OBITUARY

Beverly Zehr

August 22, 1938March 27, 2021

Beverly Zehr, 82, passed away peacefully March 27, 2021, in Seminole, Florida. Born and raised in Marion, Indiana, she went on to live a good portion of her life in Owensboro, Kentucky, before moving to Florida. Bev has now rejoined her husband of over 40 years, Dick Zehr.

A loving mother and grandmother, she is survived by her children and their spouses: Aaron and Sue Fuller, George Fuller, April and Jim Salm, Sandy and Rande Wolters, Shari and Dave Colucci, Cynthia Phuphanich; grandsons Waylon and Jesse Rawlings, Marc and Matt Colucci. Preceded in death by her son, Tom Fuller.

Beverly, together with Dick, shared a passion for family, entertaining, traveling in their RV and sports - especially the Rays and Tampa Bay Bucs. Bev enjoyed hosting all occasions, big family dinners, birthdays, Kentucky Derby and, of course, those famous Super Bowl parties. You didn’t necessarily need to be a blood relative to be one of her kids, she welcomed all to Zehr’s Inn with open arms.

Beverly will be remembered as a wonderful cook, a volunteer, a caregiver and a kind spirit. She will be missed but never forgotten.

Arrangements were made under the direction of Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home 7950 131st Street N., Seminole, Florida 33776 / 727-391-0121

  • FAMILY

  • A loving mother and grandmother, she is survived by her children and their spouses: Aaron and Sue Fuller, George Fuller, April and Jim Salm, Sandy and Rande Wolters, Shari and Dave Colucci, Cynthia Phuphanich; grandsons Waylon and Jesse Rawlings, Marc and Matt Colucci. Preceded in death by her son, Tom Fuller.

Services

  • Viewing

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Monday, April 5, 2021

Memories

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Susan Heyen

April 5, 2021

We were introduced to Beverly and Dick through mutual friends. Being transplants to Florida we often celebrated holidays alone. The Zehr's opened their home to us and immediately made us feel like part of their extended family. We are fortunate to have gotten to know them and their family (thank you Phyllis and Dave) and quickly grew to love them both. We have maintained our friendship with Bev over the years since Dick's passing. We miss her dearly already. Bev was such a wonderful person we just gravitated towards her and will miss spending time with her.

Bill Baumner

April 3, 2021

The Zehr family have always been very special friends and neighbors over the last 40 years. Their door was always open to family, friends and neighbors with a warm welcome.

Beverly arranged many wonderful times together with dinners and parties. She was a terrific hostess, and a good friend. She loved baseball and was a good conversationalist.

Good friends are hard to come by. She is missed and will continue to be missed. Our neighborhood will not be the same.

Bill Baumner

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY