Our thoughts & prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
Mom-there is so much I want to say. To be able to talk to you one more time. To laugh and talk about our stories that we shared. I don’t think I have laughed so much as I have with you. You were my mom and my best friend. I am so lucky to have been able to call you my mom. You touched so many lives. I know you will always be with us. I Am going to miss your voice and talking with you. But to know your at peace now. No more shots to take, no more meds no more shaking. Hope your kicking butt winning st bingo! Your free mom I love you so much
I actually started as a PCA for Fred. As I walked in to their apt. On Schuyler St, I introduced myself to Fred. We talked for a few minutes, before Beverly entered the room. I introduced myself to her & I turned to Fred & asked if she was his daughter! Oh boy they both got a huge kick out of that. But I was serious!!. She looked so young & pretty. Anyways, after Fred was placed in Heritage Green, Beverly asked if I would stay on & clean for her. I said absolutely. As the years went on, Bev & I became close. We would go out to eat occasionally, or we would order out & bring it to her home. I enjoyed the times I spent with Beverly. She was like a mother figure to me. She will dearly be missed...R. I. P. Beverly. You & Fred are once again united. God Bless
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