Beverly Ann Cunningham

July 8, 1945 - January 3, 2022
January 21, 2022 7 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Beverly Ann Cunningham on January 3, 2022 at the age of 76.

She leaves to mourn her loving husband William "Terry"; sons, Jeffrey (Pamela), William "Bill"; as well as grandson Rowan.

Bev was born July 8, 1945 to Claude Forbyth and Gertrude Zabrowski, predeceased by her sister Patricia Smith and survived by sisters Vera (Al) Simard, Carol Wallace (Don) and Peggy (Bill) England, and brother Ted Forbyth (Judy). She will also be greatly missed by numerous nephews, nieces and friends.

She will be remembered by many loved ones for her love of family, friends, travel, reading, gardening, cooking, music and gatherings at the lake.

Bev had chosen to be cremated. A celebration of life will be scheduled in early summer 2022.

  1. So sorry to hear the news about Bev. From the first time we met out at the lake, I could tell how much love she had for her family – especially for Rowan. What a big heart of gold she had. Always asking Elliot about his latest interest and what he was up to you and you could tell she was genuinely interested and cared. Love from all of us to all of you and we are so sorry for your loss. Wendy, Jason and kids.

  2. Bev was always kind to me. I will remember her fondly.

  3. Our condolences to Terry, Billy, Jeff, Pam, Rowan and Bev’s extended family.

    Our families have so much history and so many memories. I will always carry the times at the races and going to the pits afterwards to sit in Terry’s car. Camping together as families…looking for flying squirrels with Billy. I loved spending time with Bev and Mom, with them sharing stories of their misadventures in their youth. Bev had a quickest, funniest wit and a huge heart. She always called ’em as she saw ’em. I will remember her and our last visit with the love she always shared. I take comfort in the fact that she and Mom are together again…likely getting into some sort of trouble…Love Alana

  4. Our condolences to Terry and family
    We are very sadened to hear of Bev’s passing.
    We will remember many good times.

  5. My heart goes out to you all at this most difficult time. I enjoyed spending time with Bev whenever we were visiting at the same time or at the lake.

    May your happy memories help to heal your hearts. Lots of love.

  6. My sincere condolences on the loss of your Beverly. I remember our youth, car races, marriages, new babies. Time will never dim your memories.

    Elaine Wiley (Forgan)

    • Hello, are you related to Bev?

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