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October 10, 1927 – June 3, 2023

Beverly (Elliott) Barringer, age 95, of Buffalo passed away on Saturday, June 3, 2023.

She was born on October 10,1927 to Harvey and Nellie (Varner) Elliott.

Bev was the first daughter in a family of six boys and four girls.

She graduated from Buffalo High School in the Class of 1946.

Bev was employed as a receptionist for forty years at Mono-Trade Company in Minneapolis.

Bev married Roger Barringer on October 1, 1949 at The Buffalo Presbyterian Church.   They were blessed with and survived by one son: Scott (Barb) Barringer of Prior Lake, MN; three grandchildren: Justin (Lindsey) Barringer of Lakeville, MN, Jenny (Chris) Campbell of New Prague, Mn and Steve (Becca) Barringer of Richfield, MN; great grandchildren: Hayden and Lyla Campbell, Ruby, Grace and Winston Barringer; a brother: Tom (Emmy) Elliott of Benson, Arizona; sisters: Pat Olson and Zella La Liberte of Edina, Mn, Ginny (Vance) Russell of Bloomington, MN; sisters-in-law: Clare and Barb Elliott and Rosie Barringer; many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by her parents, husband Roger, brothers and sisters-in-law: Rodger, Douglas (Mary), Donald (“Glo”), Duane “Porky” and Bruce Elliott.

A Memorial service for Beverly Barringer will be held on Friday, June 9th, 2023 at 11:00 A.M. at The Buffalo United Methodist Church.   Pastor Bill Reinhart will officiate.

Interment at a later date at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

A visitation will be held on Friday, June 9th AT THE CHURCH one hour prior to services.

 

3 Guestbook Entries

  1. Ginny Elliott Russell

    How fortunate I am to have had an older sister like Bev “Sis”. She was always interested and kept tabs on all of us and was always encouraging and proud of our accomplish-ments. Sis and Roger provided most of us a home in the city as we moved away from Buffalo after graduation. She was an avid country music fan, and aside from brother Tom her favorite was Alan Jackson. I loved her dearly and will miss her so much.

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  2. Pat

    There are too many wonderful memories of Aunt Bev to share in a paragraph. Jim and I were blessed to live so close to her. I love that my grandchildren also have fun memories of their great-great Aunt…swimming at her lakehome, the treats she would bring the kids and the Culver’s lunches. The kiddos loved her candy dish on her end table because they could reach it and of course, she’d let them eat the whole dish of candy! I will treasure our visits where she shared so much family history and lots of funny stories about her and her siblings growing up. She was a treasured gift to all of us. Rest in Peace Aunt Bev, you made a difference in all of our lives and will always be remembered for your big heart and hugs and your love of family.

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  3. Rita Varner-Otness

    Family of Bev
    I send my sympathy for the passing of Bev. Bev, Roger and I, attended the same church for years. What a wonderful lady. I will miss chatting with her when I visited Woodmere. A great lady dressed to the nines with a personality and smile to match. You are all in my prayers.

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