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Beverly “Bev” <I>Allison</I> Weed

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Beverly “Bev” Allison Weed

Birth
Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, USA
Death
15 Mar 2017 (aged 78)
Loveland, Larimer County, Colorado, USA
Burial
Ault, Weld County, Colorado, USA Add to Map
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Beverly Allison Weed died March 15, 2017 in Loveland, CO. She was born March 8, 1939 to Ruth M. and Albert Allison.

Bev graduated from Ault High School in 1957, and then attended business college and Flight Attendant school. She worked for General Electric and Frontier Airlines, and later in a doctor’s office, as well as retail.

Bev was baptized in the Ault First Christian Church and was a member until it closed. In her later years, she attended Greeley First Christian Church.

On May 21, 1962, she married Charles H. Weed, who preceded her in death.

Bev had lived in Colorado, Texas, and Arizona. She loved to travel, and was a very good golfer. She made friends easily and kept in touch with people from all over the United States. She loved her family and was always ready to help when needed. She particularly enjoyed her nieces and nephews and never missed a graduation.

In her later years, she volunteered regularly at the VA hospital, among other places, and was recognized as Volunteer of the Year for the state of Arizona. She was also an active member of the Green Valley VFW Color Guard, and marched in national competitions.

Per Bev’s wishes, her remains were cremated and will be interred in the Ault Cemetery. A graveside service will be held at the Ault Cemetery on Friday, August 18 at 1pm.

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Personal thoughts about Beverly Weed:
* I remember meeting Bev when she was working in a fancy, little dress shop. I liked her immediately and knew that my husband Steve and I needed to lure her away to work as our receptionist/secretary at our Private Practice. We did and she did!! We loved Bev’s work ethic, personality and compassion. She was the perfect fit for a joint practice of a Speech/Language Pathologist and Psychologist. Bev (we lovingly nicknamed her “Bebsie”) worked for us for approximately 5 years before we relocated to California. She was unflappable! Bev never blinked twice whether a wild adult patient came in to “reorganize” her office space or if one of the little speech kiddos decided to play in the hall. We loved her dearly and will miss her forever. Bebsie was one of a kind….the best kind.
Shirley Miguel Burton*
Beverly Allison Weed died March 15, 2017 in Loveland, CO. She was born March 8, 1939 to Ruth M. and Albert Allison.

Bev graduated from Ault High School in 1957, and then attended business college and Flight Attendant school. She worked for General Electric and Frontier Airlines, and later in a doctor’s office, as well as retail.

Bev was baptized in the Ault First Christian Church and was a member until it closed. In her later years, she attended Greeley First Christian Church.

On May 21, 1962, she married Charles H. Weed, who preceded her in death.

Bev had lived in Colorado, Texas, and Arizona. She loved to travel, and was a very good golfer. She made friends easily and kept in touch with people from all over the United States. She loved her family and was always ready to help when needed. She particularly enjoyed her nieces and nephews and never missed a graduation.

In her later years, she volunteered regularly at the VA hospital, among other places, and was recognized as Volunteer of the Year for the state of Arizona. She was also an active member of the Green Valley VFW Color Guard, and marched in national competitions.

Per Bev’s wishes, her remains were cremated and will be interred in the Ault Cemetery. A graveside service will be held at the Ault Cemetery on Friday, August 18 at 1pm.

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Personal thoughts about Beverly Weed:
* I remember meeting Bev when she was working in a fancy, little dress shop. I liked her immediately and knew that my husband Steve and I needed to lure her away to work as our receptionist/secretary at our Private Practice. We did and she did!! We loved Bev’s work ethic, personality and compassion. She was the perfect fit for a joint practice of a Speech/Language Pathologist and Psychologist. Bev (we lovingly nicknamed her “Bebsie”) worked for us for approximately 5 years before we relocated to California. She was unflappable! Bev never blinked twice whether a wild adult patient came in to “reorganize” her office space or if one of the little speech kiddos decided to play in the hall. We loved her dearly and will miss her forever. Bebsie was one of a kind….the best kind.
Shirley Miguel Burton*


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