Beverly passed away peacefully on December 20th from complications of a weakened body due to Parkinsonʼs Disease. Beverly was a quiet, sensitive yet strong woman who loved her family and friends. She cared deeply for humankind and had a sweet and beautiful smile. Born in Chicago, IL to Dr. Lawrence and Lorraine Erlandson. They moved to the small town of Wilmington, IL where Beverly quickly became known as the “doctorʼs daughter” and the townʼs darling. She attended the University of Illinois graduating with a degree specializing in speech pathology. There she met her future husband, Roger L. Corinth. Upon moving to Moon Township, PA, she began work at Laughlin Childrenʼs Center in Sewickly as a speech therapist. When certification requirements changed, she moved on to become an allergy technician and had a long career in a medical practice. She and Roger retired to Gwinn, MI to live by the water and their grandchildren. After Rogerʼs passing in 2013, Beverly started the Colorado chapter of her life, moving into independent senior living in Denver to be closer to daughter Becky. Beverly volunteered her time with several organizations over the years: Those Who Wait, Hospice, food banks, various church organizations, just to name a few. She loved gardening, quilting, music and word puzzles. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Roger and son Steven. Beverly is survived by her sister Karen (Herschel) Ele, daughter Becky (Don) Perkins, son Russell and granddaughters Eryn and Carlee. A Celebration of Life gathering is forthcoming in the Spring of 2022. Details to follow.
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