Beverly Alberta Weber

July 21, 1934March 23, 2018
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Beverly Alberta Weber January 21, 1934 – March 23, 2018

Beverly Weber passed away on March 23, 2018 in Chandler, Arizona, at the age of 83. She was born in Benton Harbor, Michigan on July 21, 1934, to Vester and Margaret (Carney) Bridwell. Parents and all 4 siblings, June, Joann, Linda and Sharon, preceded Bev in death.

Bev was preceded in death by husband, Raymond W Weber, May 20, 2016 and his daughter, Paige L Keagy. Bev is survived by 2 daughters by marriage, Shirley (Rick) Jussel and Lyndia (Rick) Michael; 7 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Bev and Ray spent two to three months in Colorado each summer with family.

Bev was preceded in death by husband, George Derringer, November 22, 2001.

Bev was preceded in death by husband, John W Shands, September 9, 1990. She is survived by three children by marriage, Linda C Jacobs, Jerry E (Marilyn) Shands and Teddy G Shands; 5 grandchildren, John (Allison), Bobby, Dawn (Travis), Bridget and Nicole; 5 great grandchildren, Alex, Ashton, Nathan, Olivia and Benjamin.

Bev was preceded in death by husband, Vonnie L Bearden, July 29, 1957.

Bev lived in Benton Harbor, Michigan until she retired from Heath Company where she was Materials Manager in charge of shipping and receiving. Bev lived in Indiana for a short period before moving to Apache Junction, Arizona, then Mesa and Chandler Arizona.

Bev had many hobbies which she was very passionate about. Most recently she enjoyed embroidery with an embroidery machine. She also quilted, painted, macramé and ceramics, to name a few. She did beautiful work and gave most of her beautiful accomplishments away.

Bev was a very good cook and she also loved to fish. She was usually the first one with her pole in the water and the last one to quit.

Whatever Bev did in life, she went all the way. Her family and friends were what she was most passionate about, especially her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Bev had tragedies in her life, among which was being widowed 4 times, but she lived life to the fullest, loving and giving. She will always be remembered for her fun loving ways and her unconditional love for her family and friends.


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Chandler Hastings

April 12, 2018

In these moments of loss, words are useless. God rest her soul in peace .

Chamonix Rink

April 5, 2018

Here is the other photo, Grandma Bev painted with me.

Chamonix Rink

April 5, 2018

The pictures below are of 2 paintings that Grandma Bev made with us. She taught us how to paint our first canvas. My son Jaden, her great-grandson, was 8 years old at that time.
It was so special that she not only took the time to teach us to paint these beautiful landscapes but she signed them as well.
She didn't want to sign them at first, because she said she didn't want to ruin our paintings. I told her,' Don't be silly Grandma, the best part about the painting is that you painted it with us'. So she signed them "Grandma Bev". Love that, so much.

Tim Decker

April 2, 2018

The picture associated with this post is of an oil painting Bev Weber made for my mother, Eva Decker, in 1986. The pieces portrayed in the picture are of items that once belonged to my paternal grand mother. My mother cherished it because of the memories it portrayed and of the special nature of the one who made it for her.
As life happened, my mother was once married to Bev's second husband, John Shands, a situation often given to strained relations. But Bev determined that John's children whom she loved as her very own would never have a moment's worry over having "2 moms." I grew up being told this dear lady was simply, "Aunt Bev," and she was never ever anything but kind and generous and loving toward me for no other reason than that in her heart we were simply part of the same family. This painting is a testament not only to Bev's artistic gifts, but also to the amazing beauty of her soul. Any one of us should hope to become a fraction of the loving and gracious and gifted person as Bev Weber. Anyone fortunate enough to know her also knows this is true.


Granddaughter, Dawn and husband Travis, great-grandson Alex and great-granddaughter, Ashton


Bev with granddaughter, Bridget
In Hawaii 2016


Bev with grandson, Bobby, granddaughter, Bridget and
great-grandson, Nathan
In Hawaii 2016


Bev with great-grandson, Nathan
2016 Hawaii


Linda, Bev and Marilyn
@Shands/Decker reunion
Colorado 2016