Chuck
July 27, 2016
I've known Bev since she first met Al in the early 1960's in Montreal. Beverly was into nursing and Al was into motorcycles (as you can imagine nursing sometimes complimented Al's behaviour on a motorcycle!!!)but of course there was much more than that .

Pat and I moved west about a year after Al and Bev and on our arrival they provided a couple of weeks of hospitality and introduction to Vancouver..Bev being the tour director. When I look backseeing Vancouver thru their eyes and in it's summer splendor was part of the reason we stayed.but when the fall rains came Al and Bev moved on.
Soon came Australia BoiseLa Conner and somewhere along the way Kim joined the team.a lifetime of memories for sureand it is with great sadness that I express my condolences to Alan Kim and Kim's family for their loss.

A loss to all who knew Beverly.
R.I.P. my friend.

Brian Cormier
Delta BC
July 27, 2016
Al, Kim and Family, To say Bev will be missed is such an understatement. Susan and I have known Bev and Al for many years, dating back to Kim's High School years in AZ, and, as Susan has stated on many occasions, she was the nicest and most genuine Lady we have ever known.
We enjoyed our time together, while living and working in AZ.
I personally will remember visiting with her and you at the motor home park in AJ. She was always telling me, John you have had a lot of "Horns" maybe you should spend the night. Typical Bev. Being a hard headed Irishman, I never listened.
Our hearts go out to all of you and remember, we are, and always will be, here for you.
Sorry we couldn't attend the gathering, but will visit with you real soon.
Be Strong!
Your Friends,
John and Susan Byrne