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Beverly Bebb Passes

60 year resident of Culver City

 

November 2, 2017

Beverly Bebb

Beverly Bebb, a resident of Roseville, CA, passed away after a long and valiant fight against ovarian cancer. She was a wife, mother, grandmother to seven great-grandmother to 3, sister, aunt, niece and a friend to many.

Beverly Menzhuber was born in St. Cloud, MN on December 29, 1937 to Leone and Erv Menzhuber. In 1947, they moved to Culver City where they set down roots. Beverly grew up with her brother Bob and a very large extended family of aunts, uncles, cousins and grandmas that all lived within several blocks of each other. Beverly met Edward Bebb when she was thirteen years old and they married on August 25, 1956.

They welcomed daughter Cindy Bebb-Blehm into the world and eight years later, Christine Bebb-Walker followed.

Beverly was a selfless woman who was always looking out for everyone and reaching out a hand to help. Beverly was a devoted daughter and compassionately cared for both her parents during their final years. She loved to be with her family and passed down many traditions to both her daughters and her grand-children.

In 2007 Bev and Ed moved up to Roseville to be closer to their children and grandchildren. They moved into The Club at Westpark, where Bev met many new friends and became actively involved in bocce ball, red hats, Mexican train and Bunco. Beverly enjoyed traveling and took many trips with her kids and their families to sports tournaments, Girl Scout trips, Europe, Ireland, New York, Nashville, Alaska and Belize.

She was our favorite Hello but our hardest Good-Bye. She will live in our hearts forever.

 

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