Our beloved Beverly (Bev) went to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in the presence of family on July 15, 2020 at her home in Broken Bow, OK.
She was born in Redding California on October 16, 1934 to Orin and Thelma Murphy, the youngest of six children. Bev graduated from Shasta High School in 1952 where she was voted the Prettiest Girl in School and was known for her hilarious sense of humor. She married her high school sweetheart; Walter Stafft (deceased). They had two children; Tom and Sue. She later married the love of her life; Enoch (Nick) A. Freer Jr., (deceased) and had two more children; Kelly and Becky. Nick and Bev were married for 59 years until Nick's death in 2016. They owned and operated a cafe called "Bev’s Kitchen" in Anderson, CA from 1984-1987. They moved to Burney, CA where they lived for several years and then moved to Broken Bow, OK to be close to their daughter Sue and her family.
Beverly enjoyed traveling, painting, refinishing antiques and spending time with her family and friends.
She is survived by her closest cousin, Diane Ratliff of Redding, CA and her children: Tom Stafft of Redding, CA, Sue Swift of Broken Bow, OK, Kelly Klipp of Redding, CA and Becky Harmon of Redding, CA, along with seven grandchildren; Michael Swift, Julie Butler, Joel Stafft, Benjamin Stafft, Sara Ulbrich, Logan Hart and Elizabeth London, plus seven great grandchildren.
Bev made people laugh everywhere she went. She was a very generous lady with a kind heart, and a beautiful smile. She was a blessing and a joy to be around. She will be missed so very much!
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