April 29, 1943 - September 21, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our dear wife, mother and grandmother. She passed away peacefully with her children by her side.
Beverley (Perry) was born in Cloyne, Ontario. She leaves behind her loving husband, Stubby, of 57 years. She was the proud mother of Perry (Jane), John, Ken (Lynette), and Michelle (Stan), and proud grandmother of beloved grandchildren Charlene (Michael), Carson (Jessica), Robert, Jordan, Brennen (Emilie), Mason, and Kade.
Bev will be sadly missed by her sister Doreen (the late Terry), brother Doug (Sue), and sister-in-law Janet Perry. She is predeceased by her parents Wallace and Audrey Perry, sister Thelma Pounder, and brother Glen Perry.
Mom’s greatest joys were her family and her Church. She loved making perogies with Stubby (they were a great team). She loved gardening, both at home and at the Church.
Mom loved watching her children’s and grandchildren’s sporting events. To Nana, her grandchildren were the love of her life and could do no wrong. She had a special bond with each and every one of her grandkids. She was the best grandmother any child could ever ask for.
Bev was a very kind and humble human being. She was happiest doing work in and outside of the Church. She did hospitality, organized Church cleaning before Easter, visited inmates at the jail and residents at Birchwood Terrace. Bev was also involved in multiple spiritual groups.
The family would like to extend special thanks to Alexis Peplinski, J. P. George, Dr. Drake, Dr.
Kyle, Father Rudy, Steve & Marie Lundin, dear friends Val Rupert, Melanie Patterson, Denise & Dan Grosenick, Marianne Poirier, and all who have sent prayers over the last few years during her long fight with cancer.
There will be a funeral service held at Notre Dame du Portage Parish on Saturday, September
25th at 11:00 a.m. by invitation only due to COVID-19 restrictions. Everyone is invited to a come-and-go Celebration of Life from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at 14 Johnson Road, with snacks, coffee and tea available.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Lake of the Woods District Hospital Foundation.