Condolence & Memory Journal

Bev was a mover and a shaker. When she had an idea, it always became reality. I am blessed to have known such a vibrant woman. Some people pass through our lives without making a difference but Bev has left mark in my life to continue to be passionate and caring in whatever I do. With a sorrowful heart, Amy

Posted by Amy Obrien - Work   July 18, 2021

Our deepest sympathy, Carol. Bev was a lovely lady who will be greatly missed. You and Bev have been the best neighbors ever. We are always here for you and, of course, Abbey. Love you.

Posted by Patty & Duane Skoglund - Manchester, NH - Friend   July 16, 2021

One of the best parts of living in NH for 7 years was having a close, fun, and memorable relationship with Bev and Carol. We had great times at the movies, restaurants, picnics, and musicals. I'll not forget the first time I saw Bev perform an Ethel Merman classic. She's got some pipes!

I'll miss Bev terribly but am glad that Carol continues walking with me down memory lane. Carol, no one could have been a better life partner and wife than you. Love you - Melissa

Posted by MELISSA BASSETT - Sarasota, FL - Friend   July 13, 2021

Bev, Carol, Lorimer, and Melissa at the NH Fisher Cats game

Posted by MELISSA BASSETT - Sarasota, FL - Family   July 13, 2021

Carol and Family,
My deepest sympathies on the loss of Bev. As part of giving of herself, she looked out for my mother and often gave her rides to the Voluntaires practice and concerts. May love and time ease your sorrow.

Posted by Michelle Methot Demerjian - Merrimack, NH - Acquaintance   July 12, 2021

I only had a glimpse of Bev's talents during our time together at NH Audubon but it was clear that she had so much to offer in so many areas. I'll remember her best for her kindness and sense of humor. My condolences to Carol and all her friends and family.

Posted by Tom Kelly - NH - Acquaintance   July 11, 2021

Bev was such a wonderful person and an inspiration. I got to cross paths with her at the Massabesic Audubon Center. A truly dedicated volunteer.

Posted by Karen Acerno - Acquaintance   July 09, 2021

I knew Bev when she lived in northern Vermont. Bev threw the best parties at her home. In particular, the Tennessee barbecue she hosted once a year. Plus a rousing and competitive game of softball all right on her property. She was generous and kind.
I enjoyed her infectious laugh and smile.
Many wonderful friendships were forged at Bev´s including several life long companionships. For all these things and more, I am grateful for having crossed paths with this dyanamic woman.

Carol, Although we didn´t know you well, we are sad for your loss of
your partner. You are in our thoughts.

Cindy and Diane

Posted by Cindy Boyce - Friend   July 08, 2021

The world has lost a good one. Bev, you will be greatly missed by everyone, but mostly by the Breakfast Club.
Rest In Peace, Lady Vol.

Posted by Ron & Dee Plante - Nashua, NH - Friend   July 08, 2021

I will remember her laugh the most.
She was the sweetest neighbor you could ever ask for.
I would always beam with smiles whenever I saw Bev and Carol in the audience.

Carol,
If you should ever need anything, I'm here.
My love to you.

Posted by Eric Skoglund - Friend   July 06, 2021

Candle

Posted by Marcia Garber - Manchester, NH - friend   July 05, 2021

Carol, I'm so sorry to read of Bev's passing. You're in my thoughts and prayers. -christopher

Posted by Christopher Roy    July 05, 2021