Born On: June 18, 1932

Passed On: March 14, 2019

Beverly June Babcock

Beverly June Babcock “Bev” age 86 was born on June 18, 1932 in Muskegon to the late Lloyd and Beatrice (Chester) Mack and passed away at home on March 14, 2019.  Bev was preceded in death by her husband of nearly 35 years, Leon Babcock; her daughter, Cynthia (Steven) Swanson; son Gregory Babcock; and a granddaughter, Corinne Wallace.  Surviving are two sons, Gary and Kevin Babcock; grandchildren, Kristen (Ray Jr) Reasoner, Bryan Swanson, Graham (Erica) Babcock, Nathan (Amber) Babcock; several great-grandchildren; her brother Donald (Diane) Doubles; sister, Judith (James deceased) Hall.  Bev was a member of the Muskegon Vikings Lodge, she enjoyed quilting, crocheting, reading and watching bull-riding.   According to her wish’s cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at the Vikings Lodge, 3132 Lakeshore Drive, in Muskegon on Sunday, March 30, 2019 from 12:00 noon until 2:00 p.m.  Interment will be next to her husband, daughter and son in Lakeside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to the Vikings Scholarship Fund or Harbor Hospice Foundation.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES, MUSKEGON (231)-722-5050

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


Viking Lodge
3132 Lakeshore Dr.
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

6 thoughts on “Beverly June Babcock

  1. Beth and Tom Jandt

    Mom you were such a great lady I remember up at the cabin the many times we sat around the fire singing songs and having such a great time. I remember when we were singing Patches and after we were done you said She Died? Bev you were one of a kind. We love and miss you. We’ll catch up to you in heaven.

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  2. Charles Muskovin

    I remenber when the girls would go to bevs house for the weekend. They would play games, watch movies and eat. I would bring chocolate dipped strawberries on saturday. My wife debbie would come home dead tired but rejuvinated. I know those weekend memories will be with them for a life time.
    Miss you.

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  3. Denise "Neener" Rundquist-North

    To the families of Bev Babcock, so sorry to learn of her passing. She was an amazing person. She enjoyed life to the fullest and had great time doing it. She had a gift to make everyone laugh. She will be missed. Keeping your famlies in thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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  4. Delicia Eklund

    You were a grandma to me. I loved your humor and laugh. You were fun and adventurous. I will never forget the countless hours spent with you at the cabin, watching movies, road trips, camping, boat rides, swimming (ahem), your use of a life preserver, the shenanigans we’ve heard ALL about. Your books on tape and your smile.
    Love you Grandma Bunny.

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  5. kim luttrull

    I am so sorry Kris for the loss of your Grandma, I have so many memories with her, too many to count. She is now in heaven laughing and joking with everyone. She sure loved to laugh and have fun. Rest In Paradise Bev and Cindy, better friends there never was, So many memories of the cottage., I will think of both of you with love and smile with memories. love you both beyond words

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  6. Erin Faught

    My deepest sympathies to Beverly’s family, I was so sad to hear of her passing. She truly was a beautiful person inside and out.

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