OBITUARIO

Beverly Jean Stewart

4 febrero , 193127 noviembre , 2019
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Beverly passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, the 27th of November 2019 at her home in Modesto, CA. She was born on the 4th of February, 1931 in Shawnee, Oklahoma to Mary Albert and Jennings Bryan Jordan. She was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. Beverly is survived by her kids: Lois Wynne of Arizona, Joel Stewart of California, Tina Forkins of California, and Richard Stewart & wife Felicity of Oregon. She also had 11 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Mary Placzek & Vern of Montana and her brother’s Jimmy Jordan & Judy of Oregon and David Jordan & wife Ruth of Arizona. Beverly grew up working with her family on different farms harvesting crops in the fields. In the 1950’s, she decided to leave the farms and landed a job at Pacific Bell. She started out as an operator on the switchboard and through the years moved into accounting, and finally retired in the fraud department in 1992. She loved working for Pacific Bell and the people she worked with. Much like her husband, she loved her flowers and roses in the garden. You would find her admiring all of the colors in the yard anytime it was sunny outside. She also loved picking up leaves of all sorts. It was common to find a leaf in her purse or set aside somewhere nearby. She always seemed to love spring time. Maybe if it was the flowers or her love of the San Francisco Giants, or probably a combination of both! Beverly always put others first. She was a giving person and always helped those she could. She would always be busy doing something; whether cleaning, cooking, or nurturing - she was a busy bee. The Stewart Family would like to thank the support and care that their mother received from others at the end of her life. Those memories will last a lifetime in our hearts. A special thank you to her caregivers; Hospice of Stockton, and the Alzheimer/Dementia Support Center in Modesto, CA. All services will be held at Lakewood Memorial Park in Hughson, CA. Visitation will be on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 from 4pm to 8pm. The Funeral will be on Wednesday, December 11th, 2019 at 1pm.

  • PORTADORES

  • Gilbert Bargas Jr.
  • Gilbert Bargas III
  • Isaiah Noel Bargas
  • Christain Paul Bargas
  • Manuel Tamayo Torres Jr.
  • Rosalio Hernandez Jr.
  • Daniel Eugene York
  • Frank Wayne Wynne

Servicios

  • Visitation martes, 10 diciembre , 2019
  • Funeral Service miércoles, 11 diciembre , 2019
  • Committal Service miércoles, 11 diciembre , 2019

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Lois Wynne

15 diciembre , 2019

This is my song to u mama ..
Dancing in the sky ..
I love u mama .. 😢❤️

Lois Wynne

14 diciembre , 2019

My mom was So Awsome .. She was always helping someone in her life .. She Was the best mom .. She taught me to always care 4 others & she always showed me so much love towards me .. I LOVE U MAMA & I NO THAT U HAPPY UP THERE IN THE SKY DANCING WITH POPS .. 😘❤️🙏

David Jordan

11 diciembre , 2019

My dear big sister, Beverly Jean, began he "caring" lifestyle much earlier than most people realize. In her early teens she was the oldest child which rode herd on her rowdy little sisters and brothers in Tucson, Arizona in the early 1940's! When her mom (Mary A.) and dad (Jennings Bryan) were struggling to survive and be responsible parents during World War II - Beverly Jean stepped up to the plate to help raise and care for her younger brothers and sisters. As I joined the family near the end of the war - it was Jean who cared for me while GMa Mary was in the hospital for a month after my difficult birth. While Jean began her adult life before I was of much age and later we both went down different roads in life, I will never forget how her responsible caring was one critical part of what started mine! Thank you again Big Sister for your help in beginning my life! As you and your departed husband are once together again, may you rest in peace for eternity. Love your little brother, David!

Cheryl Flory

11 diciembre , 2019

Ms. Beverly loved her flowers!

Frances Seaton

11 diciembre , 2019

Many memories of Aunt Jean!! Being the oldest and first Grandchild on both the Jordan and Tankersley sides of the family, I remember my Aunts and Uncles much like older siblings and teenage teasers. They are ALL very precious to me. Aunt Jean was a single working girl before that got to be the norm in our society. I recall her coming to visit more than once with little gifts and she always smelled so good. I’m sure that was one of the reasons I became enamored with perfume and cologne. She will be sorely missed by her family and extended family. She and her siblings all had a rough road to hoe as children and young adults, stepping into roles that provided for and enabled them to stay together. Life is hard at Best and whatever Happiness that the achieved was and is well deserved. Happy Trails to you Aunt Jean may your reunion with Uncle Joe Blessed. We all Love You!!! Mary Frances

Cheryl Flory

11 diciembre , 2019

Cheryl Flory

11 diciembre , 2019

Beverly was a favorite & special visitor at the Mon. morn Coffee Hour! Know all her friends & family will miss her!

Joel Stewart

5 diciembre , 2019

Missing you 😔 I LOVE ❤️ YOU A WHOLE BUNCH ITS NOT THE SAME AROUND HER😭😢😭LOVEYOU ❤️

Shawn Westbrook

5 diciembre , 2019

Shawn Westbrook

5 diciembre , 2019

We will miss you Grandma!

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