Beverly Jane Nelson

beverly nelson

February 2, 1947 ~ April 6, 2022

Born in: Kokomo, IN
Resided in: Macon, GA

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  1. Anna Jones says:

    I had the opportunity to work with Beverly. She was an amazing human being and was respected by all of her coworkers. I will miss you Beverly. Rest In Peace.

    Anna Jones

    • Jeffrey Nelson says:

      My dear aunt, gone too soon. You were the strongest woman I’ve even known. There was nothing you couldn’t do. In your professional life, you broke barriers for other woman to follow, showed what work ethic really means, and didn’t take crap from anyone. You were there for me during illness, and helped with my mother, driving 80 miles to Atlanta to take her to the doctor. You are missed now. See you one day, in a better world, much love aunt Beverly.

  2. Ebbie Joned says:

    I also had a great opportunity to work with Beverly. She was a wonderful human being. Her tough demeanor betrayed the fact that she had a heart of gold and would help anybody. I also Appreciated everything she did for me and what a warm reception she gave me when I first moved to Savannah. Rest in peace, Beverly.

  3. Michelle Hetager says:

    Beverly was a one of a kind. She was strong, resilient, intelligent and fiercely loyal. I learned a lot from her and was grateful to really get to know who her. She will be missed by many and we are keeping her family in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. Lisa Narcisse says:

    Beverly you were such a knowledgeable and caring person. The help you extended to me every time I was in need I will never forget.
    May soul Rest In Peace and Eternal light shine upon you.

  5. Jaye Harper says:

    I am forever grateful to have had the honor to work with Beverly. I have the upmost respect and admiration for who she was as a person and as a professional. She always guided me and supported me at work. I will miss sending her pictures of concert events and so glad we could go to one together. I will always remember you and miss you Beverly. Rest In Peace

  6. Candice Howell says:

    I worked with Beverly for many years and had great respect for her. If I ever needed anything I could count on her to get it done for me swiftly.
    Many prayers for her family.

  7. Dorothy Griswold says:

    God put people in our lives for a reason, most of us never recognize that reason. Beverly Nelson was put in my life to help me to advance with BB&T. Also to help make life easier for me as I battled cancer 10 years ago. Beverly was an amazing lady that was respected by many. She took care of a lot of people with her strong/tough but loving and caring heart. Beverly was always there for good times and bad times, personally and professionally. I thank God for allowing me to meet and be part of her life. Last lesson learned, when God places someone on your heart make sure to reach out to that person. Cancer sucks. RIP Beverly Nelson 🥰💔

  8. Nancy R. says:

    Beverly deserves more than a blip obituary. Her life was full of events, accomplishments, and occasions. She was a dedicated person with many friends and people who loved her.

    She had many talents aside from her career. A wonderful cook, a seamstress who could sew anything from doll clothes to formal gowns, mens shirts to mens suits. She had impeccable taste and style. She could tile a floor, paint a house, and loved gardening. She deserves a proper obituary of her life.

    She will be missed.

  9. Kay Barfield says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Beverly for several years and learned so much from her. Her support of me helped me advance in my career at BBT. We became travel buddies as we traveled back and forth to North Carolina. She had a tough demeanor but underneath she was a thoughtful, caring person. She was always just a phone call away with great advice or a listening ear. She was so talented in so many ways whether talking through a rough situation to home improvements to gardening to fly fishing. She was an amazing person and friend who will be missed by many. My thoughts are with her family. Rest In Peace dear Beverly.

  10. Kristopher Harper says:

    It is hard to believe you are gone, but not forgotten. You have always been respectful, helpful, and professional in your career and personal life. Not only did you have a solid career in banking, but you were able to help others, like my mom, grow in their profession. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  11. Betty James says:

    Beverly, strong in character, open to assisting others, an advisor as well as a leader. I had the opporunity to work as her administrative assistance twice and each time l came away a more knowlegeable person. Beverly hired me as a temp employee and encouraged and guided me the entire 12 years l was with BB&T. I respected her and admired her. She will be missed. Loved how she would throw back her head when she laughed. Praying for healing for the loss for her family. Rest Beverly!

  12. Mary McCallister says:

    To my amazing sister and travel buddy, how I miss being able to pick up the phone and call you knowing you were always there. It amazes me all the things that you accomplished in your 75 years on this earth. During the times I needed you, you were always there to lift me up. I love and miss you so much. Your loving sister. May you rest forever in God’s loving arms.

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