Beverly Boone Fleming
Beverly went to be with the Lord February 20, 2021 surrounded by the love of her family.

Beverly was born May 23, 1943 in Orlando, FL to John W and Lucy Boone. A graduate of the University of Florida, she grew up in Orlando where she attended Concord Elementary, Robert E Lee Jr High, and Edgewater High School. In 1965 she married her childhood sweetheart Gary B Fleming and together they raised three children in an environment of unconditional love and support.

Affectionately known as "Bebe", she had no greater joy than her family and friends. She loved tennis, reading, politics, and Gator athletics but nothing compared to watching her grandkids. When it came to athletic events, concerts, recitals, and graduations, "Bebe" was always present. She was a blessing to all she knew. The impact of her life and legacy is unmistakable.

Beverly is survived by her husband Gary Fleming; two brothers Donald Boone (Mary) and David Boone (Dorothy); three children Brant Fleming (Lisa), Ashli Evans (Ryan), and Boone Fleming (Lee Ann); and her 9 grandchildren (Ansley Fleming, Chapman Evans, Ellis Fleming, McCarron Evans, Addison Evans, Grayson Fleming, Reese Fleming, Fuller Evans, Jackson Fleming).

There will be a reception in Beverly's honor at Gary's house on March 7th from 4:00 - 6:00 (casual). In lieu of flowers, please send gifts to Florida Fellowship Foundation, P.O. Box 541618, Orlando, FL 32854-1618.
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Published by Orlando Sentinel from Feb. 27 to Feb. 28, 2021.
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so sorry for your loss. Beverly was one of the sweetest girls I knew at robert E Lee and edgewater H S.
Max thomas
March 19, 2021
with sympathy, lee Nicolls
March 14, 2021
The McAuliffe Family
March 10, 2021
Thinking of you and lifting you and your family up in this difficult time. What a legacy she left... amazing wife, mother, grandmother, friend. I´m so grateful to had her in my life. She´ll be in my heart forever. Blessing, love and prayers.
Rosa Pool
March 1, 2021
Gary, I am so sorry about you losing your wife who you have spent your entire life. I can imagine the grief. From the little, I knew her she was a wonderful person. I know you have a wonderful family to support you through these times
John Lane
March 1, 2021
Gary, I am sorry for your recent losses, and you have my heartfelt condolences. I am one of the Bell twins and graduated with Jeanne. I know your mother also recently passed, and I have lost Jeanne's phone number. When you have time, please send me her phone number and address. Bebe looks like a fun person. I have fond memories of times with Claudine, playing in her yard with Jeanne, Nancy Cleland, Jenny Clements, Novie McCree, and other EHS Class of 1958 who lived in that neighborhood. Again, please know I am thinking of you and your family. I am now 80, so have had losses of my own. None of them has been "easy", and that's the way it should be! Blessings to you and yours.
Eleanor Bell Crawford
March 1, 2021
Brian Perkins
March 1, 2021
Dear Gary, I noticed your wife's Obituary in the newspaper this morning, and wanted to reach out to you. From all the Browning family, please know that we hope that you and all the family find comfort at this difficult time. Hold on to all those fond memories. Tommy welcomed her to heaven. Love, Bonnie, Mary, Gail and Bob Browning
Dorothy Gail Reiss
February 28, 2021