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Beverley Anderson

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It is with saddened hearts we, the Anderson family, announce the peaceful passing of Beverley Berle Anderson on Thursday March 3, 2022, at The Clover House/The Meadows. Bev was a woman who enjoyed her life to the fullest and lived every moment of the day surrounded by friends and family, having fun, and keeping busy!
Beverley Berle Anderson was born at the Vanguard Hospital in 1941 to Embert and Allie Buddin and enjoyed growing up on the farm north of Vanguard. Once she completed Vanguard High School, Beverley went to Regina Teacher College and earned her teaching certificate. She taught at a little one room school west of Swift Current for two years, teaching 8 students with one student for each grade. 
She met and married Orville Anderson in 1962 and moved to Orville's family farm north of Success. Beverley immersed herself in farm life, and the Success community for the next 40 years taking care of her growing family and being involved in various local clubs and community events. Beverley taught Kindergarten for 12 years at Success School and drove Success School bus for 20 years. 
Beverley enjoyed get togethers with her family and relished in cooking her 32-pound turkeys and all the trimmings for Christmas, New Years, Easter, and Thanksgiving. There were times her home on the farm was filled with 30 + people but this was when she was at her happiest. 
Beverley enjoyed cooking and was well known for her dainties and pies. She was called upon regularly to supply dainties and squares for many of Success' social functions. Bev also sold her pies at the Swift Current Auction Mart for several years. 
In 1999 Beverley and Orville moved off the farm and into Swift Current where they enjoyed meeting friends for coffee. After Orville's passing, Beverley moved to a senior's condo and enjoyed the extra-curricular activities that Swift Current had to offer. She was kept busy with bingo, casino, bowling, going to Stars for Saskatchewan performances, attending activities of her grandchildren, meeting for coffee, visiting with friends, and traveling. She found time to work at the Saskatchewan Abilities Center as a sewer and sold Shaklee for over 30 years. 
Bev was a staunch supporter of local rodeos, and she could be seen in the grandstands at the Swift Current Frontier Days rodeos, Kyle and Herbert Rodeos, CCA Finals in Swift Current and the CPRA in  Edmonton, and even had the fun of attending the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. 
Her presence will be sadly missed by the Success and Swift Current communities. 
Bev was pre-deceased by her father and mother, Embert and Allie Buddin; her aunt, Avril Buddin; brother-in-law, Franklin Dykema; and husband Orville Anderson. Beverley is survived by her daughter Glenda (George) Giesbrecht; sons Mark (Thecla) Anderson; and Oran {Stacey} Anderson; grandchildren Joel (Magda) Anderson, Janina Anderson, Raelene (James) Booth, Blayne Anderson, Rylie Anderson and Chetten Anderson; and great grandchildren Alex Anderson, Matthew Anderson, Nathan Anderson, and Eloise Booth; her sisters Madelyn (Jim) Finlay, and Gail Dykema, and many nieces and nephews. 
Bev had wished to express a special heartfelt "thank you" to her daughter, Glenda, and son-in-law George. Glenda has been by her Mom's side since January 2020, when Mom's health took a turn for the worse, while George continued to work and live in their home in Brandon, Manitoba. Covid 19 was an added stress for Bev and her desire to see family and friends. Technology such as Facetime, Zoom, Google and WhatsApp, were a blessing that allowed Bev virtual visits.  With Glenda living with her, Bev was able to ride out the worst of the pandemic with someone to keep her company and be there as Bev's needs increased. The family took great comfort in knowing Bev was not alone and was able to have Glenda by her side for the many doctor appointments, hospital stays and in her final hours.  
Beverley's Memorial Service will be held at the Success Community Hall on Saturday, March 12 at 11:00. Internment to follow at the Memory Gardens Cemetery in Swift Current. 
Donations can be made on Bev's behalf to the Dr. Noble Irwin Foundation 2051 Saskatchewan Drive Swift Current, SK S9H 0X6
and the Saskatchewan Abilities Council - Swift Current Branch 1551 North Railway Street West Swift Current, SK S9H 5G3. 
Arrangements entrusted to Warren's Funeral Home. For further information please call 1-306-773-8831 or 1-800-267-6606, or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members on the tribute wall.

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Services

Funeral Service
Saturday
March 12, 2022

11:00 AM
Success Community Hall
Borden Street
Success, SK S0N 2R0

Donations

Dr. Noble Irwin Health Care Foundation
2051 Saskatchewan Drive, Swift Current SK S9H 0X6
Tel: 1-306-778-3314

Saskatchewan Abilities Council - Swift Current Branch
1551 North Railway Street West, Swift Current SK S9H 5G3

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