Condolence: TOUGH COOKIE (tuhf kooke-e)-noun
1. Someone with just the right mix of sweetness and strength. 2. One who doesn't crumble under pressure. 3.A fighter who's too busy kicking butt to sit down and cry, but knows it's okay to do both. 4. A person who doesn't always ask for support, but has lot's of friends who would do anything to help.
That was Beverly. A wonderful friend who was always there when others needed her, to lend strength, compassion and understanding. Our thoughts and prayers are with those she left behind. It is nice to know that she will be residing at beautiful San Luis Rey Mission where she also enjoyed many happy hours shopping at their Christmas in July Craft Fair. We will miss her.
Pat and John Beatty
Condolence: Please accept my sincere apologies for the loss of your loved one. God has promised that soon he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and even death will be no more (Revelation 21:3 and 4). Yes this peomise is due to be filfilled real soon......he also promise there will be a resurrection of our loved ones (John 11:25).
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Condolence: Dear Cecil, Heather, Steve, Dean and Melia. I am going to miss our wonderful lunches and talks. She was a kind hearted and remarkable lady. I am happy I got to speak with her near the end. May the memories of all the good times help you through your loss.
Condolence: Dear Cecil and family,
My sincerest condolences to you and your family. Beverly's dry humor and sweet demeanor will never be forgotten. I enjoyed sitting in the living room sipping coffee and talking about life with you both. A beautiful woman in every regard. Cecil, peace to you and your family. Love, Kristin
Condolence: To Cecil, Heather, Steve, Dean, & Melia, I am sincerely sorry for your loss.
Bev, I only met you in recent years, but I liked you from the start. I wish you a pain free happy eternity in heaven, and hope to see you again one day.