Funeral Mass for Beverly A. Garcia, 63, Lawrence, Kan., will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Ordway, Colo. Burial will follow in Valley View Cemetery, Ordway. Mrs. Garcia died Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, at her home in Lawrence, Kan.
She was born Apr. 10, 1949, in rural Ordway, the daughter of Miguel and Victoria Gonzales. She was a Nurse’s Aide and CMA at various Lawrence nursing homes, including Sterling Heights, The Windsor, and Presbyterian Manor, and also worked at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
She married Ramon A. Garcia on Oct. 2, 1965, in Tribune, Kan. He survives of the home. Other survivors include four children, Ramon F. Garcia, Lawrence, Terry M. Garcia and wife Erica, Cedar Park, Tex., Kerry McDaniel and husband Rob, Redmond, Wash., and Tracy Claycamp and husband Doug, Lawrence; six siblings, Rudy Gonzales and wife Debbie, Abilene, Tex., Richard Gonzales and wife Linda, Denver, Sam Gonzales, Denver, Arthur Gonzales, Leoti, Kan., Betty Ramirez and husband Junior, Roma, Tex., and Gloria Vega and husband Jose, Liberal, Kan.; and two grandchildren, Ryan Claycamp and William Garcia.
Messages & Condolences
To family ,
Please accept my sincere condolences I hope that those scriptures will help you cope with your loss . “He is healing the broken-hearted ones, And is binding up their painfulspots.”(Psalm 147:3)May Jehovah the God of all comfort be with you more than ever in those very difficult times .Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart.”—Psalm 34:18.
Bev was such a thoughtful caring soul. She took amazing care of her patients. I know she is watching over all of you.May you find peace in this difficult time.
My condolences to you Raymond and the rest of the family. Rest in peace, Bev. You will be greatly missed. Thank you for the years of friendship you have given me. Working with you at the hospital was a great honor and pleasure. Memories that I will treasure forever.
Our deepest sympathy! We each think of our own mothers when one of our co-workers experience the death of theirs. Words of condolence do not adequately convey our thoughts of caring. May you and your family just know!
Worked with Bev for several years. Have many fond memories of when we worked together. She was also there as a friend many times. She will be truely missed. Sorry for your loss.
We the Jose and Soledad Marin family are very sorry for your loss. I (Maria)also had the pleasure of working with Beverly at LMH. She was a great worker and always took pride in whatever task she was doing. We would talk about those long ago days in Leoti and how the years have passed so rapidly. Beverly talked so proudly of all her kids. Our prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Remembering you all with fond memories.
Heaven has gained and we here have lost an especially kind and loving person. I had the pleasure of working with Beverly several years ago at LMH. May God Bless and Comfort your family at this time.
Beverly YOU were always the BEST in all you did in Life. We had so many Fun times at everything we did together at work. You were the BEST friend anyone could have. I Love YOU know and I will always Love you MY FRIEND…. The Angels were waiting for you at the gate. You are now at the right hand of God. My Best Friend we will all see you someday. I know You will be waiting there for us to come in… LOVE YOU MY FRIEND ….Melody McKenzie
When I began working at LMH as a brand new nurse, I was often paired with Miss Bev. I loved working with her. She was always helpful and respectful, and helped me feel confident as I was learning how to be a nurse. Her patients loved her as well, as she never came to work without a positive attitude. My condolences to Beverly’s family. She was a special woman.
Condolences for the family. I have many fond memories of working with Bev at LMH years ago. Her kindness will certainly be missed.
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