Beverly L. (Tucker) Schoepfer 57, of North Providence, finished her race here on earth and now resides in heaven with her Lord Jesus Christ. She departed this world on the morning of July 20, 2021 after an almost 7-year battle with Ovarian Cancer. She passed at home with her family. Beverly was a faithful wife and devoted mother. She worked in the medical field doing kidney dialysis and also worked at the Hasbro Children's Hospital Emergency Room and at Kent County Memorial Hospital before becoming ill. Beverly was born on February 27, 1964 in South County Hospital, South Kingstown. Beverly grew up in North Kingstown and graduated from North Kingstown High School in 1982. She was a lifelong resident of Rhode Island. Beverly was the wife of William Schoepfer whom she married on November 26, 1983 at Memorial Baptist Church in Seekonk. Beverly and Bill would have celebrated their 38th anniversary this coming Thanksgiving. In addition to her husband, Beverly is survived by four sons Nicholas, Evan, Andrew, and Samuel; as well as two daughters-in-law, Shannon and Christelle. Bev was a very proud "Oma" of Francesca Katerina (Frankie). Bev is also survived by her mother, Brenda Andrews, sister, Christina Spicola, aunt, Linda Theroux, and cousins Gary and Tracy. Bev was also a good and kind friend of Jayne R., Paula A., Veronica A., Kathy B., and many more. She also leaves behind her four-legged buddy Riley. Beverly loved going to visit the Amish in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She loved Disney, Universal Studios, and she loved horses. Her favorite music was that of Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks. Mostly, Beverly loved her husband and her sons. She was happy to finally have some girls in the family with daughters in law Shannon and Christelle and her one-year old granddaughter Francesca. Beverly was a member of Grace Bible Church.
Visitation will be held on Friday July 23rd from 9:00-10:30am in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston followed by a Memorial Service in the Grace Bible Church 116 Rolfe Square Cranston. Burial will be in the Newell Burying Grounds 1502 West St. Attleboro. At 2:00pm following the burial, family will be returning to Grace Bible Church for a time of sharing and fellowship with a meal. All is open to the public. After her diagnosis of cancer, Bev was unable to get life insurance so in lieu of flowers there is a GoFundMe set up to help with the funeral expenses. If you would to help please go to: https://gofund.me/350d738c
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