Beverly Ann Minett

June 27, 2020
Beverly Ann Minett

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Beverly Ann Minett, age 68, passed away in Virginia Beach, VA on June 27, 2020 after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease and Lewy Body Dementia. She was born in Beaver Falls, PA on Mothers Day, May 11, 1952 to the late Clayton and Ruth Pflug. She is a graduate of Beaver County Community College with a degree in Accounting and worked as an accountant for several businesses.

Beverly is survived by Bruce, her husband of 47 years; their daughter Kelly Nuckols (Eric) of Centreville, VA, and son Steven Minett (Carla) of Chesapeake, VA; four grandchildren, Austin, Grant, Landon, and Alessandra. She is also survived by her sister Sandra Sprinker (Bob) of Beaver Falls, PA, and her brother Harvey Pflug (Jenny) of Grand Rapids, MI, as well as nephews and nieces throughout the country.

Her greatest joy was reading and spending time with family. She lived her life with unquestionable integrity and had the gift of kindness and humility that made her loved by everyone. As an active church member, she was faithful to her Lord and Savior.

Beverly was a creative artisan and seamstress who made wonderful greeting cards and scrapbooks as well beautiful hand-sewn quilts. She was a loving and beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend who was loved, is missed, and will always be treasured and remembered for her kindness and gentle spirit.

A memorial service to honor and celebrate her life and legacy will be conducted by Rev. Thomas Pendergrass at Bucktrout Funeral Home in Williamsburg, VA at 10 am on Tuesday, July 7. Inurnment will follow at Princess Anne Memorial Park in Virginia Beach.

The family requests that memorial gifts be sent to the Parkinson’s Foundation or the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

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  • June 30, 2020
    Paul Grothouse says:
    Kelly, so sorry for the loss of your mother. My prayers are with her and you.

  • June 30, 2020
    Bruce Minett lit a candle:
    Lit since June 30, 2020 at 6:15:26 PM

  • July 01, 2020
    Connie Pflug Tarantelli says:
    Beverly was just 2 years older than me and I idolized her as we grew up together. Your cousins in those days were best friends. Bev even gave me some of her hand-me-downs. I remember my favorite were the roller-skates she gave me when I was about 10. They were so white and so pretty. I know that the family has had to watch her decline over the past few years - my memories will always be of her as a teenager and young woman - young forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. You loved her till she went to heaven and she will be glad to see you when you arrive.

  • July 06, 2020
    Nancy Zahn says:
    From the words of a song, "Friends are friends forever if the Lord is Lord of them" is how I will always remember Beverly. Although Bruce and she moved from Pennsylvania when he was in the service our friendship remained strong. We shared the same faith, thought the same thoughts and held onto the same values. Whenever we would visit via the telephone it was though we were living next to one another as neighbors. Our friendship will go on, for one day we will again visit for eternity. My condolences go to Bruce, Sandy, Harvey, Kelly, Stephen, Bev's extended family and all her many friends. I keep all of you close to my heart for as Beverly's Mom said, "We are family".

  • July 06, 2020
    The Smith Family says:
    Kelly -- we were very sorry to hear of your loss. I know the decline must have been very hard for all of you guys and am happy that you were able to be such a strong and supportive daughter throughout a terrible ordeal. Hopefully over time it will be the happier memories that resonate with you guys the most. We made a donation in your mother's name to the Michael J. Fox Foundation, this was a great suggestion and we were very happy to do it. We wish you and your family the best moving forward.