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Celebrating the life of
Beverly Lieurance Weatherall
March 22, 1939 - September 13, 2014
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
No services are scheduled at this time.

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Sellingsloh: I'm sorry about your mother passing away! I know personally that words are difficult to come by at a time like this, but I would like to share with you, Ms. Elise, a WONDERFUL PROMISE & HOPE about the future from our loving God, He said: "People will build houses and live in them, (your mom's profession), they will plant vineyards and eat their fruitage. They will not build for someone else to inhabit, nor will they plant for others to eat. For the days of my people will be like the days of a tree, (living forever!), and the work of their hands MY CHOSEN ONES WILL ENJOY TO THE FULL" Isaiah 65:21, 22 What a GRANDIOSE PROMISE from our Loving God!, your Mom has now an assurance of RESURRECTING in a Perfect Paradise Earth, full of people Like Herself, working building houses and planting vineyards, eating healthy and to satisfaction, AND NEVER EVER, DYING!, BUT LIVING FOREVER HEALTHY AND HAPPY! Most Sincerely, Mabelle Benitez

Mabelle Benitez, houston, tx

Beverly Lieurance Weatherall passed away after a long battle with breast cancer on Saturday, the 13th of September 2014, with her daughter at her side. Beverly was the only child born to Dr. Roy Allen and Helen Lieurance on the 22nd of March 1939, in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Her early years were spent with her family in Iowa. When Beverly was 8 years old she moved to Columbus, Mississippi where her father was a college professor at Mississippi State College for Women. Beverly later attended the "W" where she was a member of the Lockheart Social Club. In 1964 Beverly moved with her daughter and then husband to Houston, Texas.

In 1967, Beverly began a long and rewarding career in residential real estate. She truly enjoyed helping her clients find their "perfect home". She especially enjoyed working with younger clients and often helped them as their families grew to find their next residence. She developed many long lasting friendships with those who she worked with over her 45 year career. Beverly's early real estate years were with Baxter and Swinford Realtors and most recently she was associated with Heritage Texas Properties.

Beverly is survived by her daughter Elise and son in law Bob Sellingsloh and her beloved grandchildren Laura and John. She was a great conversationalist and was well versed on politics and current events. Beverly loved spending time with her family and enjoyed teaching her granddaughter to appreciate art and fashion and encouraged her grandson's love of history.

The family would like to thank all of the wonderful caregivers who helped her through her journey, Ella Briscoe, Margaret “Tessie” Woods and Angie Duarte along with her longtime housekeeper Sylvia Xico. In addition, the family thanks the doctors at MD Anderson, especially Dr. Sharon Giordano and her wonderful physician's assistant Betty Harris, Dr. Ben Smith, and Dr. Paul Brown.

Friends are cordially invited to gather and share remembrances of Beverly from five o’clock in the afternoon until seven o’clock in the evening on Thursday, the 18th of September, at the home of Bob and Elise Sellingsloh.

At a later date, the family will gather for a private memorial service.

In lieu of customary remembrances memorial contributions in Beverly's name may be directed to the National Wildlife Federation, ATTN: Membership, P.O. Box 1691, Merrifield, VA, 22116 (www.nwf.org); National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Watergate Office Building, 2600 Virginia Ave., Ste. 1000, Washington D.C., 20037 (www.preservationnation.org); The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, P.O. Box 4486, Houston, TX, 77210 (www.mdanderson.org); or to the charity of one’s choice.

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Dear Mr. & Mrs. Sellingsloh: I'm sorry about your mother passing away! I know personally that words are difficult to come by at a time like this, but I would like to share with you, Ms. Elise, a WONDERFUL PROMISE & HOPE about the future from our loving God, He said: "People will build houses and live in them, (your mom's profession), they will plant vineyards and eat their fruitage. They will not build for someone else to inhabit, nor will they plant for others to eat. For the days of my people will be like the days of a tree, (living forever!), and the work of their hands MY CHOSEN ONES WILL ENJOY TO THE FULL" Isaiah 65:21, 22 What a GRANDIOSE PROMISE from our Loving God!, your Mom has now an assurance of RESURRECTING in a Perfect Paradise Earth, full of people Like Herself, working building houses and planting vineyards, eating healthy and to satisfaction, AND NEVER EVER, DYING!, BUT LIVING FOREVER HEALTHY AND HAPPY! Most Sincerely, Mabelle Benitez

Mabelle Benitez, houston, tx


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