Beverly Holmes Kelly, 70, of Hazen was welcome to enjoy eternity with her Lord and Savior on January 14, 2022. She was born to the late John and Joy Faye Holmes. She was a member of centerpoint missionary Baptist Church. Beverly embraced life. She was always faced with love and laughter. That legacy is what she leaves to her family and friends. Her greatest joy was spending time with family. This includes cooking fried chicken and deer meat, having breakfast waiting on her favorite Deerhunters and always meeting each one of us with a hug. In the last five years her days were filled with joy and love as she was blessed with raising Melanie, her great granddaughter.
As she entered heaven, she was greeted by her oldest daughter Becky Miller Taylor. The family waiting to join her in heaven is her husband Gene Kelly, her daughters Leslie (Wes) Cates, Jamie (Paul) Blumhorst, stepson Steve (Lindsey) Kelly and his family. She cherished her grandchildren Carmen (Cody) Ellison, Katie Taylor, Devan (Michael) Tillman, Heather Kinley, Braxton (Brooklyn) Kinley, Micah Cate, Tanner Blumhorst and Payton Blumhorst. Her love was extended to her great grandchildren John Preston and Phoebe Ellison, Lucas and Melanie Taylor, and Caleb and Casey Tillman. She cherished her brother and best friend Dennis Holmes and three sisters Pam (Allen) Watson Jacqueline (Don) Campbell and Teresa Holmes. She touched the life of all her nieces nephews, including the great nieces and nephews.
The family will greet family and friends during the visitation at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen on Monday, January 17 from 5 PM to 7 PM. Beverly celebration service will be Tuesday, January 18 at 2 PM at Centerpoint Missionary Baptist Church in Hazen. Dennis Holmes and Billy booth will lead the service.
15 thoughts on “Beverly Holmes Kelly”
My love and prayers are with each of you. Beverly was one of the sweetest and kindest people I have ever known. She was a blessing to all who knew her. Much love , and praying for God’s comfort during this time.
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Beverly was a precious lady.
So very sorry for the loss of Beverly. She was such a sweet person. I always saw her when the church went to the Nursing Home . She was always there with her mom, Mrs. Joy Fay, which was a good friend of my mother. Many prayers for all. 🙏🙏🙏
Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Beverly was such a wonderful person. We know she will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Hugs to you all
Love and prayers for Beverly’s family. She was a longtime dear friend of mine. I hated to hear of her passing.
So sorry for you loss, thoughts and prayers to the family.
Where lives pass, memories carry on forever. Beverly was a school mate of mine. She was always kind hearted and I loved being around her. I know she is having a great reunion now with her loved ones that have went before her. Praying that God’s love enfolds you and comforts you through the pain.
I loved working with her, always a delight to be around.RIP Bev.
I am so very sorry for your loss, cherish your precious memories, I am praying for your family during this sad time.
So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom, grandmother, great-grandmother. We will be praying for your family during this difficult time.
Jackie, I understand the loss to this family having recently loosing my own dear sister. Knowing they are in heaven and we will see them again is great comfort.
My condolences & prayers are with all the family. I went all the way through school in Hazen with Beverly. She was always so sweet. I remember one time as a young teenager I wasn’t seeing eye to eye with my mother, who worked in the school cafeteria. Beverly heard me complaining about her & quickly set me straight by saying that my mother was one of the sweetest people she knew! I felt very small , but rethought my feelings! I learned a lot that day! I have been praying every day for Beverly since she went into the hospital & for her family. Knowing she is in heaven with her loved ones who went before is a comfort. God bless you all!
Prayers of support for the entire family and for Beverly eternal peace and life!
My heart, love and prayers go out to the entire family. I had the pleasure of getting to know Beverly when she would come to my classroom at Jenkins to pick Shannon up. I remember her as being very sweet and loving with a very big heart. Pam, and family, please remember the good times, and cherish every moment spent with Beverly. Love to you all, Sue Cox
Really hate u girls lost your mom,
She was our cousin then she became
Our aunt,she 1 of our favorites,we miss
Her alreadu,already, only imagine how u gis
Feel we love yall..
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