Beverly Harvey

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  • "I attended Borah High School with Beverly and remember her..."
    - Sharon (Vincent) Colucci
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Beverly Ann Harvey
June 8, 1944 - August 12, 2016
Beverly Ann (Shults) Harvey passed away at St. Luke's Hospital on August 12, 2016 after a courageous and lengthy battle with cancer. She was born in Boise, Idaho on June 8, 1944 to Hazel and Harry Shults. She attended schools in Boise, graduating from Borah High School in 1962. She married Dale Harvey in 1962 and together they raised three children; Jerry Lee Harvey, Nampa; Terry Dale Harvey, Boise; and Kimberly Jill (Chuck) Vandervort, Seattle, WA. They have five granddaughters; Genevieve Isa Rivero; Havana Asumendi Harvey; and Milia Asumendi Harvey, all of Boise; and Lola and Olive Vandervort of Seattle, WA.
Beverly was preceded in death by her parents. Sadly, her older sister Loreta Chesko passed away only thirteen days after her. Bev is survived by her husband, her children, her granddaughters and her brother LeRoy (LeeAnn) Shults of Nampa.
In the 1980's Beverly owned and operated a restaurant in Boise. Later, in 1994 before the internet was 'cool' she and her husband built a successful online retail shop, delivering products throughout the USA and to a few other countries as well. She also enjoyed several years of employment at Boise's Swim and Run Shop. Bev was the Red Hat Queen leader in the Nampa Gold Crest community for over ten years. She was accomplished at giving presentations, often to groups of one hundred or more people.
The family would like to thank MSTI (Mountain States Tumor Institute) of Nampa and Boise. They were kind and caring and extended her life. Per Bev's request please donate to them or a .
A celebration and memorial of Beverly's life will be held on Saturday, October 1 at 2:00 P.M. in the Wright Congressional Community Church, 4821 Franklin Rd., Boise, Idaho.

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Cremation Society of Idaho
5541 West Overland Road
Boise, ID 83705
(208) 322-3590
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Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Sept. 28, 2016