Beverly Dianna Moore
July 29, 1945-April 27, 2021
In her own words it is with great “relief” that Bev’s family announces that she peacefully passed away surrounded by family on Tuesday, April 27, 2021.
Bev was born in Hanna, Alberta, to parents Gertrude and Earl Moore in 1945 who are predeceased. Bev was a proud mother to Roland (predeceased) and Carla-Jo. She is survived by her daughter, Carla; granddaughter, Crystal (Michel); her sister, Sharon (Ray); nephews, Stacey and Curtis. Bev will live on through her family and other grandchildren, Matthew (Jessica) and Sara. As well as her Great-grandchildren, Kenzi, Brooklynn and Mathias.
Bev lived a life full of love and laughter. She has in stilled in her family many lessons of working hard and how to love purely but to never lose your sense of humor. Bev has left a great imprint on the community around her, she would do anything to help a friend or a neighbour and was often told she was given the “gift of gab”. Bev loved to laugh and would remind her family members to always live life to the fullest because “you have to be tough to get old” and like her dad she felt as though she somehow missed the golden years. Bev loved to drive and was the driver of her life up until the end.
At this time there will be no Funeral Service however, Bev would like to remind you that the money is for the living so if you wish to send flowers spend some money on yourself instead.
What a wonderful lady . Kind , generous , a sense of humor with a Contagious laugh . Oh the fun we had back in the AGT/TELUS days . Bev would laugh so hard that she would have tears running down her face , then would yell at me to stop it so we could get back to work . Crystal you were your moms pride and joy along with her grandchildren we send hugs to you and the family. Rest In Peace Beverley. Rob Savage
Carla, Crystal and family, my heart goes out to you and your loved ones during this difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of dear Beverly. I will miss her smile, her laughter, cheating at cards and trying to get her way. Even til the last. These memories are implanted in my heart and make me smile.
I worked with Bev when I was with Southland. She was a great person to work with. She had the best attitude and always made me laugh. I enjoyed our talks. Miss you Bev. Rest now.
Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.
Bev was my moms friend and neighbour for about 37 years. Nothing will be the same without her. We will all miss her so much. My mom the most. RIP Bev
Our deepest sympathy to your family. We had so many fun times with her!!
I had the luck to work with Bev when she drove school bus for a few years . I don’t think I ever did not see her with a smile or laughing . Heaven has gained another angel may your journey be everything you could of imagined .
I worked with Bev for many years. Bev you always made me laugh. I learned a lot from you as you were so generous with your knowledge and kindness. Have a safe journey my friend. I will look for you on the other side.
I’m sad to hear of your passing. We’ve had some good laughs and great food and good talks. You will be missed my friend fly with the angels.