Kraeer Funeral Home & Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens

200 West Copans Road, Pompano Beach, FL


Beverly Miotke

Passed away on November 15, 2019

Beverly L. Miotke, born April 16, died peacefully in her home on November 15, 2019.

A Deerfield Beach resident, formally of Pompano Beach, born and raised in Chicago IL. Beverly was a retired hairdresser and beauty salon owner for over 40 years.

Loving mother of Joni (Karl Minteer) Caposey, and the late Toni Caposey who remained forever in her heart; beloved daughter of the late Martha (late Charles) Skinner, and the late Homer (late Charlotte) Wood; dearest sister of Gloria (Fred) Etnire, Charles (Karen) Skinner, and Phyllis (Don) Gillette; dear aunt to Vaughn (Rhonda) Bielefeldt, Matthew (Laura) Etnire, Kaci (Daniel) Rocha, Jamie Skinner, Jeremy Skinner, Eric Sebahar, and Todd (Cassandra) Sebahar.

Beverly was a fun loving friend who LOVED to dance; she was always the life of the party! She was a great cook, a foodie, and loved to watch cooking shows, and she never missed “The Wheel” of Fortune! She was a dedicated animal lover, and very loyal to the ones she loved. Beverly’s vivacious and witty personality was as sparkling as her beautiful clothes, shoes, purses, jewelry, and bright blue eyes! She was one of a kind!!


  • Memorial Gathering Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Memorial Service Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Gathering Thursday, December 5, 2019


Beverly Miotke

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Holly Rentner

December 4, 2019

I'll always remember Beverly's voice, she always liked to laugh. She loved to go out dancing and have fun! She will be missed very much 💓. Saying prayers for Joni and Gloria & Chuck, she loved you all very much!

Denise Caposey

November 30, 2019

I grew up knowing Auntie Bev and remember the fun she and my mother, Noreen had when they were together. They were more than sister-in-laws, they were friends. I watched those two through little girl eyes with rapped attention and learned what it was to be a lady. The world needs more role models such as these. Condolences to you Cousin Joni.