OBITUARY

Beverley Marie Buckham

March 18, 1935January 5, 2021

BUCKHAM, Beverley Marie (née Dawson)

Peacefully, on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021 in her 86th year at Fairhaven Home Peterborough. Beloved wife of the late Harold Buckham for 62 years. Loving mother of Susan Dunbar (William) of Peterborough and David Buckham (Nancy) of Burlington. Proud grandmother of Meghan (Nick), Sara (Justin) and Hayley (Peter). Cherished daughter of the late Herbert Dawson and the late Grace Dawson (née Greer). Dear sister-in-law of the late William Buckham and his late wife Eleanor of Peterborough, late John Buckham and his late wife Joyce of New Liskeard and the late Mary Patton (née Buckham) and husband the late Ken Patton. Will be sadly missed, by many nieces, nephews, neighbours, relatives and an abundance of good friends. “Beverley Marie”, as Harold called her often, was a colourful and vibrant being with a mischievous love for fun. With a quick wit, bold sense of humour and big heart. Beverley brought laughter and kindness to all that knew her. Her favourite hobbies were shopping and more shopping. She will be remembered for her inspiring resiliency towards life’s bumps in the road and finding happiness and humour regardless. Online condolences may be made at www.comstockkaye.com.

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Jim & Alice Green

January 18, 2021

Though many years have passed (far too quickly). We will always remember how welcoming Bev and Harold were whenever we visited the farm. They will always be remembered as two of the kindest people we have known.
Hopefully Bev's passing was a peaceful one.
Our deepest condolences to Dave, Nancy and the entire family.

Alice & Jim

Christine Cameron

January 15, 2021

Susan and David your Mum and Dad were two of our favourite people didn’t matter when we popped in we were made to feel so very welcome- Bev and Harold when I was first being introduced to them by Romeyn said they would come after church that way they could have a good visit I can remember like it was yesterday we never stopped laughing and I knew we would become great friends and we did. Bev and Harold were kind generous outrageously funny and great neighbours - we will never forget either of them such great friends Christine and Romeyn

Kevin Merrill

January 14, 2021

Dave , Nancy and family:

So sorry to hear of your mother's passing.
My deepest condolences to you.

Kevin Merrill

Jeff Black

January 11, 2021

It was always a pleasure to see Bev & Harold. Whether it be at the farm helping with hay, at a Bailieboro event, or house gathering that the "gang" always had on the go, or even going out for lunch with Harold when he was running "errands" in town.

A wonderful couple in every way.


Jeff Black

Bev Flowersmith (Patton)

January 10, 2021

Susan, David and Families.

We were so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I will never forget the day she told me that I was her namesake (we were picking pussy willows at the Wood Duck when I was about 10 years old) and that my name was spelled correctly.
Both your Mom and Dad were always such fun to be around and had a kind word and smile for everyone. She will be missed but I know that they are happy to be re-united with each other.

Bev and Jim

Susan Dunbar

January 10, 2021

Susan Dunbar

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Susan Dunbar

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Susan Dunbar

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Susan Dunbar

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FROM THE FAMILY