OBITUARY

Ms. Beverley Jeanette BENTLEY

November 18, 1944February 16, 2021

BENTLEY - Beverley "Bev" Jeanette, 76, passed away at Surrey Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, February 16, 2021. She was born in New Westminster, BC, November 18, 1944. She is survived by her brother Roy Bentley and her three sons Dale (Kristina) Anderson, Brent Anderson, Keith (Lianne) Anderson, her grandchildren and numerous family and friends. She will be sadly missed.

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Ms. Beverley Jeanette BENTLEY

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Lynn Olson

February 28, 2021

I was Bev’s sister-in-law, I met her in 1978. Bev was always wonderful to my children, Jen and Alex and my grandchildren, Delilah and Oscar. She was always keen to participate in fun activities and she enjoyed traveling and seeing new and interesting places. She told me recently that she was very happy she had done as much traveling as she did, when she had the opportunity to go.
Before the Covid-19 restrictions I visited Bev in her retirement home with Jen, Delilah and Oscar. She showed us her room and gave us a tour of the building. At that time, she was enjoying the day trips that the home offered and listening to talking book. After the tour we walked over to the park so the kid could play for awhile and then she took us all out for lunch.
I talked to her last on Christmas Eve, she told me her son Dale was going to bring her some lasagne that her daughter-in-law, Kristina, was making for dinner and that he would also bring her dinner on Christmas day. She was looking forward to eating some good homecooked meals and she was very appreciative. As we finished our conversation, she invited me to go to lunch when the Pandemic restrictions were lifted. I wish we would have had the chance to go.
Bev always seemed to enjoy life, she loved her family and friends, we will all miss her. I would like to send my very best wishes out to all those who knew and loved Bev.

Carolyn Dube

February 22, 2021

To Roy,Dale,Brent,Keith and families the Flack Family from Alberta would like to send you condolences on the loss of Bev. We will miss her immensely but will also remember all the adventures and good times we had when she would come to visit
Sincere Condolences from our family to yours

Jennifer Roach

February 20, 2021

When I was small Bev always said I reminded her of Miss Piggy. Maybe it was my blonde hair and rosy cheeks. She bought me Miss Piggy toys for Christmas and birthdays. I was telling my Daughter Delilah about it last week and she was inspired to draw this picture for her. Unfortunately we weren't able to deliver it to her, so now we keep it on our fridge to remind us of Auntie Bev

Jennifer Roach

February 20, 2021

I have lots of fond childhood memories of sleep overs at my aunt Bev's. She taught me to make playdough, played card games and dominos and always spoiled me. It was such a treat to spend time with her.
In the past 10 years we enjoyed many casual meals together with lively conversation, Bev was very easy to talk to and I will really miss our lunch dates.
She loved my kids and enjoyed being with them. When my kids talk about their great aunt Bev it's evident that they felt that love whenever they were together.

Goldie Hobson

February 20, 2021

Bev and I have known each other since high school. One of my memories is when we decided to take our children, "all five of them" to Disney Land. Took a bus there and flew home and a trip to Vegas with 3 other girls. I will surely miss her.

Dale Anderson

February 19, 2021

Dale Anderson

February 19, 2021

Kristina Anderson

February 19, 2021

Our Christmas trip to Mexico December 2017.

Dale Anderson

February 19, 2021

Dale Anderson

February 19, 2021

FROM THE FAMILY