Beverly Grace â??Beaverâ? Mundale

Bev was surrounded by family and friends as she passed in her home in Arlington, WA.

Bev was born in Hastings, England then moved to America at an early age. She was was the oldest of 9 children.

Bev married her high school sweetheart, Donald Mundale and moved to Oso, WA in 1971 to raise their two sons.

In 1974 “Beaver” began working for Wellers Family Restaurant. In the early 80’s they purchased the Rome Restaurant and together ran the family business.

Bev was preceded in death by her husband Donald and both of her parents, Jack & Grace Collins and two siblings, Mike and Wendy.

Bev leaves behind so many loved ones: Troy (Erin), Todd (Jenny), the daughter she never had, grandchildren, great-grand children, step grandchildren and step great-grand children. Also a dear friend Jo Wilson. Bev is also survived by sibling brothers Norman, Phillip, Danny, Bradley and Barry and her sister, Theresa along with nieces, nephews and countless fiends. Also a special group of friends, Bobie, LaVeta, Judy, Janet and Jo who were known as “The Girls”. They shared a passion and project called Toy’s For Kids that made Christmas special for many children.

Beaver’s request was that in lieu of flowers, please make donations to “Toys For Kids” in memory of Beverly Mundale, c/o The American Legion, Post 76. She also requested a celebration of her life with family and friends, Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point. Private grave services will be held at a later date.

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