Beverley Anne Coulter
Passed on November 16, 2021
July 13, 1964 – November 16, 2021 With sincere sadness we announce the passing of Beverley Anne Coulter, our loving and devoted wife, mother, baba, daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She left us peacefully on November 16, 2021 after a tough battle with Cancer, Bev is a true fighter.
Bev is survived by her husband Wayne, children Chelsey (Jared) Marley (Jay), Grandchildren Sloan, Wyatt and Randi Mother Julie McClintock, siblings Darren, Tracy (Vicki), and Curtis (Tami), and many nieces and nephews.
Bev is predeceased by her Father Randal, Grandparents, family friend Denise, and nephew Dallan.
Born in Manitou Manitoba to Randal and Julie McClintock on July 13, 1964 Bev came to world 5 weeks early keeping her young parents on their toes. Bev spent her childhood making great memories in Stonewall with her 3 siblings and her loving parents. Bev graduated from Stonewall Collegiate in June 1982 and moved on to meet Wayne the love of her life in The Pas Manitoba. Bev and Wayne were married on August 27, 1983 and have been the picture of a true love story ever since. In 1984 & 1986 Bev became a mother to her two girls and she devoted all of her love to her girls throughout their life by supporting them in all of their endeavors and always being the best cheerleader or a shoulder to cry on if needed. Bev was such a kind soul and had so much love to give that she treated her girls’ friends like her own and many of those kids now as adults still consider her their second mom.
Bev went back into the workforce when the kids started school owning and operating many restaurants and catering services. Bev then started her career with the Interlake Health Authority in the kitchen and spent over 20 years sharing that contagious smile with residents of Rosewood Lodge and Pine Falls Hospital. Bev led by example and instilled a work ethic in her children and co-workers like no other and she was thoroughly respected and loved by all her colleagues.
In March of 2011 Bev was given the gift of becoming a Baba, she was the most loving and caring role model and inspiration to her three beautiful grandchildren. Baba was always kind, loving and fair to all of her grandkids, if Baba was around no one else matter to those 3 kids. “Baba is the best person in the world and heaven is lucky to have her up there,” says Sloan.
Bev had a way of lighting up a room and some have described her as “Snow White” because it did not matter what you were doing she had the ability to make your day better just because she was there. Her family and friends will always cherish the lifelong memories of Bev and her infectious simile. She will be missed by so many and will never be forgotten.
A heartfelt thank you to all of Bev’s family members who assisted with her care throughout her battle. We would like to send a special thank you out to Doctor Graham and his palliative care team that helped Bev out in her final days.
A service to celebrate Bev’s life will be held at Stonewall Quarry Park Saturday November 20, 2021 at 2:00 pm. You must be double vaccinated to attend the service. In Bev’s memory donations can be made to Ronald McDonald House in Winnipeg.
Sorry for your loss Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Our sincere condolences to Julie, Darren, Tracy, Curtis and their families. Thinking of you all and wishing you many beautiful memories to comfort you at this difficult time. Prayers and hugs to you all. Bev was a beautiful individual .
Melanie/ Mike Selezinka
So sorry to hear of Bev's passing. Indeed another angel is in heaven and this one with a special smile.
Rest well my friend! You're loved by so many and will remain in our memories always! Heartfelt sympathy and love to all family and friends!
A very courageous lady that fought a long battle with cancer. Bev will be missed but we will have another angel in heaven. Love Auntie Carol
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