Beverly Susan Staton, on January 2nd, peacefully went to heaven to join the Lord and the love of her life, Mike. She was born April 28th, 1960 to Bobby Joe Fry and Donna Taylor in Huntington, West Virginia.
Beverly loved to travel throughout the United States and various parts of the world. She was an outstanding writer and a creative communicator. She used these skills to work as a marketing and sales representative in the Tulsa communities for over 20 years.
Using her optimistic personality she consistently looked for ways to encourage and motivate those around her. She looked at life as one big adventure and had a soft heart. No matter one’s sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, or social status, she felt everyone had a place in this world and should be treated with respect. She was a true humanitarian in a selfish world. She often donated her time and money uplifting the underprivileged and homeless. John 3:16 was her favorite charity and her family encourages donations in her memory.
Her Son, Aaron Lowe will always remember her as Superwoman. She was her Son’s lifelong mentor and best friend. To Carolyn Board, Beverly was like a daughter and was her best friend. However, Beverly’s pride and joy was her daughter-in-law Jessica and her grandchildren Jesper, Junica, and Jenna.
She was preceded in death by her father and her husband. She is survived by her Mother Donna Taylor, Brothers Bob and Jim Fry, Sister Marsha Carter (Kenny Carter), Nieces Ashley, Jennifer, Natalie, Anna, Madison, and McKenna and Nephews Jason, Jonathon, and Josh, great nieces and nephews, her roommate and best friend Renee Brooks.