(Order of Christian Funerals, no. 4)
I am sure that Beverly will watch over her kiddos from her new heavenly home and if God allows it she will be there for us as well. I ask that you pray for the repose of her soul and for her family.
"Beverly K, 49, passed away peacefully at her home in The Woodlands, TX surrounded by her loving family on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, after her 9 month battle with cancer. Beverly will always be remembered for her generous spirit, her kind and loving heart, and her infectious smile. Beverly was known for her great love of the Lord and his Church, which was exemplified in her daily life. Beverly was born on December 29, 1965 in Shiner, TX. She attended high school in her hometown of Moulton, Texas where she excelled in academics and sports. Beverly graduated from Texas A&M University, class of 1988, with a degree in Ag Economics. After graduation, she worked as a special event planner in the Office of the President at Texas A&M until 1999. Beverly married Gordon K, the love of her life, in 1990, and they joyfully celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary in June of this year. Beverly and Gordon were blessed with five beautiful children: J(16), G(14), J (12), MK (10), and C (7). Beverly managed the family home school routine and activities while providing unique educational opportunities and spiritual development for her children.
Beverly was a parishioner at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church where she was active in many organizations, including St. Anne’s Society, St. Martha’s Society, and the Catholic Daughters of America. Beverly was a dynamic part of the Bread of Life Home School Group, a Founding Parent at Frassati Catholic High School, and a Lifelong Member of 4-H.
The Pro-Life Cause was very dear to Beverly’s heart. She twice attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C. and participated in the Catholic Organization of Life. She also was a big fan of 40 Days for Life."
Beverly homeschooled the younger ones while the oldest went to Catholic high school. Her biggest desire in life was for her children to have strong Catholic education. I have no idea how her husband will decided to make that happen, it might be the school attached to our parish or the hybrid homeschool program they were using with the help of a tutor/care giver on the off days. Either way I am sure he will make the the decision that is best and based on this incredible mom's desires. Click here to link to the fundraising page. Beverly's family set up a Go-Fund-Me page in hopes of raising money for the children's education.
ETERNAL rest grant unto her, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon her.
May she rest in peace. Amen.