We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Kroeger Funeral Home
Beverly Lynn Biehl, 54, of Logansport passed away surrounded by both her birth and Camelot Care family on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
She was born on July 22, 1967, in Frederick, Maryland to her loving parents, Bill and Betty Newbold Biehl.
Bevy lived a full and happy life surrounded by people who loved her. Bevy made her family strong and everyone she met better people. The minute she smiled at you, she had you wrapped around her little finger. Her whole body shook when she laughed. She loved watching and interacting with people and being in the middle of everything.
Bevy leaves behind an older sister, Barbara (Carl Schafer) and younger brother, Brian. She listened attentively to every book they read to her. She happily laid on the playroom floor amongst toys and friends. She was played around and played on. Barbie dolls would include her in their adventures and matchbox cars would zoom over her. She especially liked being placed in the middle of the bed as her brother and sister would bounce around her.
She was often cared for by her Aunt Linda and Uncle Kenny Snyder. She welcomed into her family nieces and nephews, including Roman, Kristie, George, and Hannah, and cousin, Jackie.
In 1974, Beverly was the very first resident of Camelot Care Center which became her home for 48 years. There she had an extended family of administrators, nurses, and volunteers who loved and cared for her. Bevy did not need to use words to say she loved you. She showed love through her bright eyes, smiles, and laughter. She will be missed and remembered by many.
Calling hours will be from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., on Friday, June 10, 2022, followed by a Quaker Meeting Memorial Service at Kroeger Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions can be the Cass County Camelot Foundation, Inc., 214 Fourth Street, Logansport, IN 46947.