OBITUARY

Barbara Lynne Bevan

9 April, 19518 July, 2021

On July 8, 2021, Lynne Bevan passed away peacefully in Kamloops, BC at the age of 70 years. She is lovingly remembered by her husband Larry and her three children: Sheri (Andrew), Matthew (Candy) and Paula (Mark); her five grandchildren Kiefer, Spencer, Jordan, Graydan and Jakob; her two sisters Sandra McCartney and Joan Bradford, she will also be greatly missed by many family members and friends. Lynne was predeceased by her son Greg and sister Dorothy. Lynne was born April 9, 1951 in Ontario. She moved to BC with Larry and their children in 1977. Residing in Port Coquitlam for 17 years until they moved to 150 Mile house in 1994. She and Larry moved to Kamloops in 2000. A Graveside Service will be held in the family plot on Friday, September 10 at 2:00 pm at the Port Coquitlam Cemetery, 4150 Oxford Street. Should friends desire, donations to the Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops in memory of Lynne would be appreciated.

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Michelle Vetter

24 August 2021

A kind and gentle person, great sense of humour, amazing listener, wonderful laugh and loved her for it, she loved to talk. She was like a mom to me and I truly felt the loss the day that she went to heaven. I will miss my texts from her just saying “thinking of you, send me photos.”

A couple days before Lynne went to heaven, my mom said she had forgotten to give me a card that Lynne had given her to give to me, it was for my 50th birthday. Lynne had gone through her photos and found a picture of me from when I was just a kid and spent the time to make my card even more special. These are the things that she would do for her family and friends. I will miss this special lady, love you lots little momma 2.0.

Darleen Harrison

22 August 2021

Larry and family we want to express our sincere condolences for your loss. Lynne was a remarkable wife and mother and truly loved by her husband, family and friends.

Rick and I take satisfaction in knowing that Lynne's memory only gets stronger as time goes by. Lynne was a very special friend who I could always count on. We will always miss her but we will always smile at the very special moments that we shared.

We may have lived cities apart but it always felt that you were living right next door. We will miss our annual camping trips with you and Larry and I am sure Rick will have a smile when he thinks of trying to get a word in edgewise into a conversation. My most special times were our weekly phone calls. We sometimes talked for hours about everything or sometimes just simple ordinary things and I will miss these wonderful moments talking with you Lynne. I am just so glad that I have these special times to remember.

Lynne we will always remember our moments together as friends
You will remain in our hearts, friendship is timeless. Rest peacefully my friend.
Darleen and Rick Harrison

Willy Vandegraaf

14 August 2021


Just wanted to say that remembering Lynne
was like a breath of fresh air.sbe especially always had a kind and reassuring word for our son Shane. She will be missed.
Willy Vandegraaf

Joyce Johnson(Coburn)

1 August 2021

My childhood is full of memories of Lynne and her sisters visiting us on the farm . She would wait patiently all day so she could help Aunt Hazel feed the chickens or go to the back forty to bring the cows in for Uncle Clarence for-their night milking . Such happy memories that cousins share. I’m so sorry for her passing . My condolences to Larry and family on the lose of such a beautiful person.

Connie Bieth (Wiens)

31 July 2021

We always loved to go see Aunt Dot and Uncle Lloyd and of course the girls, Sandra, Lynne, Do and Joanie.
Lynne I thought was so kind, laid back and just very thoughtful, always wanting to take myself and my sisters ( Vickie, Cindy Patricia) “out for a walk” in Stayner.
The last time I actually saw Lynne and Larry was just a few weeks before they moved out west. Ron and I meet them at the Coronet Hotel for a drink to say good bye.
I jus love this picture of Lynne and Gramma McCartney
Larry our most sincere condolences to you and the family.

Helen Whittome (Parker)

22 July 2021

Lynne was a very good friend of mine throughout our school years and as young mothers. We continued to stay in touch over the years even though we lived in different provinces. My deepest sympathy to Larry and the family. I am saddened by your loss.

Sandra (Sandi) McCartney

22 July 2021

She was my baby sister ... she was always bubbly and was very popular during her school years. She and Larry raised 4 amazing children .. she was a calm Mother and never missed a thing. She was JUST LYNNE .. and I loved her and I love her .. I pray she did not suffer. I cannot believe she is here "no more" .. I feel deeply for Larry, very much so, theirs was a real love story. I feel for the children as well. She will be missed and she was LOVED, very much
so. A beautiful, beautiful human being ...
Love you Lynne, always will ... San.

Jaime Alcorn

16 July 2021


I had the pleasure of meeting Lynne only once but the kindness she exuded made me feel like I’ve known her forever. She was a loving, sweet, thoughtful woman and it makes me so thankful to be a part of the Bevan family. I will never forget meeting you Lynne and I promise to take good care of your grandson for the rest of our lives. I know you’ll be with us on our big day, with that good weather you said was ordered.


Gail Ricard Brown

12 July 2021

I was very sad to hear about Lynne's passing. Sending all our love and condolences at this difficult time.

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