WILSON, Beverly (Baker) (February 2, 1935 – March 25, 2022). It is with deep sadness that the family of Beverly Darlene Wilson announce her peaceful passing on Friday, March 25, 2022. Beverly will be profoundly missed by her children, Vicki Mack (Will), Barb Wilson and Doug Wilson (Raeleen), along with her grandchildren Melanie and Darryl Paquette, Shawn Mack, Keli Wilson (Mathew Toll), Rayelle Wilson (Adam Abel), Royce and Adrianna Wilson and great Grandchildren Riley and Bentley Wilson Abel. Beverly will be fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews Patricia Jaeger (Steve Austin), David Baker (Linda), Doug Baker, Dennis Baker (Karen Kohut), Shelley Macnab (Sheri Benson), Paul Hendricks (Johanna), Donna Brunn (Dean), and Leslie Hendricks. Also left to remember Beverly are dear family friends Robert MacKay and Eric Cline. Beverly was predeceased by her parents George and Dorothy Baker, her husband Roy Wilson, her sister Barbara Macnab (Bruce Macdonald), brother Donald Baker (Eileen) and her daughter Vanda Wilson.
Beverly was born in North Battleford, SK and spent her first 9 years on the family farm near Speers, SK before moving to North Battleford. She enjoyed being in The Lions Band and graduated valedictorian. Beverly moved to Saskatoon and worked at the Polio clinic and Teachers College before marring Roy Wilson in 1960. They moved to Glenside and later Humboldt where they bought and restored the bowling alley then The Robinson Store. Bev and Roy had three loving children and took great pride in working together for the 10 short years before she was widowed. Bev continued to run the store until she and the children moved to North Battleford, SK where she accepted a position at SaskPower. In 1982 she moved the family to Saskatoon, to give her kids the opportunity to go to university, and continued to work at SaskPower until she retired. In her retirement she became involved with the NDP, especially the bake sales and she volunteered with the S.P.C.A. Bev always made sure to attend her grandchildren’s events and later knitting hundreds of scarves that were given away through the Kinette Club and Saskatoon Food Bank. Beverly’s kindness will be missed by all who knew her.
A private family gathering remembering Beverly will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Saskatoon S.P.C.A or your local NDP candidate. Condolences for the family can be left at www.eternalmemoriesfuneral.ca Arrangements entrusted to Eternal Memories Funeral Service and Crematorium, North Battleford SK.
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