Beverly Ann (Fulwider) Predki, 72, of Port Orange, FL passed away on Sunday July 5, 2020 after a long battle with Sarcoidosis and COPD. Beverly grew up in the Upper Valley, a proud member of Lebanon High School Class of ’65. Throughout her long administrative career, she worked for many businesses including 10 years with the Derry Police Department and pursued her dream of obtaining her cosmetology license in the mid-80’s. Doing hair for her friends and family over the years brought Beverly much joy. After moving back to Lebanon, she enjoyed working at the Lebanon Junior High Library until she retired and relocated to Port Orange. She loved spending time at the beach by the ocean, boating on Mascoma and Beaver lakes, and could be found poolside with friends frequently. Beverly was an avid Patriots fan, passing the love of the game and of the team onto her children and grandchildren.
Beverly is predeceased by her parents Olene and Wayne Fulwider, loving husband Theodore “Ted” Predki and her 4 precious dachshunds (Rudy, Reggie, Kallie and Digger Joe). She is survived by daughters Amy (Corrette) King, Ashley (Corrette) Carrier, son-in-law Steve Carrier, beloved grandchildren Alyson Hart, Ryan Hart and Kenzie King. She also leaves behind her loving sister Barbara Andrews, brother Charles Fulwider, and niece Jody Nelson.
A Celebration of Life for Beverly will be held in the Upper Valley in the coming weeks.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in her memory to the American Lung Association or the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research (www.stopsarcoidosis.org).