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Beverley Elaine Fleck née Mick

September 2, 1930 - January 19, 2017

Beverley Fleck: September 2, 1930 - January 19, 2017

Posted by:
Louise Blanchet-Smith

Posted on:
January 25, 2017

Dear Fleck Family, We were very sorry to hear of the passing of your beautiful Mother. She was a gracious lady and our families spent many wonderful times on the the beach at the Landing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. The Smith Family, Louise, Jacklyn & Andrew

Posted by:
Violet Horvath

Posted on:
January 25, 2017

Dear Chris, Joane and family. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. Take good care. Violet

Posted by:
Gillian Heinrichs

Posted on:
January 24, 2017

So sad to hear of Bev's passing. What a lovely lady she was. You must have so many happy memories that you've all shared with her. I know I have wonderful memories of good times with fun and laughter spent with her. Use those memories to help you get through this difficult time. I'm thinking of you all lots. Gillian.

Posted by:
Jane DuBroy

Posted on:
January 24, 2017

To Cheryl and all the family - I was so sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. She was a lovely person, inside and out. When you moved on to Cameo Drive way back when, I had never met such a young Mom, not to mention one so glamorous. I was fascinated (and probably a pain in the neck)! I know how close you and your Mom were and how hard this must be for you. I hope that before long all the wonderful memories will bring more comfort than sadness. Thinking of you Jane

Posted by:
D. Nettleton

Posted on:
January 23, 2017

Jim & family; Our deepest sympathy in Beverley's passing. Many memories over the many years. Doug. & Rosemary Nettleton & family

Posted by:
Jan Cross

Posted on:
January 23, 2017

Dear Cheryl, Thinking of you at this difficult time of loss of your Mom. My prayers will be with you as the healing journey begins. My condolences to the rest of your family as well. Love, Jan

Posted by:
Suzanne and Mike Sims

Posted on:
January 23, 2017

Dear Jim and family, Our sincere condolences to you for the loss of Bev. We were very sad to hear of her passing and we are sure that Jim will be sustained by his years of happy times with her. Living on the other side of the street from them, on Cameo, we certainly witnessed their love. Suzanne and Mike Sims

Posted by:
Terri Renaud

Posted on:
January 22, 2017

I so sad to learn of the passing of Beverley....I'm sure she will be missed by many. I'm offering my sincere condolences to all of you in this difficult time of grief.

Posted by:
Marianne and Gilles Manor

Posted on:
January 22, 2017

Our thoughts are with you, Cheryl, Jim,Tara and Michael Gilles and I want to offer our sincere condolences to all of the family at this time.

Posted by:
Jeannine Levesque

Posted on:
January 22, 2017

My sincere condolences to the family of Beverley Fleck. My memories of Bev are of an elegant, acious and loving lady. My thoughts are with her family as they go through this difficult bereavement. Sincerely Jeannine Levesque

Posted by:
Bruce & Michele Rae

Posted on:
January 22, 2017

To Mr. Fleck, Cheryl, Geoff, Chris and Ken, It is very sad to hear of your wife and mother's passing. Our deep condolences and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. I have very fond memories of your mother as we were growing up. She was always a very kind and elegant woman who was easy to talk with. I will always remember how she always addressed me by my nickname right from the beginning. Please say goodbye for me, remember...tell her it's from Bubba! Take care, Bruce, Michele and family

Posted by:
Chris Klassen

Posted on:
January 22, 2017

My sincerest condolences to all of the Fleck family for your loss. I recall many fond memories growing-up next door on Cameo Drive, and will always remember Mrs. Fleck as being a kind, classy lady.

Posted by:
Gordon Steene

Posted on:
January 21, 2017

Monique and I wanted to offer our sincere condolences to you all on the passing of your wife, mom, grandmother, step-grandmother and friend. Mrs. Fleck, as I still think of her, was an elegant, classy, and fun lady who was always considerate and nice to me as a chum of the boys growing up. Yesterday, I had the most wonderful memory of her at the wheel of her blue Beaumont convertible with the twins and I on board, all of us singing along with Jimmy B.," ....wasting away in Magaritaville, seaching for my...." on the way to Kilmars. I was listening to the same song as I drove by. Enjoy your memories. She will be missed.

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