Beverly Earleen Hendrickson Akers

Beverly Earleen Hendrickson Akers died peacefully on November 3, 2018.

She was born in Greeley, Colorado, on February 28, 1929, to Waldo and Vesta Hendrickson, the second child of six.

She met and married Earl Akers in 1946 and lived in Seattle.   In 1956 her growing family moved to Lynnwood where she and Earl established a business, Akers Automotive.

Her son, Milton, and her husband, Earl preceded her in death.  She is survived by her children, Bradley, Alton, Susan, Wesley, Rebecca and Jesse.   She is also survived by her sisters Orpha and Nelda, and her brothers Loran, Vern and Carl.

Beverly was a member of Canyon Hills Community Church in Bothell where  a memorial service will be held.

She loved her sewing, knitting, crochet and embroidery work.  She loved her cabin at Lake Chelan that she and Earl built with their family.  She loved water skiing, swimming and riding jet skis. She loved her church work.  She loved her family.  She loved people.  But most of all, she loved the Lord with a faith that never faltered.   She is now healthy and whole with the Lord.

2 Responses to “Beverly Earleen Hendrickson Akers”

  • Angela Pioli says:

    My sincere condolences for the loss of your beautiful mother. She was one of the most graceful, kind and engaging women I’ve spent time with. May your many memories of her help lesson the heartache of this huge hole in your lives.
    Rest In Peace Aunt Beverly.
    Angels Pioli

  • Jerilyn kvamme says:

    I will miss Beverly’s beautiful warm
    smile every time I saw her at church.

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