Beverly Montgomery Adkins

August 4, 1932December 20, 2020

Beverly Montgomery Adkins was born on August 4, 1932 and passed away on December 20, 2020 in Richmond, Virginia and is under the care of Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home.

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Mike Sims

January 12, 2021

May her life be a blessing to all who loved and knew her. She leaves the legacy of a strong, caring and beautiful family which is Gods best affirmation of a life well lived.

William Butler, Jr.

January 11, 2021

RIP to my classmate class of 1950 JMHS!

William Butler,Jr.

January 3, 2021

Brenda Brendle

January 11, 2021

I had the pleasure of meeting Beverly for the first time about 40 years ago and it was obvious then, and remained so over the years, that she was a very special and loving person. I loved being around her and her family. She always welcomed you with a beautiful smile on her face. I know Tom, Tommy and Wayne will truly miss her but a beautiful Angel went home.

Love, Brenda

Brenda Brendle
January 6, 2021

Dorothy Figg

January 5, 2021

I remember well our "play days" on the tennis courts. It was fun being with you all during those younger years.
Bev was truly a wonderful woman... but you know that!
Wishing you happy remembrances, sympathy and much love,
Dottie Figg

Chris & Sheila Caudill

January 3, 2021

Tommy, deepest sympathy and condolences go out to you and your family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and everyone of you. May God continue to wrap y’all in His loving arms and carry you through this. Love you.

Tommy Adkins

January 2, 2021

On behalf of my Dad, my sisters, brother and Hilton their dog—-I want to thank everyone who has called to express their condolences for my Mom’s passing and greatly appreciate those who will be at the Visitation and /or Graveside Service this Friday & Saturday

My Mom was one of my heroes and the kindest, most caring, loving and giving person I know. I am heartbroken to know I won’t be able to have her guide me as only she could—-given my “no quit”, driven personality like hers. I take all of my comfort together with my Dad, wife, family, brother and sister that we did everything we could over the last 2 years to give her the best life possible.

Dad—No one will ever know how you so incredibly took care of your wife but it was something I will never forget. Wayne— you have been the best son and caregiver as you have lived with them all your life.

Finally, to my wife—without your patience, love and attention regarding both of my parents needs they would never had the life in the later years.

Love Tommy

Walter Tucker

December 31, 2020

Tom has been my friend since the 1940s and Bev since the early 1950s.
They were a neat couple. We saw them often at Second Baptist Church and have missed them a lot since they moved to Florida.