Beverlee-Howell-Obituary

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Beverlee Ann Howell

Richland, Michigan

Sep 21, 1929 – May 4, 2019 (Age 89)

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Beverlee Ann (Silcock) Howell, age 89, of Richland, passed away Saturday morning, May 4, 2019 at the Story Point Senior Living in Portage. Beverlee was born September 21, 1929 in Cloverdale, MI to Ted and Vesta Silcock. She was raised by her mother, Vesta and her beloved step-father, Harold...

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Prayers surround you with love. My blessing to you and your family.

So many childhood and adult memories of a wonderful woman and mom.
My deepest sympathy to Alan, Sue, Deb, and Gary.
Treasure the memories.. I know I always will. Sandi

Condolences to the family.
Terri Leet

Thanks for being a grandma that was such a big part of my life. I'll never forget the laughter we shared, the sleepovers at the condo, your cinnamon mentos, the dog bone surprise that we still talk about, your last trip to Hope4wildlife where you fed the deer, I loved seeing the smile and excitement on your face. I can remember the old Richland house, Ronnie coming home in his truck....WOW the memories that rush through my mind. You are so loved. I'm so happy you made it home...and I shared...

Thanks for being a grandma that was such a big part of my life. I'll never forget the laughter we shared, the sleepovers at the condo, your cinnamon mentos, the dog bone surprise that we still talk about, your last trip to Hope4wildlife where you fed the deer, I loved seeing the smile and excitement on your face. I can remember the old Richland house, Ronnie coming home in his truck....WOW the memories that rush through my mind. You are so loved. I'm so happy you made it home...and I shared...

Thanks for being a grandma that was such a big part of my life. I'll never forget the laughter we shared, the sleepovers at the condo, your cinnamon mentos, the dog bone surprise that we still talk about, your last trip to Hope4wildlife where you fed the deer, I loved seeing the smile and excitement on your face. I can remember the old Richland house, Ronnie coming home in his truck....WOW the memories that rush through my mind. You are so loved. I'm so happy you made it home...and I shared...

As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your cherished memories continue to bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.