Beverly Sievert

beverly sievert
Beverly Ann Sievert, 65, of Meriden, passed away on June 17, 2017 at Masonicare, Wallingford. She was born in Southington on August 23, 1951 to Bertha Helen Seifert and the late Edward Sievert. Along with her mother Bertha, she is survived by her sisters Kathleen Coe (Gregory) of Wakefield, RI, Donna Damalas (Steven) of Concord, MA, and Barbara Barnett (Gary) of Meriden. She is also survived by her niece Tina Damalas, nephews Gregory Coe II, Nicholas Damalas and Michael Barnett, and grand nephew Gregory Coe III. For over 25 years Beverly worked as director of the personal shopping department of Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. She loved traveling around the world, but especially enjoyed the California Wine Country. She also loved gardening and watching the UCONN women’s basketball team. Friends are invited to visit with Beverly’s family on Friday June 23 from 5-8pm in the Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave. Meriden. On Saturday June 24 everyone is invited to meet directly at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 164 Hanover St. Meriden at 10:30am for a service celebrating Beverly’s life. Interment will follow in Walnut Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church, 164 Hanover St. Meriden, CT 06451, or to The Masonic Charity Foundation, P.O. Box 70 Wallingford, CT 06492.

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  1. Bert,Kathy,Donna,Bobbie, sorry for your loss of your dear Bev. Death is an Enemy for us all. May you all take comfort in the good memories you have, just as I cherish the good memories of working for your family.

  2. Dear Bert, What sad news. She was 5 years old when Lucy and I moved into our home on Johnson Ave across from you and Ed. We watched our families grow up together and the relationship was more like family than just neighbors!! You and all the girls are in our thoughts and prayers. PEACE AND LOVE, Ron and Lucy Meoni

  3. To Beverly’s family, I was so sorry to hear of Bev’s passing . She was one of the first friends I made when we moved to fiesta heights in 2nd grade . I remember going home with her to such a friendly house. She was a good friend to me. Sorry we lost touch. May she Rest In Peace

  4. I have found memories of Beverly from our school days.She was always kind to all and a warm person.Remember seeing her at a Platt reunion and was so impressed by how much she loved her work.So sad for your loss.

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