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Photo de Beverly CROOK
Fiche créée le : 2007-06-30
Beverly CROOK
Père : Francis Crook
Mère : Katie Taylor
Décès le : 2007-06-30
Parution : 2007-07-04
Conjoint(e) : Murray Taylor
Paru dans : Fair Haven Funeral Home, Moncton, NB

Beverly Taylor January 04, 1954 - June 30, 2007 Peacefully on June 30, 2007, Bev Taylor passed away into the presence of her Lord, in the company of her family, following 10 years of living with cancer. Bev will be lovingly remembered by her husband Murray, their children Zachary, Tori, and Nicholas; her mother Virginia Crook; her brother Doug and wife Cathy Crook; her sister Joanne Crook and husband Allan Boswell; her brother Byron Crook, her brother Stanley Crook, extended family and many close friends. She was predeceased by her still born daughter Katie Taylor, her father Francis Crook. Bev was born in Pincher Creek Alberta on January 4, 1954 and lived in this beautiful farm community in the Alberta foothills until she entered the University of Calgary after high school. She graduated with a Bachelor of Education and then taught school for 4 years in St. Albert, on the outskirts of Edmonton. In 1979, Bev took a year off teaching and attended Mount Carmel Bible School. In 1980 she met Murray and they were married on August 22, 1981, after which she lived in Winnipeg and London, Ontario as they raised their family together. Bev made a personal commitment to God based on her own reading of the Bible and sought to grow in her relationship with God and the use of her personal gifts to help and encourage others. She spent many summers at Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp where she was both a camper and staff counselor. Through University she was active with Campus Crusade for Christ. In Edmonton she assisted with others in the establishment of Northridge Bible Church (renamed Clareview). Along with Murray in Winnipeg from 1980 to 1998, Bev assisted in the growth and development of The Maples Community Church. Many summer weeks were spent at Faith Bible Camp, near Victoria Beach in various leadership and support roles. Upon moving to London, where they attended Byron Community Church, Bev became the pastoral assistant to help meet many individual’s personal needs. Since returning to Winnipeg Bev and her family have been attending Assiniboia-Charleswood Community Church where Bev’s character and caring spirit became contagious with those who crossed her path. Her compassion for others went beyond those she could see. She and her family took a special interest in refugees from Burma who found a new home in Winnipeg through the efforts of The Maples Community Church. In recent years, Bev along with her family became focused on needs in Africa through their associations with Compassion Canada. She dearly wanted her family to see Africa and the needs there, and although at the last minute she could not go for health reasons, her passion encouraged her family to visit projects in Kenya and Uganda last August which will have a lasting impact on Murray and their children. The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses of Cancer Care at the St. Boniface Hospital for their care in Bev’s treatment and support. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Compassion Canada, Box 5591, London, Ontario, N6A 5G8, The Maples Community Church (Refugee Support) 1640 Leila Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba R2P 2X6, and/or Faith Bible Camp, P.O. Box 42059, RPO Ferry Road, Winnipeg, R3J 3X7 Funeral Service will held at 10:00 am on Thursday July 5 at Grant Memorial Church, 877 Wilkes Ave, with interment to follow at the Thomson “in the Park” Cemetery. THOMSON “IN THE PARK” FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY 1291 MCGILLIVRAY BLVD WWW.THOMSONINTHEPARK.COM 925-1120 As Published in The Winnipeg SUN

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