Sept. 11, 1954 — Jan. 20, 2013
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Bev, a long-time resident of Pollock Pines, peacefully walked-on, joining her son, Taj de Yarmin (Oct. 3, 1972 – March 21, 2011). She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Harmoni and Wysmar Clealand, and grandchildren, Claris (13) and Caleb (8), of South Florida. She also leaves behind her oldest grandson, Kai de Yarmin (19), son of the late Taj de Yarmin, of Pollock Pines; brother, Jim Willoughby of Oklahoma; and sister, Marcy Johnson.
Bev was very proud of her Native American heritage, enjoying every opportunity to share about her tribe, the Potawatomi Nation. Following many years of hard work and dedication, she retired from EID in 2008.
She is loved dearly and missed deeply by her family and friends.