Beverly D. Simon was born April 10, 1960 in New York City. She departed this world July 26, 2019 to be with her deceased parents Austin and Mary-Frances Simon, her sister Terry Marshall, all who left her early in Gods loving arms.
In 1985, Beverly received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Syracuse University in New York, Upon receiving her degree, she worked in promotions and sales marketing for some years Beverly loved and knew the Lord. She also loved her church family Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in the Bronx. .Beverly was a faithful member of the Joint Usher Board and Missionaries, both she was dedicated to. Classmates, Friends and Family will always remember her radiant smile, loving personality as well as a kind heart.Beverly leaves to Cherish her fond memories; her Uncle Joseph Ansley of North Carolina, Nephews Billy Jordan, North Carolina, Frederick Marshall, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Nieces Myra Jordan Tennessee., Tanya Jordan North Carolina, Great Nieces and Nephews, Dalvan Buchanan, Josiah Buchanan, Jimmy Houser, Kirah Norris, Lamar J. Marshall, Amiyah J. Marshall, Talia Jordan, Brandon Jordan
Beverly was and will continually be loved by a host of family and friends.
Our dearest Beverly you were a ….
Sister… Aunt…Cousin…Friend…You will be remembered fondly as a ray of sunshine. We miss you, but we know you’re resting peacefully in the shadow of the Almighty!
When we lose something that is precious to us, we are left with a feeling of sadness. Whether it is a precious friend or even a treasured object, the loss can be hard to bear. It is as if a part of you has gone missing. Throughout our life we amass collections of friends and treasured possessions. Having close relationships help us feel as if we are not alone in the world. When we lose someone or something that is precious to us, we may realize that there is a certain alone that can never be filled. Ultimately the condition of life is one of being alone before God.