Wilma Jean Beevers
May 16, 1949  -  February 25, 2019

Wilma Jean Beevers

American Diabetes Association
2625 Pennsylvania NE
Albuquerque, NM  87110
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Jean Beevers (nee Coleman) passed away February 25th in the presence of family at Covenant Specialty Hospital in Lubbock, TX. She was 69 years of age.

Jean immigrated to the United States in the mid 50's with her family. She grew up in Michigan before moving to New Mexico in the early 1970's. Shortly after moving to NM she met and married Larry Dane Beevers, her husband until her death. Jean and Larry enjoyed 45 years of marriage. Their union produced two children Rebecca Jean Beevers and Gordon Jake Beevers. Jean was a wonderful woman, wife, and a great mother. She devoted her life to her family, looking after her children and grandchildren with unparalleled and unending devotion. Her family was paramount to her and came before all else. Jean enjoyed the study of history, science, and the genealogy of her family.

Jean is preceded in death by her parents, Robert Gordon Coleman and Alyce Helen Coleman (nee Brownridge). She is survived by her husband Larry Beevers of Clovis, two sisters Sandra Wellman and Lynne Parker, her daughter Rebecca Locke (nee Beevers) of Clovis, her son Gordon Beevers and wife Danielle of Clovis, stepsons Tony Dane Beevers and Larry Dean Beevers. She is further survived by her grandchildren Montana Locke, Shiann Locke, KyLeigh Beevers, MaKayla Beevers, and Cassandra Beevers along with many nieces and nephews.

Jean is loved and will be missed by all who her life touched.

A small private service with immediate family will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in Jean’s honor to the American Diabetes Association at http://www.diabetes.org.


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  1. Susan Zelasko
    Belwood, Ontario,

    Sweet cousin Jean, you are at rest now and free from pain. My fond memories of you when you were a teen ager and a young adult will live with me forever. I can still hear your hearty laughter and remember your zest for life while up at our summer cottage. You never ceased to amaze me with your knowledge of our family history and how you remembered every family members' birth dates, even your extended family. Whenever I'd speak on the phone to you from Canada, you loved to talk about your grandchildren with such immense pride in your voice. Rest in peace dear cousin and know that you were loved.
    Susan (Coleman) Zelasko

  2. Maxine Gadson
    , NC

    So very sorry for your loss. May the scriptures at Acts 24:15 and John 5:28,29 bring hope and comfort in God's promise.

  3. Kathleen DeWolf
    Livonia, MI

    Aunt Jean your going to be dearly missed. Your now with Nana and Grandpa, I love you, RIP Love, Kathleen

  4. Elizabeth Anne Hersant (ne Coleman)
    Belwood, Ontario, Canada,

    Memories of my wonderful cousin Jean include many happy times at our summer cottage at Fenelon Falls, Ontario when she was young. She was a loving, sweet, courageous woman who battled her illness but never lost hope, due to her love of her family. They were everything to her. Have a good rest Jean, you deserve it. You will be missed.

  5. Gordon Beevers
    Clovis, NM

    I will miss you dearly, Mom. Rest now, you excelled in your role as a Mother to me and I can take it from here. Thank you for everything!

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