BEVERLY STOLL


Beverly

   Beverly J. (Mrs. Dean) Stoll, age 77, of Pharr, TX and formerly of Faribault, died Saturday, February 9, 2008 at Edinburg Medical Center, Edinburg, TX following an extended illness.
   A memorial visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault, on Thursday, February 21, 2008 from 3 to 7 p.m.
   Private services will be held for the family. Interment will be at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis.
   Beverly Jean, the daughter of George and Loretta (McCoy) Hines, was born October 16, 1930 in Rochester. She graduated from Rochester Lourdes High School in 1948. On February 17, 1950, she married Dean E. Stoll in Minneapolis. She was formerly employed by the Faribault Regional Center and retired from Sellner Manufacturing of Faribault. She was a member of the Mrs. Jaycees and the American Legion Auxiliary. Together with her husband, they served as mentors at the Pharr Public Schools and they were members of the Auxiliary at Edinburg Medical Center.
   She is survived by her loving husband, Dean, of 57 years (eight days shy of their 58th anniversary); four children, Linda (and Tom) Rinn of Fredrick, CO, Mike (and Lisa) Stoll of Bloomington, Cathy (and AJ) Emrick of Morristown and Tim (and Lori) Stoll of Maple Grove; three grandchildren, Troy (and Katy) Roth of Faribault, Tracy Johnson (and fiancÚ, Brian Hoese) of Dundas and Noah Stoll of Maple Grove; two great grandchildren, Rick Johnson and Elizabeth Johnson of Dundas; two sisters, Mary Lou (and the late Luvern) Kough of Harlingen, TX and Rita (and Brian) Canney of Appleton, WI, one sister in law, Monica Hines of Rochester; and several nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
   She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Robert Hines.
   Memorials are preferred to the Lupus Foundation.
 


Guest Book Memories Will Be Recorded Below



Name:
Dick & Pat Mehrwin - Holiday Rambler #39484, Emeritus
Email:
Date:
Thursday February 28, 2008

Memories

To the family, We are saddened to hear of your loss. We worked with both Dean & Beverley at many Holiday Rambler Rallies. She was a wonderful person, a good friend. She will be missed in the club. Though not active these past years, the Stolls were a part of what made our club what it is today. God Bless,


Name:
Janel (Weinkauf) Andersen
Email:
janelca0515@yahoo.com
Date:
Wednesday February 20, 2008

Memories

Thinking of you at this time.


Name:
Jerry and Ruth Weinkauf
Email:
jerru61@aol.com
Date:
Monday February 18, 2008

Memories

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.


Name:
Janet & Art Felker
Email:
jfelker@bresnan.net
Date:
Monday February 18, 2008

Memories

Dean and family - I am soooo sorry for your loss of Bev. We have been thinking of all the memories of long ago. Mostly the Jaycees and all the events and conventions we all attended. Sooo much fun!!!!! We haven't seen you and Bev for a long time - but - would always look forward to the emails from the two of you and kinda try to catch up on our lives. I am going to miss Bev alot - and you will be in our thoughts and prayers. I wish the two of you could have come back to visit us in Wyoming again. We will be thinking of you and your family on the 21st. Jan and Art Felker


Name:
Chuck & Fern Kubalsky
Email:
fernsky@rgv.rr.com
Date:
Friday February 15, 2008

Memories

Dean We're so sorry for your loss. We want you to know you and yours are in our thouhts and prayers. We enjoyed both of you at Camp Faribo. Gods Blessings Chuck & Fern


Name:
Cynthia "Cindy" Packard
Email:
purplepeak@comcast.net
Date:
Friday February 15, 2008

Memories

Dean and family, my heart goes out to you for the loss of Bev. Dean, you might remember me as Miss Faribault 1962. You and Bev were my chaperones to many events and I remember those days fondly. You two were such supportive chaperones and I enjoyed your company immensely. Although it's been many years since I have seen you both, the faces and memories are very clear. I know the days ahead will be difficult, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and that time will ease the pain but never erase the beautiful memories. In Sympathy, Cindy Packard