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Beverly had a servant’s heart through her lord and savior, Jesus Christ. She loved music and took pleasure in playing the piano for services at many churches through out her years. Beverly, a lover of roses, particularly yellow ones, was “Mimi” to her family. She had the sweet and unique way of awakening them in the morning with her piano playing. She desired for others to discover a love of music and was always willing to share her talent by teaching piano throughout the years. Beverly also thoroughly enjoyed being a “trail angel” for hikers trekking along the Appalachian Trail. She and her dog Chloe operated a shuttle that brought hikers in town to Franklin, NC to rest and resupply. She would later help them return to the trail to continue their adventures. Sewing was another big part of Beverly’s life that she delighted in. She passed down this skill to many generations which will continue to live on. Matching garments was something she always got a kick out of and sometimes, those matching outfits didn’t always get a thumbs up, but her family always humored her. While Beverly’s sewing and piano talen were top notch, her family did tease her about her cooking. They would say “we knew dinner was ready when the smoke alarm sounded”. Beverly’s strong faith in Jesus was the most important thing in her life but second to that was her great love for her family. She absolutely doted on her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. In return, they adored their Mimi, and she leaves them with many wonderful warm memories that will not ever be forgotten. Beverly is survived by her three children, Carolyn Grace Reeves and Barbara Ruth Kelly Emmons of Pensacola, Florida, her son Ben Lamar Reeves, and daughter in law Karrie Reeves of Highlands Ranch, Colorado. As well as 18 grandchildren, and several great grandchildren. She was preceded by her parents, her husband, Frank Carini, daughter in law, Allison Reeves, and son in law, 2nd Lieutenant Shannon Patrick Kelly. A Celebration of Life will be held at Allen Memorial United Methodist Church in Cantonment Florida on November 18th, 2022, at 11am. Immediately following the service will be a reception to honor Beverly with refreshments and light finger foods provided. Beverly Sherie Collins Carini
5842 Commerce Road, Milton, FL 32583
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