Rochester, NY: March 25, 2022 at age 85. Beverly passed away peacefully surrounded by her family. She is predeceased by her husband Frederick Miller Sr. and son David Lindsay.
She is survived by sons, Steven Lindsay, Frederick Miller Jr., Jay Miller, 5 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren and many loving family and friends.
She retired from Wegmans & was an original employee at Cinemark Theatre from their opening in 1996 until 2020.
Beverly loved playing bingo, going on casino excursions, frequenting the local eateries, watching soap operas, and spending time with her family
There will be a viewing and Celebration of Life held Monday, April 4th from 4-7pm at Rochester Cremation, 1118 Long Pond Rd, Rochester (Greece), NY 14626.
Bev, I will miss our casino trips and the many lunches. You will be missed terribly but I’m happy you will reunite with family and friends who passed before you. I will miss David too. We used to spend our birthdays together. His was the day after mine but I’m four years older. I love and will miss you both.
To the family I’m so very sorry for your loss. I hope your memories of great time sustain you this this time.
I will miss Beverly at Bingo every week and all the happy stories she told me about time spent with her family from her surprise 80 Birthday party to when her and Fred would go out to eat and the movies Linsley and Sashsa going out to eat and shocked on how much they would tip ( she loved them so) Jay on how he woold go into all the stores and shop because it was hard for her to walk Steve how he would give Dave hair cuts and shave and visit him when she couldn’t gave her peace of mind Her granddaughter who always called and they went out to lunch She loved and appreciated all her family and I know she will watch over all of you Glad to have been her friend Judy
Beverly, Thank you so much for including all of us into your life. You will always be Grandma B to Briana and Angelica.. After all you bought Angelica her first pair of high heels at the thrift store when she was eleven. We didn’t think she could walk in them but she did . We will miss our occasional breakfasts together. So many good times and memories happen when meals are enjoyed together. Wishing you peace. Veronica and family