Ms. Beverly Lee Kingsley

July 29, 1931March 24, 2020

Beverly Lee Kingsley was born on July 29, 1931 and passed away on March 24, 2020.


  • Committal Service Wednesday, April 1, 2020


Ms. Beverly Lee Kingsley

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Virginia Smith

April 4, 2020

What a prayer warrior! Beverly was compassionate and caring and knew her Lord was as well. She beseeched Him on behalf of many others.

Beverly never stopped being a missionary. She approached strangers in order to introduce her Lord to them. She was always armed with cards with the message of God's redemptive love.

I will remember the silhouette of the 'chapeaued' woman standing in the foyer of her church, Fellowship of the Parks. Beverly was easy to spot even surrounded by others.

Rose Reese

April 4, 2020

Beverly will truly be missed in our neighborhood as the stylish and loving lady on our street. She was always smiling, caring, and encouraging at every encounter. I had the privilege of joining her several times at the Christian Women's Club luncheons and it was a joy to get to know her better. We shared Bible verses to encourage one another and many prayer requests knowing each would pray for the other. Beverly had a heart for the Lord that was deep and wide and she shared that heart of faith with all.
Our deepest sympathies to the family. May God give you all strength during this time.
Please know that Beverly will be remembered with great fondness.
Rose and Joe Reese

Carrie Barton

April 3, 2020

This beautiful woman is currently looking into the face of our Savior. Mrs. Beverly Kingsley was mine and so many others’ spiritual mentor. She’s the reason my favorite color is purple because as she would say, “Purple is the color of royalty and since we are daughters of The King, we get to wear purple, too!” She dedicated her life to serving the Lord. 27 years of her life she spent as a missionary in Malawi, Africa raising her family there as she served. She mentored young ladies in high school ministry and prayed without ceasing for souls she didn’t even know to accept the Lord; my Father-in-Law included. She was a prayer warrior, lover of Christ and is rejoicing in the arms of her Savior God in this moment, hearing those words we all hope to hear, “Well done, my good and faithful one.” I love you and will miss you, Ms. Beverly, and will think of you every time I see anything purple. I am so thankful I got to spend a precious moment with you last month before you passed into heaven, sitting at your feet, soaking up every word you had to say, holding your hands and praying with you. Bask in the presence of our Savior, Beverly.

My Mentor, My Friend

Out of Malawi, Africa comes a gorgeous woman, both on the inside and out.

Never leaving the house without a hat to match,
She's quick to turn heads and hear,
“Wow! What a catch!”
“It's the hat”, she'd say, but don't ask her spouse, cause if he replies with the same, she'd say “Pay no mind.”

Bringing laughter with her jokes, she's a rising comedienne,
And by her husband's side she'll sing.
Witnessing to all who'll hear; a soul-winner for Christ,
loving the Lord with all her being.

Often clothed in purple, the color of royalty,
she truly is a princess, the daughter of a King.

Faithful wife, loving mother, loyal friend.
Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, daughter and then;
A teacher, a pray-er, and a child of God.

Much more than a mentor, she's taught me so much.
How to love, how to share, my soul she's certainly

Rhonda Windsor

April 1, 2020

Fellowship of the Parks will not be quite the same without Ms. Beverly.....She radiated joy and the love of Christ in every way. I looked forward to seeing her at church and loved when she was at our Small Group. I know she blessed so very many people in her lifetime and I am grateful to have been one. I will miss her dearly and always remember her fondly.

Diane Joiner

March 31, 2020

Keller FOTP has lost its matriarch. A great lady, she will be greatly missed.

Belynda Guess

March 26, 2020

What a precious soul Mrs. Kingsley is! Such sweetness surrounds me when I think of her......Africa, hats, purple and Jesus! She loved all of these and was passionate about life and her Saviour!
Karen, your mother was dear and what a godly legacy she left you and your loved ones!

Wrapping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Losing Momma (I lost my mother in November 2019) was the hardest thing I have been through!

Love you guys,