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Miller Memorial Chapel

1120 West Goshen Ave, Visalia, CA

OBITUARY

Beverly Ann Metzger

April 18, 1941July 29, 2020

Beverly Ann Metzger was born in Monroe, Michigan on April 18, 1941 to Edna and Leon Van Wassehnova. Beverly worked in the customer service industry for many years before operating a small computer store with her late husband, Larry W Metzger. Beverly was a women with a great deal of talent and enjoyed decorating wedding cakes, cookie decorating, baking, sewing, knitting, china painting and numerous other crafts. Beverly’s most loved joy was cooking for her family and having family gatherings while her children were growing up. Beverly was a dedicated, wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Beverly dedicated her life to her family. Beverly was proceded in death by her husband of 39 years, Larry William Metzger and her daughter Kim Irene Metzger. Beverly is survived by 4 of her children, Teri Ann Scheidt (Spouse: Ken Scheidt), Kellie Anne Gibby (Spouse: Fred Gibby), Jerry Allen Metzger (Spouse: Susan Vossler-Metzger) and Larry Allen Metzger. She is also survived by her 11 grandchildren: Brandon Vossler (Spouse: Cara Vossler), Daniel Middleton (Spouse: Gina Middleton), Lisette Gibby, Michael Gibby, Brian Scheidt (Spouse: Sarah Scheidt), Daniel Gibby, Hope Gibby, Paige Jacobs (Spouse: Brandon Jacobs), Tobias Witz, Kristen Gomez (Spouse: Arthur Gomez) and Tiffany Metzger. She is also survived by her 8 great grandchildren: Seth Gallion, Ethin Davis, Branson Estrada, Carson Caudle, Preslee Middleton, Brooklyn Scheidt, Toby Gomez and Lily Gomez. Beverly will be dearly missed by all. Tributes and condolences may be made at www.millerchapel.com.

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Duane Jarvis

August 6, 2020

Aunt Bev-I was pretty young when you & Uncle Larry moved to California, but I do remember visiting you guys & playing with Kim, Teri, Kellie, Larry, & Jerry. I have so enjoyed the emails & jokes we would share on a daily basis over the internet. May you rest in peace & our thoughts & prayers are with your family at this time. You will be missed very much. Love, Duane, Wendy, Matthew, Charlie, & Rose Jarvis

Michael Gibby

August 4, 2020

Mimmie,
You had this amazing ability to make me feel so special. Even my smallest accomplishments in life, you made them your most proud moments and a cause to celebrate. I could never go visit and go home without a full stomach and some left overs. I will cherish our weekly evening talks, and reminiscing about the past and how you loved it when I was a kid sitting on your counter with milk and cookies. This is not a farewell forever, but a good-bye for now. I will always carry you with me. I love you

Kellie Gibby

August 4, 2020

Mom-
I always was your stubborn, bull headed fiesty daughter and when I seen how much of a fighter you were....I realized how much we were alike in that respect. I'll never forget the first cake we baked together or the last batch of cookies we decorated together just last year. I loved making your cherished recipes, and couldn't wait to have you try something I baked or cooked. I will forever cherish the crafting days we had together too. Im so happy you got to see that I found a hidden talent to draw and paint...just like You. I always loved that you loved Fred like he was your own son, it meant the world to me. I know you are in heaven with Aunt Dora cooking up a feast for Dad and the so many who passed before you. What a table that must be....not a quiet moment or an empty belly. I miss you terribly but I know that you are safe in the arms of Jesus now. I love you mom! Love, Kellie

Teri Scheidt

August 4, 2020

Mom,
I am ever thankful & grateful that you are my Mom. Thank you for teaching me to cook, bake & sew. I never quite got the hang of yeast dough and my pie crusts are just like Dad liked: tough & one handed. Thank you for letting me ditch school, faking a stomachache, then running upstairs to change to go shopping with you! You were the best at being my Bluebird leader. All my friends wanted a Mom like you. We have done a lot of laughing, crying, crafting and being friends as adults. I know that heaven is full of all the beauty & love that Our Lord has promised us. I love you for always, Mom! Your first redheaded child, Teri Ann

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