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Beverley Eileen Spence


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Beverley Eileen Spence of Bonnyville, Alberta unexpectedly passed away in St. Albert on Saturday, April 11, 2020 at the age of 67 years.
An incredible and loving Mother, Nana, Sister and friend, devoted to her children and grandchildren & dear friend to many. Bev was a very special member of her church, a giving and selfless woman. Outgoing and friendly, she always took the time to help others or make them feel loved and special. She was beautiful inside & out, with a special sense of style with her hair, nails & jewelry, always matching & classy. She had a great sense of humor & we loved her laugh. Bev was endlessly patient & always a peacemaker. The love for her family was absolute & unconditional. She was incredibly proud of her children & always appreciated everything they all did for her. Bev absolutely adored her grandchildren & told many stories of all their antics/adventures. She loved to make special cakes for family & friends, especially her grandchildren who brought her more joy than anything else. Bev was remarkable in the kitchen and greatly enjoyed feeding those she loved. Heaven truly gained an angel & she is now with her Mom, Dad and brother, Rod.
May She Rest in Peace.
Bev will be forever loved and remembered by her three children: James (Elyssa) Spence & his children: Ethan & Evan Spence; Dustin Spence & children: Georgia & Amelia Trach; Cassandra (Colby) Lesyk & children: Piper, Cora & New Baby Lesyk. Also, three brothers: Bob (Christine), Allan (Jane), Warren (Dolores); three sisters: Brenda, Lori (Bruce), Kathy (Marvin); as well as 9 nieces, 8 nephews, 5 great nieces & 6 great nephews.
Bev was predeceased by her brother Rodney Janzen on December 7, 1975; father: Nickolas Janzen on July 20, 2010 & mother: Marianne Janzen on February 27, 2013.
A Celebration of Bev’s Life will take place at a later date.


Memento Funeral Chapel

Bonnyville, Cold Lake, St. Paul


The Thackeray Family ~ A Tradition of Trust since 1975

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