COLONIE- Beverly Beaudoin passed away quietly on July 5, 2017.
Beverly is survived by her husband of 47 years, Jack; son, Timothy; daughter, Heather Marley; granddaughter, Audra Marley; mother, Ethel Rice; sister, Laurel Kimball and many other relatives and friends.
She loved all aspects of life, both old and new and was a voracious reader of many subjects, especially regularly studying the bible. She thoroughly enjoyed investigating and learning new things.
She was a devoted and supportive wife, mother and grandmother and was an honest, fearless and loyal friend to those who truly knew her. She displayed many Christian qualities, very self-sacrificing and always ready to help anyone in need.
Beverly was intensely honest & courageous in defense of the truth, what she believed to be right or in support of family and friends. She was a woman of absolute integrity, courage and truth.
She played the violin & piano, painted, designed clothes for all ages, enjoyed gardening, singing, interior decorating as well as healthy gourmet cooking. Most of her accomplishments were self taught, driven by a desire to learn which also contributed to her success in managing a variety of businesses.
Most importantly, as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses for over 70 years, she loved helping people understand the truth in God’s word, the bible which improved their lives in many ways. That was a high priority in her life and gave her tremendous peace of mind, especially when she became ill. She was very active in preaching and teaching the bible throughout the area, which gave her great comfort and joy and resulted in many friendships. For over 25 years she zealously engaged in this activity full time throughout New York.
She will be immensely missed, especially by her husband and best friend Jack.
Friends and family are invited to share condolences on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 from 1-2pm at New Comer Funerals & Cremations, 343 New Karner Rd., Albany, NY 12205. A Memorial Talk to remember Beverly and her pursuit of truth in God’s word follow at 2pm.
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