Beverly Alwayne Rush, 88, of Amarillo, TX died Saturday, January 9, 2021.
Services will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd. Burial will follow at 2:30 p.m., in Texhoma Cemetery in Texhoma, TX. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.
Beverly was born October 12, 1932, Amarillo, TX to Rufus Percy and Idean Hamilton. She grew up in the Coldwater Community during the dust bowl days and had many interesting stories to tell. She graduated from Clayton, NM High School in 1951.
She attended Draughn’s Business School after graduation. She worked for Dr. Charles Sadler, an orthopedic surgeon, for many years. She then worked for Diamond Shamrock until her retirement.
She was a highly gifted artist and was involved in china painting. She was also involved in Desk and Derrick. She loved to travel and had many wonderful trips with her cousins.
She was preceded in death by her father and mother.
She is survived by her daughter, Cindy Bell and husband Craig; son, Ronald Brent Rush and wife Susie; granddaughter, Kristin Wylie and husband Austin; great-grandsons, Lincoln and Maxton; and grandson, Marcus Barnes.
4 Replies to “Beverly Alwayne Rush”
Beverly was such a sweet person and will be dearly missed. We both grew up in the Bunkerhill/Coldwater communities and also worked together for several years at Diamond Shamrock. I saw her just before COVID hit and we had a brief, but comforting visit. I’m so glad for that time together.
Sweet Beverly will be truly missed by friends and family. A wonderful blessing with always a kind and peaceful soul.
What a lovely person. Although we never met, she certainly was pleasantly discussed in the most loving way by Brent and Susie. Interesting Beverly also had been to dinners with my dad.
Beverly, please know you were the recipient of ardent prayers while on my knees. You were loved by your family and friends and always by Jesus. DJ
Beverly & I enjoyed Desk & Derrick for many years. We traveled to regional & international meetings. She had a kind spirit & all who knew her loved her. Prayers & love for the family.