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Beverly Lynn Armstrong

Beverly Lynn Armstrong, 63, of Marquez died September 8, 2020 at her home in Marquez, Texas. She was born October 23, 1956 to Thomas and Essie Belle (Miller) Taylor of Fort Worth, Texas. Beverly was raised by her step-father and mother, Ervin And Essie Belle (Miller) Lev.
Beverly had been a resident of Marquez since 2012, coming from San Leon, Texas. Beverly enjoyed watching politics and cooking shows on television, especially “Hanity” by Sean Hannity and “Life, Liberty & Levin” by Mark Levin, and spoiling her grandchildren and great- grandchildren by always bringing home treats, and letting them create general havoc every chance she got. Baka, as she was known by the kids and her coworkers, will also be remembered for her love of the ocean and motorcycles. She was honored with a last ride in August with the Sons of the Confederates Mechanized Cavalry along the Gulf coast. Her joy from that day will be remembered by her family forever. She was the fudge maker for eight years at Woody’s Southbound and perfected her trade creating many new flavors that were enjoyed across the country by so many. Baka loved to work and enjoyed the busy days the most.
Beverly is survived by her children, Randall E. Yauch, Jr (Crystal) of Rosharon, Lacey Woodward of Nassau Bay, Jacquelyn Moran (Michael) of Marquez; her father Ervin Lev of League City and her sister, Alicia Louvier of League City. She is also survived by seven grandchildren, Cass, Brittany, Jennifer, Dalton, Aurora, Levi and George and two great-grandchildren, Ameila & Everett.
She was preceded in death by both of her biological parents, along with sisters, Janet Griffith and Laura Kenny.
Pallbearers: Randy Yauch, Jason Moran, Cass Sawyer, Dalton Yauch, Andrew Houston, Jason Youell
Honorary Pallbearer: “Papa” Ervin Lev
Funeral Services were held 1:00 P.M., Saturday, September 12, 2020 at Walters Funeral Home, Centerville, Texas. Interment  followed in Gum Springs Cemetery near Flynn, Texas.
Arrangements were under the direction of Walters Funeral Home, Centerville, Texas.

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