Mrs. Beverly Anne Schatzlein

mrs. beverly schatzlein
Beverly A. Schatzlein, age 82, wife of John Harold Schatzlein of Ashlar Village, Wallingford, passed away August 10, 2013 in the Masonic Healthcare Center after an extended illness. She was born in Oklahoma City, OK, on Nov. 24, 1930 and had resided in North Haven for many years before moving to Wallingford. Beverly was employed as a medical transcriptionist in medical offices and had also worked at Yale University. She was a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Hamden. Mother of Jan Marie Taschner of Madison and Eric Bjorn Schatzlein of Gardner, MA and grandmother of Stefani and Samantha Taschner. Funeral Service & Interment will be Private. Arrangements in care of BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Gideons International, P.O. Box 942, New Haven, CT 06510-0942 or to the Masonic Charity Foundation, P. O. Box 70, Wallingford, CT 06492.

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  1. Dear John, Eric, Jan and Family, You are all in out thoughts today. So many happy memories of happy times shared in the past. Bev touched many people in her life, we are all richer for it. Love, Bruno & Dottie Wegner

  2. Dear John, My heart goes out to you and yours. May God hold and keep all of you in his care and may you find peace. With sincere sympathy, Ruth Brooks

  3. Dear John, Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. –Peace–

  4. Dear WB John: Our heartfelt condolence she was a fine Lady we will all miss her. Leonard and Barbara Bucher

  5. John, Eric & Jan: My memories of you, John and Beverly are deep in my mind. I have good memories of seeing Eric with Bruce many times at the Wegner’s. You have been a loving husband and father and the Beverly knew that of you. The children were blessed to have both of you in their lives. I send deepest sympathy to all.

  6. John, so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed seeing Beverly at Hiram events like Ladies and the Table, the bowling night, and the Schooner. Best wishes to you and your family at this time.

  7. My sincerest condolences, John, Jan, Eric and your entire family. It was always my pleasure to talk to Beverly on every occasion I had the opportunity. She was very proud of you all and was happy to share little bits of your lives with me. She was a wonderful person and will always be a gentle soul. The hardship and suffering of this challenging disease are finally over, I wish you the strength and love of your family and friends to remember her as she once was, healthy, happy and full of energy. Best Wishes to you all.

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