Beverley Louise Hunter-Montgomery
July 26, 1961 ~ June 8, 2022
( Age 60 )
Friday, June 17, 2022
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church
6823 Church Street
Jupiter, FL 33458
Saturday, June 18, 2022
10180 West Indiantown Road
Jupiter, FL 33478
Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church & Cemetery
6823 Church Street
Jupiter, FL 33458
Brown's Funeral Home
Friends & Family Tributes
❤️ So sorry to hear about my cousin 's passing. I was not able to come to the service. Cousin Buddy's oldest daughter.
Annie J. Hinson Flowers
Beverley Louise Hunter Montgomery (Bev) as she was affectionately known by her family. The youngest of four children, Beverley was born July 26, 1961 to the late Louis Hunter Sr., and Grace Hinson Hunter. However, she was the youngest of two daughters which was brought into the marriage of her parents.
Her Life Between the Dash
Beverley grew up in Jupiter, Florida with her four siblings. At an early age her parents ensured the children's connection with Christ. Thus, Beverley was baptized and received her Christian faith at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church Jupiter, Florida for well over forty years, under the leadership of Reverend Freeman King, Reverend Dr. N. E. Grubbs and Michael Maeweathers Sr., where she was appointed and served as a Mother/Deaconess for many years. Beverley eventually left Mt. Carmel made an ultimate decision to support her eldest son, Jason in his ministry and become a faithful member of Lighthouse Missionary Baptist Church and years later she became a member of Gospel Fellowship where she continued to show her love for others and praised the Lord. Beverley was described by many as a “Virtuous Woman” and a woman after God’s heart.
Beverley excelled in the classroom where she attended Jupiter Elementary and graduated from Jupiter High School in 1979. She started her employment career with Keyes Company Real Estate Inc., where she was employed for three years. She later attended Palm Beach Junior (State) College where she received her education in Early Childhood Development while working with Palm Beach County Head Start as a teacher. She’s described by her coworkers and students as a loyal, compassionate woman who showed unconditional love to anyone she made acquaintance with. After thirty years working with children she made her decision to retire and follow in her mother’s footsteps to care for her father during his illness, her husband and her children. Beverley was a dedicated Wife and Mother who treasured her children and grandchildren embracing every moment with them. Beverley met Henry Daniels Montgomery Jr., and not much later this love resulted in their nuptials on June 11, 1988. A devoted wife, Beverley was preceded in life by her husband Henry Daniel Montgomery Jr., thirty-one years of marriage. Their union was blessed with four children, Jason C. Montgomery, Brandon D. Montgomery, Aaron J. Montgomery and their niece Chavon Brown who she raised as her daughter.
Beverley was extremely kind, generous, always had a vivacious personality and made friends everywhere she went. She enjoyed volunteering in the community where she served numerous hours. She later became a member of AMICAE (Friends of Zeta) of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.
On Wednesday, June 8, 2022 God whispered in Beverly’s ear, “Come home and I will give you rest.” Beverly closed her eyes in the comfort of the Lord’s hand, and went home for her eternal rest. Beverly will be desperately missed by all those that she’s left behind. Our hearts are so broken by this unexpected loss. She was one of a kind, and to be loved by her was to be truly blessed. She leaves to cherish and celebrate her life, three sons Jason C. Montgomery (Erie), Brandon D. Montgomery (Kristian) and Aaron J. Montgomery; one daughter, Chavon Brown; three brothers, Richard Hunter (Sylvia), Louis Hunter Jr., Stephen Hunter (Priscilla); two sister Angela Mackey-Baldwin and Patricia Luma; three uncles Willie Hinson (Lititia), Theodore Hinson Sr., (Linda) and Luther Lawson (Ruth); one aunt, Sandra Reid; father and mother-in-law, Henry Montgomery Sr., and Ella Mae Montgomery; two brother-in-law’s, David Montgomery and Timothy Carl Montgomery; three sisters-in-laws; Mary Montgomery, Joann Thompson and Connie Epps (Lorenzo); twelve grandchildren, Lasharia, Jason Jr., Leilani, Jordan, Jeremiah, Jackson, Kalalia, Benjamin, Brian, Brion, Brook and Willow. Special friends, Kevin and Senoria McLeod and Derrick and Donna Nichols. A host of special nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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