Beverly Annette Lederer

beverly lederer

December 24, 1939 ~ November 6, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Beverly A. Lederer passed away Nov. 6, 2020. She was born Dec. 24, 1939, in Pueblo.

Predeceased by husband, William “Bill” Lederer; parents, George and Vivian Thompson; and Floyd Fossceco. Survived by son, Randy J. Fossceco; and sisters, Margy (Wavell) Curry, Pam Allen and Kim (Mark) Casack; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Bev’s life was spent in Greenhorn, Colo, Sheridan, Mont., Colorado Springs and Greenville, N.C., working various jobs.

Bev was a proud Central Wildcat of 1957. She loved to dance, play golf, travel, was quite an artist and a wonderful cook. Her family and friends meant the world to her.

Per her wishes, cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. No services are planned due to COVID.

In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1107 Pueblo Blvd. Way, Pueblo, CO  81005 or First Congregational UCC, 228 W. Evans, Pueblo, CO  81004.

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  1. CandleImageWe were so glad to have had the opportunity to spend Bev’s birthday with her before the health pandemic made visiting difficult. She holds a special place in the family.

  2. Kim and sisters, I was so sad to see Bev’s passing, what a beautiful picture of her. I had the pleasure of knowing her several years when I moved into our Woodstone Cul de sac, she was the first one to come introduce herself. She had to leave her Townhouse way too soon. Life is just too short and a reminder to all of us to cherish our family and friends, be kind to one another and help one another out when we need to. Beverly, you are in a better place, laughing and watching down on all of us. Paula Dunn. Randy my thoughts are with you.

  3. To Bev’s Family…..I was so sorry to see that Bev had passed away. We were the same age going to Lakeview
    Elementary School. Our Mothers were friends and were our Brownie and Girl Scout Leaders together. Loved going to your house on Orman Ave. to play. We were school friends at Keating, Corwin and Central. As life goes we both went on with our lives and only saw each other at class reunions. I regret not staying in touch but seeing her picture brought back growing up childhood memories I treasure. Praying for you all at this difficlt time and sending heartfelt sympathy. Judy McGraw Thomas

  4. CandleImageAunt Bev, you will forever be my spunky aunt who said what you thought and would laugh about it. The stories you shared growing up in a small house with my Mom, Pam and Kim will forever live on. I’ll never forget you picking me up out of mud puddles on your ranch in Montana and laughing about it when I ran out of clothes. I remember you liked playing my hair as a little girl and would give up quickly as it was too crazy to tame. The world lost you and your memory too soon. Your entire family was lucky to have you and your spunk in their lives. The boys and I are wishing everyone peace at this time. May you rest in eternal peace.
    Love, Tammy, Michael and Nico

  5. CandleImageBeverly was one of the first people that I met when I married Albert. I always was fond of her and I know that she will be sadly missed.

  6. CandleImageMany fond memories of Bev remain in our hearts as she is now with the lord. Peace be with you and all the family. GOD BLESS with love Bob and Pat

  7. CandleImageBeverly and I toured the entire island of Ireland. What a wonderful adventure we shared. I’m so fortunate to have spent this special time with her!

  8. CandleImageAunt Bev, you will be greatly missed by Leah, Kimberly, Odette and I. You were always a wonderful Aunt, caring and loving. You meant the world to our girls and us. May you Rest In Peace.

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