Beverly Lamoreaux Hall 71, of Highland UT, transferred to paradise July 28th 2021, at her home.
Bev, otherwise known as Wife, Mom, Momma, Madre, Grandma, Sister, Aunt and Friend, was one of 8 children. She was born September 13, 1949, in Mesa AZ, to Raymond W. & Lucy Cardon Lamoreaux. She leaves behind a legacy of hope, faith, perseverance, and most of all love. Her husband Bennie (51 years of pure bliss), all 7(14) children -- Reed (Allyson), Tom (Kristy), Christie (Darren), Travis (Allison), Jeremy (Liz) Kim (Daniel) and John (Laura), as well as her 35 grandchildren and great grandson -- adore her!
Bev attended American Fork High School and later attended and graduated from Brigham Young University. Bev and Bennie met in Provo Utah and were later married in the Salt Lake City Temple in 1969 and raised their family in American Fork and Highland Utah.
Bev was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Throughout her life family was paramount and her highest priority. She raised her children with service, compassion, and love.
She served in many callings where she blessed the lives of others and made lifelong friends. Bev and Bennie were privileged to serve in the Nauvoo, Illinois mission which now holds a special place in their hearts.
Since returning home, Bev enjoyed serving in the Mount Timpanogos Temple and worked daily on family history.
Bev has a deep love for, and testimony of her Savior and exemplified Christ-like love with all whom she came in contact with. This love was engrained in her, it is who she is.
Her life was full of service. Everywhere she went she made the world a better place. Her pure faith and loving manner have inspired all who knew her to live a better life. Her giant spirit lived in a tiny body with hands outstretched and ready to help at the slightest request, or no request at all.
Although frequently in pain, she could most often be found blessing her kids and grandkids by listening with love, offering gentle advice, followed by kneeling in prayer and pleading for heavenly help. In all things she provided a Christ-like example by striving to follow Him and helping others to do the same. Although she will be missed sorely, we know she will continue to bless us all with her unflinching faith, amazing love, and continued prayers.
She is proceeded in death by: her father and mother Raymond W. & Lucy Cardon Lamoreaux, and siblings; Billy Lamoreaux, Jack Lamoreaux, Suzanne Lamoreaux, and Pam Thompson.
She is survived by: her husband Bennie, her children, her grandchildren, great grandchild, and her siblings; Carolyn Markel, Tom Lamoreaux, Jim Lamoreaux (Margo) Allison Hargrave (Neil).
We invite all to join with us in celebrating her wonderful and inspiring life.
A viewing will be held Tuesday the 3rd of August from 6 to 8 PM at Anderson and Sons Lone Peak Chapel, 6141 West 11000 North, Highland. A funeral service will be held the next day the 4th of August at 11AM with a viewing from 9:45 to 10:45AM at the Highland 10th ward chapel located at: 10962 North 6400 West, Highland, UT 84003.
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