Beverly Dietrich

Born: Sun., Sep. 8, 1940
Died: Mon., Jun. 1, 2020

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Beverly Dietrich, 79, of Warren, passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020, at the Warren General Hospital. Beverly was born on September 8, 1940, in Meadville, PA, to the late Loyton B. and Mable E. (Johnston) Dietrich. Beverly worked as a nurse’s aide at the Keystone Nursing Home and was a member of the Emanuel Church of Christ. She was an avid doll collector and loved to crochet with her sister, Patricia. She was so loved by all members of her family, especially her nieces and nephews. She was always ready to care for her younger siblings and filled the role of mother for them. She will be dearly missed by them. Beverly is survived by her siblings, Ray (Diana) Campbell, of Butler, PA, Gerald Dietrich, of Colorado, Charles (Suzanne) Dietrich, of Lakewood, NY, Patricia Dietrich, of Titusville, PA, Kerry (Mary) Dietrich, of Meadville, PA, and Carol (Raymond) Keith, of Warren, PA; several nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews; her beloved cat, Buddy; and many friends. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The family has requested memorial contributions be made to Emanuel United Church of Christ, 1710 Pennsylvania Ave E, Warren, PA 16365 or to DaVita Warren Dialysis, 2 W Crescent Park, Warren, PA 16365. Those wishing to make online condolences may do so by visiting, www.petersonblickfuneralhome.com

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Arlene Barnett /Mark Wilson
   Posted Fri June 05, 2020
To the Dietrich family, we send our prayers and deepest sympathy. We have many memories of her as well as of Phyllis, Patty, Carol, and Carrie. My first memories of Beverly were when she and Phyllis moved to Warren and became a part of Warren Free Methodist Church. She was also the Aide caring for our great grandma at Keystone Nsg. Home. We always loved having her visit our home for a meal. She was so cheerful, loving, and kind. Even when coming out of a seizure she would have
a big smile and thanks for helping her. Then there were the years she brought the younger kids to Pleasantville Camp. We had so much fun playing games (Going to Jerusalem) in the big tent that was their home for 10 days. We saw her less often over the years but the sharing of love and memories was always there. We know she has been welcomed into her Heavenly Home and is now rejoycing with family and friends. I know her greatest desire is that each of you would be sure you are right with God so she can see each of you again.

Chavonne lewis
   Posted Tue June 09, 2020
So many words so many tears
You were a blessing to know and work for.
May you Rest In Peace always and you will forever be in my heart.

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