Beatrice "Bebee" Hymer
June 25, 1947 – December 16, 2020
Beatrice “Bebee” Hymer, 73, passed away peacefully in her home on December 16, 2020 in Phoenix, AZ.
Bebee was born June 25, 1947 in Georgetown, Texas to Julio and Sara Munoz. She was the second oldest of nine children.
Bebee moved from Texas to Peoria, Arizona where she graduated from Peoria High School. Later in life Bebee attended Glendale Community College and graduated with her CNA.
In 1965 Bebee met the love of her life Harvey Noble Hymer. They were later married July 29, 1966 and shared a wonderful 53 years together. In those years, they raised four children, Adrian, Deryk, Thomas and Daria.
Bebee was very artistic and loved to paint using oils. She loved to make kachina dolls and mops dolls. Bebee’s greatest love was being a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother. She was devoted to her family.
Bebee is survived by her husband Harvey Noble Hymer, her four children Adrian Hymer, Deryk Hymer, Thomas (Michelle) Hymer, Daria (Jay) Preston, ten grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her eight siblings Toby Munoz, Elma (Joe) Gomez, Lupe (Juan) Galaviz, Julio Jr. (Esther) Munoz, Eddie Munoz, Delores Munoz, Lucy (Jesse) Jaquez, Sara (Frankie) Samaniego.
Her family and friends will miss her dearly, but will carry fond memories of her always.
Bebee was preceded in death by her parents Julio and Sara Munoz.
Viewing Services will be held at 3:00PM, December 21, 2020 at West Resthaven Funeral Home. Burial services will be held at 2:00PM, January 15, 2021 at Resthaven Park Cemetery.
Monday, December 21, 2020
Friday, January 15, 2021
Beatrice "Bebee" Hymer
January 15, 2021
Bebee was my big sister. As a little girl growing up she was always there to defend me from situation I got myself into. To this day, I cherish those memories. Years later, I saw her walking up to our house while I was working. She had just come back from Hawaii she said and had come over to see me and to spend time with ME. She missed us. We went out to lunch that day and every Friday for a few weeks after that. Bebee holds a special place in my heart and in the hearts of our children her nieces and nephews-Ursula, Nora, Erica, Erin, Efren, Adam, and Kimberly Galaviz and their families. She loved my husband Juan. She loved her family, and all her brothers and sisters-Toby, Elma, me, Julio, Eddie, Dolores, Lucy and Sara Munoz. Thank you for being my big sis, may you rest in peace. Love you sis.
Your sister, Lupe (Lupita), and all her family
Eva (LOPEZ) MEDINA
January 10, 2021
I am cousin to Beatrice. I had a couple of long phone calls with her. I could sense her love as we talked. I lost her phone # and didn't here about her passing until January 2021. I am very sorry to hear that she has passed, but I believe she is in Heaven. I never met her personally, but I felt much love for her. God bless her family during this time. Hold on to the thought that one day Jesus will take us all home and we will be able to be together.
January 7, 2021
Beebee was my first cousin. I was wanting to send her pecans from my brother, Louis Lopez Jr.s tree.
I just found out she had passed.
My sincerest condolences to her family.
Her mom and my mom, Elena were sisters.
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Dolores Marcias Rodriguez
December 19, 2020
I will always have a place in my heart for you and all the memories we shared. I love you sister and you will always be missed. Love you always your sister Dolores.
December 19, 2020
Tia. I love you very much. I wish things would of been different. My heart hurts so bad. You were a phenomenon, strong independent ,big-hearted , always fought for what was right. U reminded me of my Queen grandma. You helped everyone. But I know u are with grandma and grandpa.. you are having a blast. I will always remember you. You were one of a kind.. May you enjoy heaven. I will one day see you there. Your niece Jannel the singer I love you tia with all my Corazon.