From Jamesport, go north on Hwy 190 for 2 1/2 miles to route P. Turn left (west) on route P and go 3 1/4 miles to route YY. Turn right (north) on route YY and go one mile to Harbor Av. At Harbor, turn left (west) and go about one mile. The cemetery is on the right (north) side of the road.
Interment Extra Info
From Jamesport, go north on Hwy 190 for 2.5 miles to Route P. Turn left (west) on Route P and go 3.25 miles to Route YY. Turn right (north) on Route YY and go one mile to Harbor Avenue. At Harbor, turn left (west) and go about one mile. The cemetery is on the right (north) side of the road.
From Hwy 65 and 6 take Oklahoma Ave to 17th Street. Church will be on your Right
Reception Extra Info
Lunch will be served following the service.
Obituary for Beverly Jean Ford
Beverly Ann Ford, 55, entered eternal rest on Saturday, September 2, 2017 at Sunny View Nursing Center in Trenton, Missouri.
She was born February 3, 1962 the daughter of Gradey Esley Terry and Zelma Elizabeth (Harrison) Terry. She is preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Barbara Norine Raymo and brother, Kermit Dwayne Terry.
Beverly is survived by her husband Michael Ford; two daughters, Amy Dawn Terry of Corinth, Mississippi and Tiffany Michelle Ford of Springfield, Missouri. Nine grandchildren; three brothers, Lonnie & wife Rita Terry of Jamesport, Missouri, Larrie & wife Lita Terry of Gilman City, and Steve Terry of Willow Grove, Missouri; three sisters, Susan & husband Gary Eads of Spickard, Missouri, Kathy & husband Jerry Greer of Fredericktown, Missouri and Gale Pettit of Trenton, Missouri; and several nieces and nephews.
Beverly was a lover of the great outdoors. From camping to swimming, riding her pony and running the wheels off the Go-cart her brother once bought her. She spent her youth growing up in Grundy county and graduating from Trenton High School. Beverly moved around to Kansas, Oklahoma and Arizona before settling in Springfield, Missouri where she worked for several years making hard surface counter tops. She was a Girl Scout leader for a few years when her children were at home. In 2006 she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and later returned home to Jamesport. Beverly was a wife, mother and grandmother who enjoyed collecting owl and angel figurines and loved house plants. She enjoyed spending time with her family and always took pride in her work. While in the nursing home she loved to read her bible, attend morning devotionals and the Sunday afternoon services. She was a fighter, and someone who never gave up hope.
Beverly’s wishes were for cremation with inurnment at the Pilot Grove #2
Cemetery in Jamesport, Missouri. A memorial service is planned for 11:15 AM Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the First Christian Church 1700 Princeton Rd, Trenton, Mo.
Condolences can be left and flowers ordered online at www.asimplifedfuneralsolution.com
Arrangements are under the direction of Wendy at A Simplified Funeral Solution in Green Castle, Missouri.