Born On: December 02, 1935

Passed On: June 20, 2019

Beverly J. Kosloski

Beverly Jean Kosloski, 83, beloved wife of 57 years to Arnold W. Kosloski, passed away on June 20, 2019 at Mercy Hospital in Muskegon, MI. She was born on December 2, 1935 in Lansing, MI. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, knitting, and sewing. She was a long-time member of the White Lake Eagles Auxiliary 3214 in Whitehall, MI and volunteered there for many years. She is survived by her husband; her fur baby, Major; children, Sandy (John) Seiler, Kathy Miller, Terry (Julie) Kosloski, and Larry Kosloski; grandchildren, Jayson Chapin, Jaymi Soule, Jessica Miller, Trisha Kosloski, Chelsey Kosloski; 12 great grandchildren; sisters, Shirley (Joe) Felice and Janet Johnson; brother, Edward (June) Miller; many in-laws, nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Raymond A. Miller and Margaret E. Miller; daughter, Debby S. Krey; brother, Richard E. Miller; daughter-in-law, Jeanette L. Kosloski. The family would like to invite you to a Celebration of Life ceremony on July 6, 2019 at the White Lake Eagles in Whitehall from 12 PM – 3 PM, luncheon provided. In lieu of flowers the family request that you donate to your local animal shelter. Services provided by Shoreline Memorial Services of Whitehall.

Shoreline Memorial Services of Whitehall

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


White Lake Eagles
1204 S. Lake St.
Whitehall, Michigan

Date: Saturday, July 06, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 03:00 PM

5 thoughts on “Beverly J. Kosloski

  1. Danny and Beverly Kosloski

    Our thoughts and prayers to all of Bevs family and friends,during the days ahead.Will never forget the laughs we had whenever we were around her. RIP

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  2. Ed Miller

    Rest in Peace Big Sister, your troubles and pain are over, now and forever. I am sorry that we cannot attend your Celebration of Life, however I will pause and spend a moment with you during that time. We are sorry for your quick departure and I will always remember the last time we all enjoyed each other at the lake. For Arnie and the rest of the family, June and I send our deepest sympathies and hope everyone the very best (including Major).

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  3. Gordon C Schrubbe

    Words cannot say the sorrow we feel. May god be your family in this time of need. We know Bev is in the hands of our savior we can now say “Well done good and faithful servant take you seat at the right hand of your father”

    Love Gordon and Margery Schrubbe

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  4. Russell and Denise Lee and familiesors

    We will be with you in Spirit, can’t make it, but would like to visit Michigan again some time soon! RIP Aunt Bev! We are glad you are no longer in any pain! Kathy you have done what a good daughter does! God Bless All of you Treasure your Memories! Aunt Bev will be missed! Love to hear from all of you even if it’s on Face Book. We have plenty of room for visits, just give us some notice if you ever want to make a trip out our way. We would love to show you around our neck of no woods! Ha! Ha!

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