John Peter Beverly
November 18, 1925 – October 23, 2020
BEVERLY - John P. Of East Aurora, NY, age 94, died October 23, 2020, after a long and full life. He was married to the late Nancy Schum Beverly for 44 years, until she died after a long illness. After this, he shared adventures with Jocile Johnson and then Margaret Liddle. He is survived by his daughter, Joan Beverly; and sons Peter (Nancy Coblich), and David (Laura Short) Beverly; five grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren; brother of Jean McManus (Bill Whitford); uncle of Lizbeth (Elliott Hall), Laurel McManus (Michael Pierce), Cheryl (Mark Gulczynski), and Rick (Lorrie) Grey. Preceaded in death by nephews Kevin McManus and Roger (Debbie) Grey; and most of his coffee buddies and cousins, with whom he loved to share fish stories about the big one that got away. John was a WWII Army Air Corp veteran. There will be a private interment with family at Collins Center Cemetery. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date when Covid-19 restrictions let up, and those who are out of state can come easily. In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to thenatureconservancysupport.nature.org. Arrangements by WOOD FUNERAL HOME. Please share condolences online at www.woodfh.com
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John Peter Beverly
December 1, 2020
There's some confusion @ TheNatureConservancy website & our family has not been notified about donations. Thank-you to all who gave in John's memory.
Judy Wieserner (Westley)
November 2, 2020
Dear Joan, So sorry to have read of the passing of your father. My condolences to you, a former friend and colleague at EA Middle School.
Love and peace, Judy (Westley) Wieserner, retired Music Faculty
October 27, 2020
Dear Beverly family,
I was sorry to read about John. Nancy and John were Jan and my neighbors on Summerdale. Many times we were together and then recently, John and I would see each other in Tops and reminisce.
The obituary notice for John was nicely written. He was a wonderful gentleman and I always enjoyed our conversations.
My sincerest condolences,
451 Girdle Rd.