Beverley Fleming Obituary, Death – Mount Jackson, Virginia resident Beverley H. Fleming died on January 24, 2023, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. After a long and hard battle, Beverley H. Fleming died quietly while asleep. Beverley’s coworkers called him Dad, Uncle Bev, and even Bill throughout his career. Most common was fatherhood. Funeral
Valley Funeral Ceremony in Edinburg will host the memorial service on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 at 2:00 p.m., the day following the deceased’s birthday. Pastor Chad Estep will be the master of ceremonies. Beverley graduated from Triplett High School in Mount Jackson, Berea College, and George Washington University. Three degrees focused on public administration. All three milestones were achieved in 1947. He led each alumni association. He met his wife while working for the US Federal Government in several Civilian Human Resource capacities,
including a stint at the Pentagon in the 1960s. At the Pentagon, he worked. He also worked civilianly at the Pentagon during this time. However, most of his greatest professional achievements occurred after he left the field. His accomplishments were mostly like this. He was the Chairman of the Shenandoah County Electoral Board, served two terms as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, spent 20 years as a substitute teacher at North Fork Middle School, was the President of the Virginia Alliance for the Mentally Ill,
served on the Board of Directors for Northwestern Community Services, was an adjunct instructor for Lord Fairfax Community College (Laurel Ridge Community College) teaching inmates at the regional jail, and served as an ad Likewise, He has led several other communal and religious groups as president. He went in many directions, either figuratively or practically. Despite this, he always made time for his closest ties, including his husband, father, grandfather, and uncle. He always made time for them.
His loyal wife, Lillie (Eagles) Fleming, his brother and sister-in-law, Dudley and Karen Fleming, his children, Earl Pridgen and Melanie Miller, and his grandchildren, Leah, Tory, Logan, and Alexander (Xander) Pridgen, survive him. Earl and Melanie Miller, his children, survived him. He also lost Earl Pridgen and Melanie Miller. And many nieces and nephews she loves like her own children. His parents, Harold J. and Eva Elizabeth (Walters) Fleming, his brother and sister-in-law, Ripley and Becky, and his son Gran died before him. His immediate family had died. Only he survived his close family.