First Memorial Funeral Services - Riverview Chapel

11090 86 Ave, Fort Saskatchewan, AB


Beverley Joan Carnahan

January 11, 1938December 23, 2019

Beverley Joan Carnahan (nee Amos) died unexpectedly on Dec. 23, 2019 in Fort Saskatchewan AB.

Bev was born Jan. 11, 1938 in Bellevue AB to Ted and Sally Amos. She trained as a teacher and had a long, rewarding career. She married Art Carnahan, another educator, in 1958, and they raised a family of 4 children.

Bev celebrated her family and hosted many large gatherings, always full of home-cooked meals and music. Bev sang in numerous choirs. She supported family and community members in their endeavours. She spent her last week doing what she loved most at her favourite time of year: singing with her choir, attending band and bell concerts, going to community theatre, and shopping for Christmas gifts.

Bev is survived by her children Jan, Wendy, Richard and Randy, and their spouses, and her sister Elaine and brothers Allen and Dennis. Her 7 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren remember her with much love.

All are welcome to a celebration of life at 1:00 P.M Saturday December 28, 2019 at First United Church, 10409 100 Ave, Fort Saskatchewan.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Fort Saskatchewan First United Church


  • First United Church


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, December 28, 2019


Beverley Joan Carnahan

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Cathy Williamson

December 27, 2019

I am so sad to hear of the passing of your mother Wendy. It was always so lovely to see your mother sitting proudly watching you & Michelle play at concerts. We will miss her. She was a special lady. Our condolences and heartfelt sympathies to you and the family. Cathy Williamson

Joan Prochnau

December 26, 2019

Heaven definitely gained an angel. Whenever I saw your mom in church or in the community, her smile warmed my heart. She will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Mrs. Carnahan.

Moira Buck

December 26, 2019

To the Carnahan family: My thoughts and prayers are with all of you in the loss of your Mom. I always enjoyed seeing her at church when she was able to attend in her later years. I also have great memories of singing with her in choir at the church.