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Beverly June George

Port Angeles, Washington

1932 - 2017

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June 28, 1932 - October 21, 2017 Beverly June (Van Hoy) George was born June 28, 1932 and died October 21, 2017 at age 85 . Beverly held many titles: Servant of God, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, cousin, and a friend to many. Beverly June was raised in Yakima, WA by her parents,...

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In high school cousin June sang with a group that won several singing contests, the two songs they sang were, "Rag Mop" and "Slow Poke", hits in 1950. Don't know if they made the Hit Parade but they auditioned for it. She loved talking about her first 10 years living at Jumpoff Joe fire lookout in the Cascades. Sh was 8 years older than I and she was my favorite baby sitter. She was like her Mom, Aunt Verna, she could make a silk purse out of a sows ear.

Beg and Howie are missed by all the musicians that knew them and played music with them. They are and will be missed.

I worked at Bethany and enjoyed seeing her smile every morning, she was always so happy. I will miss her dearly.
My heart goes out to her family at this time.

The world has lost a truly beautiful person inside and out. So many memories form my childhood on 208th include Bev. She was forever cleaning up a skinned knee, giving you a hug and sending you off with a cookie. I remember the best games of hide and seek in her yard and helping her bake at christmas. She put up with endless hours of bigwheel riding down her driveway. I truly hope she understood the positive and loving impact she had on us kids. Rest easy Bev.

She was one of the sweetest, kindest loving people I ever met. She was a Grandma to all the children on our street. The last time I saw Bev and Howard was 10 years ago before I moved to Centeral Washington. My adult children have such fond loving memories of this wonder couple. May God hold them in the palm of his hand.

Her wonderful smile will long be remembered, as will her "secret garden," and the tradition of handing out loaves of bread for Christmas. What a beautiful person.