(Age 84) Beverly A. Enos passed away on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 peacefully with her husband, Rod, beside her.
She was born to Clarence and Maude McKee of Merriam, Kansas where she spent her growing up years prior to going to Baker University in Baldwin, Kansas.
At Baker she belonged to the Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and met Rod.
They married in 1950.
That started an adventurous life as they resided in Kansas, Alaska, Idaho, and the state of Washington where they lived for 33 years with the last 22 years in Liberty Lake.
She was the homemaker for the family primarily, but did hold positions at WSU, and Whitworth Book Stores as well as a State Test Monitor in Alaska.
She enjoyed RVing as she and Rod traveled extensively throughout the states and Canada, as well as tailgating at the WSU games and snowbirding to Arizona for 15 winters.
She especially enjoyed having the grandkids and their parents visiting the lake cabin that she and Rod had for 32 years, as well as the grandkids going in the motorhome on trips.
She was especially interested in genealogy and it became an extensive hobby of hers, researching her and Rod’s families.
Her parents and her brother Gordon preceded her in death.
She is survived by husband Rod, a son Bob and (Barbara), a daughter Lynne and (Jim) Nevrivy, five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
The family would like to thank “The Liberty Lake Guardian Angel Homes,” especially the staff at the Bungalow Home and the Hospice of Spokane for the care and concern they provided for our beloved wife and mother.
Per her request, there will be no service now.
A celebration of life will be held in the future.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice of Spokane, 121 S. Arthur (P.O.
Box 2215) Spokane, WA 99210 or a charity of your choice.
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