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Beverly J. Mudge

1934 - 2020

 

Beverly J. Mudge, 85, of Milton passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Milton Nursing and Rehabilitation.

Born in Bloomsburg on September 4, 1934, she was the daughter of the late Raymond H. L. and Leanora Alberta (Confer) Sellard.  She was married to Lawrence D. Mudge.  Together they celebrated 67 years of marriage.

She had worked for Milton Shoe factory, and later worked with her husband and son at Larry’s Appliance Store in Milton.  She was a member of the Ramblers Club and AARP.  She was also a member of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, Milton.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons and daughters in law Larry R. and Roxanne Mudge of New Columbia, and Daniel E. and Carol Mudge of Milton; four grandchildren Jamie Grobes of Lewisburg, Toni Finan of Hellerstown, Ellie Maneval of Watsontown, and Becky Messersmith of Danville; six great grandchildren; and a sister Crystal J. Beck of Sunbury.

She was preceded in death by a brother Raymond Sellard.

Due to the current health concerns affecting our nation a Celebration of Life service will be held at a later date.

 

Condolences

Rest In Peace Bev you will be missed.

Condolences to Larry and Bev's family on the passing of a gracious soul. It was a privilege to welcome Larry and Bev to Watsontown when first they opened their appliance store there, and Bev was always a smiling, helpful presence whenever we met.

What a warm wonderful friendly person. Bev and Larry will always be two of my favorite people

Please accept my condolences in the recent passing of your wife, Mother and Grandmother. I always enjoyed when Bev graced our Aquacise class and really missed her when she stopped coming. She was very nice and witty and everyone liked her.

Jill Moser

Please accept our condolences for the loss of your mother. I always enjoyed talking to her.
God Bless - Sally and Jim Mazol

To Dan and all the family, Sending sincere condolences for your loss of Bev. My prayers go out to all of you at this time. I’ve always enjoyed talking with her wether on the street or in the store. Very pleasant lady all the time. Always asked about me and all my family. She will be missed by all. God Bless

Larry and Roxanne, Sending our condolences for the loss of your mother, Beverly. With our sympathy. Wayne and Nancy Stahl

Bev was one of the finest women I ever met with such a kind soul. She will be sadly missed.

Bev was one of the finest women I ever met with such a kind soul. She will be sadly missed.

I met Beverly at Watsontown Kramms in the early 90's when she came to visit Homer. She took me under her wing and was a beautiful soul. She encouraged me every time I saw her. She even bought me a necklace and brought it to my house. She was a rare friend. She will be missed.

Dear Larry and family please accept out condolences on Bev's passing. She was a wonderful, kind person and will be greatly missed.

Larry and Roxanne family, We are saddened and send sympathy on the passing of your mother. Cheryl and Jim

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