Beverly Holwell (born Lewis)

May 2, 1976November 26, 2019

Beverly Holwell (born Lewis)

It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of Beverly Holwell. She passed away peacefully surrounded by family on November 27th, 2019 at the Hull Hospital following a lengthy battle with cancer. She was the daughter of Frances Leyte and Harrison Lewis and the loving wife of Robert Holwell. A hockey mom like no other, she leaves to mourn her loving children; Ryan and Rebecca. A special thanks goes out to all the family and friends who have supported Beverly throughout her life.

A Funeral Service will be held at the St-Paul’s Anglican Church in Lewisporte NL on December 7th, 2019 at 2pm. The interment will be at the Anglican Cemetery in Baytona NL following the service.

Bev requested that all donations go towards Ryan’s and Rebecca’s education. No flowers by request.


7 December

Funeral Service

2:00 pm

St-Paul's Anglican Church

Lewisporte, NL


Beverly Holwell (born Lewis)

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Valerie Bartlett

December 7, 2019

Bev was a beautiful woman with a beautiful soul full of kindness and love for everyone. We will never forget her amazing attitude and beautiful smile. She was strong and she was determined and lived her life to the fullest. Her legacy lives on through her beautiful children.
Love, Terry, Valerie, Scott & Danielle Bartlett

Nicole Lewis

December 7, 2019

I read somewhere that cousins are the first friends you have as children and I couldnt agree more. Bev, you were such a great cousin, such a good first friend. I have so many fond memories of our time together growing up. Time spent at each other's houses, time spent at nans (especially on Christmas day when all of us cousins, friends would find a place on the stairs to sit and eat ha ha), time spent at the cabin, and some fond memories of those times I visited you in Gatineau. I still can't believe you have left this earth. I will never forget you and I will cherish each and every memory. To Aunt Fran, Uncle Harris, Hughie, Robert, Ryan and Rebecca, I think of you all so often and my heart aches for you. May you find comfort in all the wonderful memories you now hold close to your heart. Love you all, my sincere condolences

Catherine Barnard

December 5, 2019

I only new Bev
for a short time, as our boys played on the same team last year. Her kindness and pride in her children shined.

I enjoyed spending time with her chatting between cheering at the games. It was clear she loved hockey and loved to watch the kids play.

She was an amazing mom and I would like to send my sincere condolences to her family.

Charlene Downton Brown

December 1, 2019

One of my dearest friends from our first day of kindergarten to our last day of grade 12. We shared so many fun and wonderful times! Bev was such a beautiful person, inside and out. She always had a smile on her face and was always up for fun and laughs. She was always kind and happy and a friend to everyone. She could light up a room and her laugh was infectious. Although our lives took us on different paths and to different places, I am so glad that many of my childhood memories have her as a part of them. Her courage and positivity through her health issues with MS and her battle with cancer were inspiring! My heart breaks for her parents, her brother, her husband, all her friends and family, but most of all her two beautiful children. I hope the fact that she touched so many lives with her beautiful personality and spirit, brings comfort to them in the difficult days ahead. I hope they can find a way, through their grief, to cope with the great loss and live the life that she would want for them. Rest easy my beautiful friend. Your time on this earth may be done but you have left us all with beautiful, precious memories to last a lifetime. Love you forever.

Benjamin. Moyles curnew

November 30, 2019

I went to Greenwood high in Campbelltown NL Bev was a very great person was outgoing and caring deepest sympathy to the family rest in peace Bev from your best friend and classmate Benjamin Moyles curnew graduated grade 12 with her

Al Daly

November 30, 2019

A beautiful person on the exterior and interior. In spite of her health issues, she brought joy to others.