Beverly Gicinto

December 8, 1941July 28, 2020

Beverly J. Gicinto, passed away peacefully on July 28, 2020 surrounded by family. Beverly was born on December 8, 1941 in Osgood, MO.

Beloved daughter of the late Victor and Tressie Hatcher, loving mother of Shelly Land, Michael and Laura Boos, Jaimie Macoubrie, Patrick Boos, and Shannon Montgomery, dear sister to Mac Hatcher and the late Melvin Hatcher. She was the proud grandmother to 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by Glenn Boos and Marion Gicinto.

Beverly volunteered in several organizations such as Meals on Wheels, Operation School Bell and the Resale Shop.

She was very involved with her church, St. Charles Borromeo Parish, and loved working with the St. Joseph table every year. She attended several mission trips, including Guatemala. There was nothing more important than her faith.

Beverly was a wonderful mother, who adored her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She always demonstrated strength, love, patience and kindness. Her smile was infectious and she made everyone feel like they were the most important person in the room. Beverly blessed so many people through her career, faith and love of life.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to St. Charles Borromeo Parish or the Assistance League of Kansas City.

Please visit the Facebook page of St. Charles Borromeo Parish at the link below on Saturday, August 1 from 1:00-2:00 pm to watch the Live Mass of Christian Burial.


  • Victor Hatcher, Father (deceased)
  • Tressie (Lee) Hatcher, Mother (deceased)
  • Shelly Land, Daughter
  • Michael and Laura Boos, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Jaimie Macoubrie, Daughter
  • Patrick Boos, Son
  • Shannon Montgomery, Daughter
  • Mac Hatcher, Brother
  • Melvin Hatcher, Brother (deceased)
  • Beverly also leaves 9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, August 1, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Saturday, August 1, 2020


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Tamy Lanz Gallagher

August 5, 2020

I have such fond memories of spending time with Jaimie and Shelly in junior high and high school. Beverly always made me feel so loved each time I spent time with the family and years later when I saw her volunteering for Operation School I felt the same love as I did so many years ago.
Beverly was an amazing human being, she made the world beautiful.
My condolences to you all.
Tamy Lanz Gallagher

Brenda Hostikka

August 1, 2020

Beverly opened her home, arms, and her heart to me and my family from the very first day I meet her over 30 years ago. She was such a kind and loving soul that always had a smile on her face and love in her heart . Family or not she made you feel like you were. She is now with our Lord and savior and is at peace. Till we meet in heaven again one day we will miss you terribly.❤️

Sharon Burr

August 1, 2020

I met Beverly, from st joe table, she was so kind from the 1st time I met her. When I was sick she send me a card that helped me through my trials and I appreciated it so much. When I saw her at church she always made ne feel like I was part of the st joe group. I considered her my friend and I loved her for the person she was. Well done good and faithful servant!

Donna Saragusa

July 31, 2020

I want to express my sympathy to Beverly's family.
I haven't known Beverly for many years but I guess enough to know what a sweet person she truly was.
I worked for her at her home and got to know her seeing her at St. Charles before mass on Saturday night. Just saying hello and a hug from her made me feel like I could call her a friend.
She was certainly a special person.
The world was a better place with you in it, Beverly!!!

Marius Hubbell

July 31, 2020

Bev was a very special person and will be greatly missed. Her enthusiasm, generosity and energy were contagious. It was a joy for us to be with her and to work with her.

Patrice Priestley

July 31, 2020

Beverly imitated Christ and our Blessed Mother in all that she did. Our church family was blessed because she was amoung us. We meet in our Small Christian Community, and she did make us all feel special. We were blessed to have her share her faith with us. I can't think of her without remembering how she was a caretaker for so many, her father and several parishioner's alike. Her illness weakened her body but seemed to strengthen her resolve to serve others! Thank you God for Beverly!
Patty Priestley

Dina Taibi

July 30, 2020

I'll always remember that you gave a very green young girl a very important job... one with a lot of responsibility and tasks. I learned a lot working for you and will always remember what I learned. My condolences to your family and friends!

Maureen Haun

July 30, 2020

Beverly was a lovely person with an amazing positive attitude. We met at ACI and I was just one of many friends she had there. One of the stories I remember her sharing was how she would gift her grandchild with a trip of their choice when they graduated. I thought what a wonderfully generous thing to do but I know Beverly enjoyed the trips as much as the grandchild. Now that I am a grandmother, I plan to do the same.

My thoughts and prayers are with the family she held so dear.


Pat Trembly

July 30, 2020

I first met Bev when our kids were in high school and we worked on JA Dances. We got reacquainted when we made a mission trip to Guatemala in the early 2000's. It was a joy to share the trip with Bev and the Glenski's. Every night Bev would patrol our room with her spray can of Deet! The kids all loved her. She was so good with them. She is one of the most loving, giving people I have ever known. Through all her pain she always had a smile on her face and wanting to know what she could do next to help. She will truly be missed. For years she and I did the bread crumbs for the dressing for the Guatemala Dinner, dicing and toasting until we finally got smart and bought them ready made. As we prepare hopefully for another dinner this November, she leaves big shoes to fill. Take your rest, my friend.

Teresa Hendrickson

July 30, 2020

Beverly was such a caring , wonderful and loving friend. I will keep Beverly and her family in my thoughts and prayers.


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