OBITUARY

Beverly Ann Edmundson

December 20, 1938July 30, 2018

Beverly Ann Edmundson, age 79 of San Angelo, died Monday at her home. She was born December 20, 1938 in Cheshire, Massachusetts the daughter of Wesley and Dorothy Briggs. She was married to Charles Edmundson on August 31, 1963. She completed nurses training and received her Registered Nurse license. She worked as an ICU nurse for many years and was chosen as Nurse of the Year. She was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral Catholic Church. She loved to travel and visit family. She is survived by a daughter, Sheryl Saunders of Bellevue, Nebraska, a son, Charles R. Edmundson of Newport News, Virginia, Grandchildren, Kristeena Saunders of Bellevue, Ne., Caitlynn Stewart of Virginia Beach, Va., great grandchildren, Brooklynn Saunders, Callie and T. J. Steward, her sister, Sharon Martin of North Adams Massachusetts, two brothers, Wes Briggs of Savoy, Ma. and Ronnie Briggs of North Adams, Ma. She was preceded by her husband, Charles Edmundson, her parents, Wesley and Dorothy Briggs, two brothers, Carl Briggs and Bruce Briggs, and a sister Cheryl Kinney. Graveside services will be held at 9 am Saturday in Johnson's Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens.

  • FAMILY

  • Wesley Briggs, Father
  • Dorothy Briggs, Mother
  • Charles R. Edmundson, Husband
  • Carl Briggs, Brother
  • Bruce Briggs, Brother
  • Cheryl Kinney, Sister
  • Sheryl Saunders, Daughter
  • Charles R. Edmundson, Son
  • Kristeena Saunders, Grandchild
  • Caitlynn Stewart, Grandchild
  • Brooklynn Saunders, Great Grandchild
  • Callie Steward, Great Grandchild
  • T.J. Steward, Great Grandchild
  • Sharon Martin, Sister
  • Wes Briggs, Brother
  • Ronnie Briggs, Brother

Services

  • Graveside Service Saturday, August 4, 2018
REMEMBERING

Beverly Ann Edmundson

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Linda Stephens

August 3, 2018

Beverly is one of my all time favorite people, and one of the best nurses I ever worked with. She was fearless when it came to her patients! I frequently reminded her that if I were ever in the hospital, I wanted her to take care of me 24/7!

FROM THE FAMILY