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Reigle Funeral Home/Sunset Chapel

5501 West Pierson Road, Flushing, MI

OBITUARY

Beverly Jane Edick

September 4, 1934July 26, 2020

Beverly Jane Edick, Born September 4, 1934. The Daughter of Theran and Florence (Sickels) Davey. She married Theodore (Ted) Edick august 29, 1953 at St. Paul Episcopal church in Flint, where they were members until moving to Flushing in 1964. She is survived by her children, Scott (Terri) Edick of Dimondale, MI, Mark Edick of Lansing, MI and Julie Edick of Flint MI. She is also survived by Sister; Mary Anne Call of Swartz Creek, MI and Mesa, AZ. Three nieces, two nephews and several great nieces and nephews. Beverly is preceded in death by her beloved Husband of 66 years in 2019, her parents, and brother-in-law, Thomas Call. Beverly was a great University of Michigan Football fan and had season tickets for 37 years. She coached little league softball. She was a chair member of the March of Dimes and was also active in politics for many years. Beverly was active in many church functions also, including choir, vestry, Outreach committee, Search Committee, Canon and Constitution Committee of the Diocese of Eastern Michigan. She was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Flushing for 35 years, and St. James Episcopal Church in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan from 1999 to 2003, where she has been active in many functions also, including Episcopal Church Women, Search Committee and Sr. warden of the vestry. Beverly Transferred Membership to St. Andrews Episcopal Church in August of 2005 when they returned to Flushing. At St. Andrews she was privileged to serve as clerk of the vestry for many years and work in the soup kitchen on Fridays and Saturdays.

There is a private funeral service to take place.

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Joe Palumbo

July 29, 2020

Bev, you have been a wonderful next door neighbor for many years in Flushing. You were always informative and up to date on the latest stories. My wife Kathy and I loved talking to you. You, Ted and Cody are back together again! You will be missed.
Friends for ever,
Joe & Kathy Palumbo

Margaret Slot

July 29, 2020

Beverly and I were cousins but fortunately together always. We were sisters in every way.

Beverly , you are truly missed and never will I forget you. I will see you soon !!!!

Rodger Dellar

July 28, 2020

Bev, you will truly be missed. She was such a great lady, most men can't say they actually liked their Mother in law. But the short period of time I could call her that, she always treated me with respect. She was such a caring person it didn't matter if you where family, friend a soup kitchen participant or just someone on the street she was your friend and treated every one the same. Rest easy Bev your work here is done, it is time to relax.

Margaret Slot

July 28, 2020

Beverly and I grew up together. We were always together from day one. She was, my Sister in every way.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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