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February 26, 2020

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February 14, 2020
My mother, Geneva, was the oldest of the Drennan siblings and Beverly was 16 months older than I. Even though we were Aunt/Niece, we grew up more like cousins. She fought a long, hard battle and I know she is at peace now.
February 14, 2020
My sister my shinning star. I believe she will continue to lead me. I will miss her every day.
Her courage never faltered.







February 13, 2020
My heart is deeply saddened at the loss of Beverly. We became friends and roommates in college. I have so many fun memories of that time. We have remained in touch over the years and I considered her one of my best life long friends. My sympathy to Duane, Michael, Clarissa, Jack and the rest of the family and friends. I share in your sorrow. May she rest in peace!
February 13, 2020
Aunt Beverly will be missed by all that knew her. She's always been a bright light, even during her battle with the big C. God decided she'd had enough. Rest in Peace!
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