Beverly Fry Hurt

Beverly J. Fry Hurt

Saturday, February 5th, 1949 - Monday, May 11th, 2020
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Beverly Jane Fry Hurt, 71, of Greeley, passed away on May 11, 2020 in Loveland, Colorado. She was born to Paul and Helen Fry on February 5, 1949 in Greeley, Colorado.
Beverly grew up and lived in Greeley for majority of her life, graduating from Greeley High (Greeley Central). She attended Aims Community College and UNC. She worked for UNC for many years as an Administrative Assistant.
She enjoyed being both in front of people and behind the scene. She was on the Board of Directors for the Greeley Civic Theater, wrote sketches and stories, as well as sang, “clowned”, juggled, mime and played the organ. She also enjoyed fencing, the outdoors and several crafts from puzzles to crewel embroidery.
Beverly loved animals and took great pride in having her fur-babies around. With her faith in God, she was an active member in the Timberline Church in Windsor and attended Bible Studies whenever possible.
She is survived by her nephew/nieces; Bill (Deborah) Crabtree and Deb (Trevor) Thompson ;great nephew/nieces Nicole (Keith) Salmon, Stephen Crabtree, Scott Thompson, Kajalina Thompson; Great-Great nephew Timothy Weston: and very close friends, Trina (John) Cuzzetto, Anne (Dale) Currey and Greg & Suzanne Hubbard and many other friends and family.
Beverly was preceded in death by her parents (Paul & Helen Fry), brother-in-law & sister (Duane & Harriet Crabtree) and her grandparents.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution in Beverly’s name can be made out to the Weld County Humane Society or American Cancer Society in Care Of Adamson Life Celebration Home, 2000 47th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80634. To leave condolences for Beverly’s family,
Life Celebration memorial will be held at a later date.
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    Linn Grove Cemetery
    1700 Cedar Avenue, Greeley
    GREELEY, CO 80631
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Bill Hurt

Posted at 09:39pm
Bev and I were married for 2 and a half years, (early 70's) and while that didn't work out (due mostly to me), we had many good memories. We hosted a tree removal project at our home on 15th Ave. Ct. in Greeley. This was a giant elm tree that the entire KUNC staff was involved, including my boss and his wife. After all that hard work that day, we celebrated with a massive BBQ and party. There were many other good times, but so many years have passed that it's hard to remember them. I always had a very soft spot in my heart for Bev (and still do), and I have no doubt she will be missed by many close friends and family. Bev, may
you dance with Jesus now and rest in peace.
Bill Hurt

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