Beverly Boykin, In Memoriam

Timber Valley Park lost a lovely and beloved lady March 11, 2023 when Beverly Boykin, lot#87 passed away. Beverly was born October 24, 1942 in Glendale, Ca. She attended school in Woodland Hills and Carmichael, Ca. and was in her second year of nursing school at Sacramento when she married George Boykin on Aug. 10, 1963.

In 1964 Beverly joined The Belles, an auxiliary of the Fire Department where George was Chief. She drove the Fire Truck and was involved with the Fire Department doings.

Beverly and George had honeymooned in a pick-up camper and thus began their many happy years of travelling and RVing. In 1983 they joined Escapees and until recently went on many of the Escapees HOPS. They joined Timber Valley in Feb. 10, 2015. Both of them played pokeno and bingo and Beverly recently retired as a board member when her health deteriorated. She was fighting cancer for just over one year and passed away with her family around her.

Beverly is survived by a large and loving family. Her two daughters, Jeannette Rodriquez and her children Jessica and Samantha; daughter Evelyn Anders, her children Christina, Amy and Robert and 5 great grandchildren. Most of them and their spouses have been with Beverly and George in her final hours. At their request there will be no memorial service but cards or phone messages are welcome .

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6 Responses to Beverly Boykin, In Memoriam

  1. Howard and Billie Treese says:

    We were so sorry to learn of Beverly’s passing. She was a wonderful person and will be missed by many. Our thoughts go out to George and Family. eing in the
    We miss being in the Park for our summer’s and are now full timing at our home in Yuma, AZ.
    H & B

  2. Donna Dee says:

    Oh no! Beverly was one of the first people to welcome me to Timber Valley. Such a kind a gracious person. She’ll be missed by all that knew her. May each person hold wonderful memories in their heart.

  3. Fred Prout says:

    Sending my sincere condolences to George and family. Bev was a wonderful person and will be missed by all l

  4. Shirley Smedley says:

    Our condolences George to you and your family. We are praying for you.

  5. Bill and Beth Molesworth says:

    Dearest George, We are heart broken to hear of Beverly’s passing. We’re so thankful we stopped to see you both in December. You and Bev brought us so much love and lots of laughter over the past 11yrs since we met you both in Winters. That Dear George has been a huge blessing, we are so thankful to God for. We’re forever grateful for your friendship. We are praying for you and your family for God to wrap his loving arms of Grace and comfort around all of you. Beverly is safe in the arms of Jesus! We will see her again! We love you George so much! ❤️ Bill and Beth

  6. Anita C. says:

    George, So sorry to hear about Bev. What a wonderful lady. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. God bless

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