Beverly Kreuzer

July 30, 1968September 17, 2018

Beverly Kreuzer-Clark 50 passed away unexpectedly at home on Monday, September 17, 2018.

Beverly was born in New London, CT on July, 30 1968 to Walter and Colleen (Williams) Clark Sr. At the age of 9, while a pedestrian, she was struck by a vehicle and sustained a traumatic brain injury and physical injuries. Healthcare professionals continually said she wouldn’t be able to do things and Beverly made her life proving them wrong.

After graduating from Montville Highschool in 87 , Beverly entered the workforce in food service, retail and custodial positions. Her enjoyment in life was spending time outdoors and with her family. She was always up to throw a Picnic for the family at any times that was her joy.

She is survived by Ronald Holmes, the love of her life with whom she resided for the last 26 years, her mother, Colleen Clark, her daughters and sons-in-law Patricia Clark and Gary Rackliff Jr of Griswold Ct, Crystal Holmes and Joshua Haushalter of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Grandchildren Kayden, Cameron and Anthony. she is also survived by, an older brother Raymond Clark, A twin sister Barabra Clark’Perkins and her husband Albert Perkins. A younger brother Ernest Clark and his fiancé Sharon Griffin.

She was predeceased by; her grandparents Louise myrtle Golf and her grandfather Benjamin henry Clark her Father Walter Clark Sr. Her older brothers Walter Clark Jr., Thomas Clark, and her younger brother Robert Clark.

Beverly was a strong-willed tom-boy she fought for everything that she wanted. She was the type of person to give you the shirt off her back. She was always ready to help anyone that needed it.

Donations in Beverly’s memory may be made to Easterseals, 24 Stott Ave., Norwich, CT 06360.


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Jean Swanfeldt

September 26, 2018

So saddened to hear of Beverly,s passing. Beverly,s accident took place in front of my house and she and I had to immediately work to obtain life by my performing CPR. Thru the years she has worked hard to overcome many obstacles in life. When l would meet her on occasion in Beits a warm hug was always given and l the receiver so very grateful. You,Bev, deserve the best! My sympathies to Ron and your family.

Christine Allen ( CIANCI )

September 24, 2018

Wow .. Beverly I am so sorry you was missed .. heck I remember it was you and Lisa and I we all use to hang out in high school ., I can’t belive after all these years and now your in Heven with your brothers .. you were a smart girl too . I love you Beverly .,

Kelly Anderson

September 22, 2018

It was an honor and privilege to work with Bev. Her wonderfully feisty spirit, sense of humor, strength, resilience, and kindness will always be remembered and cherished.

My thoughts are with her family during this difficult time.

Pam Kruh

September 22, 2018

The world has lost a beautiful, strong, compassionate woman. Bev lived life on her terms and I've always respected her for that. It was a pleasure and honor working for and with her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and to all those who were lucky enough to know her.

Sharon giguere

September 21, 2018

I worked for Beverly for over 20 years. She was a wonderful person. I will miss her. I loved her like a sister. Her smile was so contagious. I loved spending time with her. She loved country music, soap operas, family and her friends. She always had a never give up attitude. Life was not always easy for Beverly. She overcame alot of obstacles. I'm so proud that I got to know her. Till we meet again my dearest friend!

Janice Zarrillo

September 21, 2018

I had the pleasure to take care of Beverly at her home and I am very saddened by her passing . My deepest sympathy to Ron and her family