Beverly Edith Friedman

June 16, 1933 - November 14, 2020

Beverly Edith Friedman, Retired

Oak Park, Michigan School District

Fort Myers – Our precious, wonderful and loving mother Beverly E. Friedman of Fort Myers, Florida died at home of complications of Alzheimer’s on Saturday, November 14, 2020. She was 87.

Beverly was born in Detroit, Michigan on June 16, 1933 and graduated from Detroit Central High School, Class of 1951 Detroit, Michigan. She married Herbert I. Friedman (decd) on March 28, 1954 and lived in Oak Park, Michigan where she worked as a secretary in the Special Education Department, Oak Park School District, Oak Park, Michigan retiring in 1993, and moved to Lakeland, Florida in 1994.  In 2013, she moved to Fort Myers, Florida to be closer to her children. Beverly supported her children 100% in all their extra activities and sports. She was an avid bowler who taught children the sport of bowling at Oak Park Lanes in the 1960’s and, also, loved card games, bingo, and an expert of crossword puzzles.

Beverly is survived by her children; son, Robert J. Friedman (age 64) and Joanne M. Friedman (age 63) of Cape Coral, Florida; daughter Susan Friedman-Stack (age 62) of Fort Myers; Sister Maxine Sherman (age 78) of Novi, Michigan; grandchildren Emily Friedman-Burley of Chicago; Adam Friedman of Royal Oak, Michigan; Aaron Stack of Fort Myers, Florida; Isabelle Stack of Ohio; and three-great grandchildren Lucy and Leon Burley; and Henry Friedman.

No formal services are planned at this time.

Mullins Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Cape Coral, is entrusted with final care.

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  1. John and Carol Shoemaker Nov 30, 2020 at 10:11 pm

    What a lovely, kind lady, Mother,
    Grandmother and Great Grandma rolled into a tiny but mighty person. We had the pleasure of meeting her when our daughter, Mackenzie, married her grandson, Adam Friedman. She gave them a precious gift starting out their lives together that they will always cherish. She was a treasure to all who knew her.

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