Beverly (Bev) Langille. Born June 13, 1941 in Cambridge, MA went to be with the Lord on August 14, 2016 at the age of 75. She was the beloved mother of Becky L Ray married to Robert Ray, James R Fuller, and Kimberly M Odle, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister to 5, and friend of many.
Her spiritual gift was hospitality and anyone who knew her well will tell you it was one in which she excelled. She was a Girl Scout volunteer for 35 years at the local, council, and national level. Bev has been a member of Fellowship FWB Church for three decades actively involved in various aspects of the church. She was also an active volunteer in other community organizations.
Despite her declining health her strength and optimism remained an inspiration to all those she came in contact with. The family wishes to thank everyone for all the love, support and prayers you all have continually poured out throughout this journey.
Friends and loved ones are invited for visitation on Wednesday August 17, 2016 from 5-8pm at Fellowship FWB Church 1228 W. Villa Maria Bryan, Texas 77802 with services to follow on Thursday August 18, 2016 at 2pm also at the church. There will be a private family graveside immediately following the funeral. Services are being coordinated through Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers in Bryan College Station, Texas. For more information contact [wpseo_address show_state=”1″ show_country=”1″ show_phone=”1″ show_phone_2=”1″ show_fax=”1″ show_email=”1″ show_logo=”0″]
My condolences to the family of Beverly Langille. May you find comfort in God’s promises to remember those now sleeping in death and restore life to them (John 5:28,29) (1 Corinthians 15:15-22). His words are faithful and true.
Our deepest sympathies to everyone as you go through this difficult time. Our thought and prayers are with you.
Dear Pam and Family,
We are so sorry to learn about Beverly’s passing. May memories of the good times you shared bring comfort to you and lift your spirits.
With Deepest Sympathy,
We deeply express our condolences to you, Pamela, and to your entire family. Even though these words are short and few, this brings the warmest condolences and sympathy to you. I am sure your sister was the gift of a lifetime – just too short, but thankfulness fills the future with great memories. Remember that you were a part of hers too. Your warmth, your love, your way of letting her know she meant a lot to you will never diminish.
With warmest sympathy,
Marsha and Howard
I am so sorry to hear this. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family.