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Beverly Ione Pittman, age 87, of Howard Lake, MN passed away on Monday, January 9, 2023.

She was born on August 2, 1935 in Brainerd, MN the daughter of Oscar Cornelius and Ella Marie (Clabo) Eggerud.

Beverly loved her family!  She enjoyed playing games with her grandchildren, especially Yahtzee!  She also enjoyed baking and was creative with crafts and sewing projects.  She learned to play music by ear, entertaining others with her love of the accordion.

She was a full—blooded Norwegian and along with her sister, Irene, took the trip of a lifetime to Norway to visit relatives.  She was proud of her heritage.  Ufta!

Beverly was a hard worker and caregiver.  Caring for foster children, in addition to her own.  Cleaning houses or just taking care of others.

Survived by her children Dale (Barb) Pittman, Bruce (Sharon) Pittman, Marguerite (Larry) Levingston and Annette Urai; fourteen grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; sister-in-law Maxine Eggerud; other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by her parents; sons Doug and Bryan; granddaughter Alicia and siblings Donald, Irene, Lois, Vern, Watson, Lee, Mylo and Kathleen.

Funeral service for Beverly Pittman will be held on Monday, January 16, 2023 at 1:00 PM at The Peterson Chapel, Buffalo MN.  Pastor Dean Brown will officiate.  Interment will follow at Becker Cemetery, Becker, MN.

A visitation will be held one hour prior to the funeral service at the funeral home.

Thank you to The Good Samaritan Society of Howard Lake who were so kind and loving to our mother!  Thank you, also, to ProMedica for their hospice care and to all of those who brought her comfort with your calls, visits and meals, fixing her hair and making her laugh.  She loved you all!

The Peterson Chapel, Buffalo MN assisted the family with funeral arrangements.

4 Guestbook Entries

  1. Deb Skouge

    It’s with a heavy heart and many tears that I have found this place when I heard of Bev’s passing. I come here now knowing that my Queen B is at peace. I had the privilege of getting to know the Queen B at mealtimes. We shared many good times, many laughs, and some tears. One of my favorite memories of her is when the baby goats first visited…she excitedly cried Debbie come here, quick! Watch them with me! Oh Miss Bev how I miss you and your smiling face..forever in my heart. Fly high w the angels and know that you will always be in my heart.
    Deb
    Former Cook at Good Samaritan, Howard Lake

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  2. Diana Bennett

    She will be greatly missed at Good Samaritan. She was great cheerful present and most of the time had a smile for all of us.
    Cooking for her was a blessing, she let me know if she didn’t like what I made her but most of the time she complemented me on her meals.

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  3. Randy Coonce

    Hey, Randy here. You will be soooo missed! I love you so much! Loved your sense of humor and spunkyness!! We all need to be more like you!!!! She will be missed by many!! Definitely had a special bond I will always cherish!! Love and prayers for the family!

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  4. Ruth Koljonen

    My deepest sympathies to Sis, Babe and the rest of Beverly’s family.
    I will always remember the years that I spent living with her and the family.
    May your memories carry you through this difficult time.

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