Henderson, Beverly Joan

December 26, 1937 ~ July 30, 2017

HENDERSON, Beverly Joan- Age 79 of Brigden, passed away Sunday, July 30, 2017 at London Health Sciences – University Campus. Dearest daughter of the late John Allan and Dorothy Learne. Ecclesiastes 3.1: To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven. Certainly remembered by loved sons the Rev. Robert J.A. (Margie) Henderson of Windsor and Christopher J. Henderson of London. To the only God our Savior be glory through Jesus Christ our Lord. Jude 1.25. For this world is not conclusion, a sequel stands beyond. Invisible as music, yet positive as sound. Cremation has taken place.

Private family graveside service will take place at Strathroy Cemetery at a later date.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Brigden United Church.


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  1. I worked with Bev many years ago. Her incredible love for her sons was an inspiration in unconditional joy. Her devotion to her Mom extraordinary.
    She had the most gentle and kind demeanor that was only overshadowed when she burst into laughter and her eyes would crinkle in delight.
    It was a privilege and her sweet memory and the many laughs we shared will forever be with me. I wish the same for all of you.
    Rest in peace Beverly

  2. So saddened to hear that Beverly will no longer attend our Teachers College reunions. We will miss her . She was a beautiful soul, whom we will not forget ,ever!
    Mary Lee Knutson

  3. I’ve lost a good friend. Bev was the kind of friend where we could run across the back lawn and have our morning coffee in our p.j.s. We shared our stories, our cooking and baking, and our belief in the wonderful love of God. We had no problem being in each other’s company companionably with silence reigning supreme, while we enjoyed all of the beautiful creation that surrounded us. We also loved going to places like Annabelle’s in Kingsville. I miss my friend, but rejoice that she is no longer in the pain that plagued her during the last week of her life. God is good

  4. How deeply saddened we were to hear about the passing of dear Beverley. I went to SCITS with Bev and then to London Teacher’s College. In recent years she would join us at our annual teacher’s college reunion. We will miss her.

  5. So shocked to hear of Beverley’s passing. I went to high school and teachers college with her.She was a very thoughtful person and very kind to our great grandchildren . She looked so forward to our yearly reunions! She was a dear friend. Gail Mathers

  6. Our deepest sympathy to the family on the passing of Bev. May you all be comforted by the memories of happy times together.