Beverly Jean Waltman, a child of God, was the wife of William B. Waltman (deceased), mother of Barbara Waltman (Richard) MacIndoe, grandmother of Ellen (Jason) Turner, James (Jenny Dunnington) MacIndoe of Washington, D.C. and Sean MacIndoe of Pueblo. She was preceded in death by her parents, Warren L. and Olive Jones of Monte Vista, Colo. She was blessed to have Josephine Howell Jones of Monte Vista and Pueblo as a dear friend and second mother following the death of Olive in 1949. Upon completion of a BA degree from the University of Northern Colorado, Bev and Bill were married in Monte Vista in July 1950. Bev taught for several years and later worked for the Pueblo Library District. Beverly was a member and elder of the First Presbyterian Church of Pueblo. She has been an active member of Chapter BQ of the P.E.O. Sisterhood since 1965. She was one of the original committee members who helped organize the P.E.O. Grants and Aid program to enable Pueblo girls to attend Cottey College in Nevada, Mo. Bev's interests have always dealt with education and furthering the endeavors of young people every where. Special thank you for the love and support of Visiting Angels and Frontier Hospice for the last few weeks. Also the Villa nursing staff for the care of her and her family. No viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 2, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Cottey College, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dear Barb and Family,

    Thank you for letting us know that Beverly went home to be with her Savior.
    I’m sure that was the greatest reuniting of loves ever! Beverly is one of those genteel ladies that mixed intelligence, fun, good manners and caring spirit all in one.

    We send our heartfelt love and condolences for all… as you grieve and miss her presence.

    Our love,
    Randy and Sherree

  2. Dear Barb and Family,

    Thank you for letting us know that Beverly went home to be with her Savior.
    I’m sure that was the greatest reuniting of loves ever! Beverly is one of those genteel ladies that mixed intelligence, fun, good manners and caring spirit all in one.

    We send our heartfelt love and condolences for all… as you grieve and miss her presence.

    Our love,
    Randy and Sherree

  3. I want to express my sympathy to Barb, Richard, Ellen and Sean. I was privileged to know Bev and to share her love of books. Thank you for sharing your family.
    Dub King

  4. I want to express my sympathy to Barb, Richard, Ellen and Sean. I was privileged to know Bev and to share her love of books. Thank you for sharing your family.
    Dub King

  5. I extend caring thoughts and prayers for Beverly’s family. She worked in the Belmont Library some 34 years ago when I would take my daughter there for children’s story hour. She was so warm and gracious.

  6. I extend caring thoughts and prayers for Beverly’s family. She worked in the Belmont Library some 34 years ago when I would take my daughter there for children’s story hour. She was so warm and gracious.

  7. Although we cannot be with you today we are with you in thought and prayer as you hold Beverly’s memorial service. We have lost a dear member of our family and she will always have a special place in our hearts. We wish you all God’s peace as He wraps His arms around you during this difficult time.
    Much Love,
    Kathy and Craig

  8. Although we cannot be with you today we are with you in thought and prayer as you hold Beverly’s memorial service. We have lost a dear member of our family and she will always have a special place in our hearts. We wish you all God’s peace as He wraps His arms around you during this difficult time.
    Much Love,
    Kathy and Craig

  9. With my deepest sympathy in the loss of Beverly-She was a very nice person and we enjoyed talking when she came to our office. She will be missed. With my thoughts and prayers to your family.

  10. With my deepest sympathy in the loss of Beverly-She was a very nice person and we enjoyed talking when she came to our office. She will be missed. With my thoughts and prayers to your family.

  11. Deepest condolences to Barbara and family. Beverly was like extended family to us. The wedding shower she hosted for us way back when is still fondly remembered, as are many other kind gestures over the years.

  12. Deepest condolences to Barbara and family. Beverly was like extended family to us. The wedding shower she hosted for us way back when is still fondly remembered, as are many other kind gestures over the years.

  13. Britto & I would like to express our deepest & heartfelt condolences to Barbara & Richard & children at the loss of their wonderful mother & grandmother. Bev was loved by us. She was family to us ever since we arrived in Pueblo more than 35 years ago. She has left behind a void in many of our lives that only time & God’s strength can heal.
    We pray that God will take her up in his arms & surround her with his eternal love & peace. –

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