Obituaries detail

Beverly Jane Ballou

Beverly Jane Ballou age 60 passed away Saturday April 1, 2017 in Overland Park, Ks from a battle with cancer. Services will be held at 1:30pm April 15th at Northwest Bible Church 6520 NW 64th Street, Kansas City, Mo, 64151.

 

Beverly was preceded in death by her loving parents William and Mary Ballou. She is survived by her son Chris Bohling,his wife Carrie and granddaughter Kendal. As well as her daughter Shawna VanDraska, four siblings and their husbands and wives. John and Diane Ballou, Bill and Kala Ballou, Carol and Dave Gerke, and Dawn Ballou.

 

She was a loving mother and devoted grandmother, who enjoyed home decorating, flower gardening, and most of all crafting and baking with her granddaughter Kendal. Beverly was a strong independant woman with many accomplishments to be proud of throughout her life. She raised 2 children, worked a fulltime job and went to school at Johnson County Community College where she obtained a bachelor's degree in accounting. Later in life she became an artist through crafting at her home. She made jewelry, greeting cards and all kinds of intricate things with her granddaughter by her side sharing her love and passion for crafts. Beverly will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

Additional Service:
Memorial Service
Location:
Northwest Bible Church
Address:
6520 NW 64th St.
City:
Kansas City
State:
Missouri
Zip Code:
64151
Date of Service:
Apr 15 ,2017
Time of Service:
01:30 PM
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Condolences

Theresa Tarara Apr 26 ,2017

No relation ,Scottsdale ,Arizona

To the family of Betty Jane Ballou, I am sorry for the passing of your mother. I know the sadness of dealing with grief and loss from cancer. I would like to make a donation to a charity of Betty's she favored, in honor of her life and what struck me was her radiant light in her photograph as a young woman. This is the image I ran across on the internet accompanying her notice of passing on the cremation society's webpage. I felt the need to honor Betty even though I did not know her. Sincerely, Theresa Tarara tararaimages.com