Beverly Rose Marshall
June 18, 1937 - December 26, 2022
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Tuesday 1/10, 2:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Krause Funeral Home New Berlin
12401 West National Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151
Tuesday 1/10, 5:00 pm

Earned her angel wings on December 26, 2022, at age 85. Loving big sister of Su. Marshall. Cherished godmother of Brittany Conti and Troy Lewan. Dear cousin of Kathy (Bob) Lewan, Ken (Jeri) Enk, Gordon (Elise) Enk, and Mike (Kathy) Enk. Beloved “adopted sister” of Tricia Kay and Michelle (Charlie Wille) Lane. Beverly is also…

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Joan Penzenstadler left a message on January 5, 2023:
Thoughts and prayers of support with you, Su. So glad Bev, you and I could experience David's wedding together. Peac.
Tricia Kay left a message on January 1, 2023:
It has been one of my life’s great blessings to know Beverly (my favorite number one adopted sister) for the last 55 years. She was a truly special person. The best of humankind. We are the richer for having known her, and the poorer for having lost her. Rest in peace my dear Beverly. Love, Tricia (your adopted sis)❤️
Brittany Conti left a message on January 1, 2023:
Sending my condolences to Su and the family. Beverly was such an amazing person and will be greatly missed. Not only was she my godmother but she was a very special person in my life. We had such a special connection and I cherish all the calls and laughs we had. Our love for animals always had us talking about our pets and their silliness. I remember being a little girl and her teaching me Bingo and other games. It will not be the same not having her in my life but I know she is spreading those wings to be a Guardian angel. You will always be missed Beverly Rose.- Love Brittany Rose
Carol L Riches left a message on December 31, 2022:
Su., family and friends....Bev, "6", was such a dear woman. Su. introduced us at a tai chi demonstration at Pewaukee Lake, and even though we did not spend enough time together over the years, her welcoming attitude was a warm embrace from that very first meeting. I count myself blessed to have known her. I will miss the lady I knew as "6". Wishing peace and comfort to all whose life she touched.
Judy Berthold left a message on December 30, 2022:
Bev and I retired the same day from Q&B and they even had a little party for us and we both received a glass bowl from Watt's as a remembrance. I would see her at Bingo at Potawatomi, usually on Wednesday nights as that session seemed to be very lucky for Bev. She was always very cordial to me even though we worked in different areas of law. The world has changed a lot since that 1/1/03 date, but I know Bev would have enjoyed those carefree years afterwards. Rest in peace Bingo sister. Judy Berthold
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Sandy Schmitz left a message on December 30, 2022:
It is a huge shock to learn of Bev's passing. We knew each other while working at the same law firm. May she rest in peace.
Dawn WILLIS left a message on December 30, 2022:
One of my favorite pictures!
Kathy Solum left a message on December 29, 2022:
I was shocked to hear of Beverly's passing. She and I were friends for almost 60 years, having met at the Quarles law firm. I will forever miss her. She was my best friend, and as we always said, we were "forever friends". Rest in peace, Beverly Rose.
Chris Clemins left a message on December 29, 2022:
Su., and all the Enk and Lewan Cousins: Mike and I were both shocked and saddened to hear about Bev's passing. I have such wonderful memories of Bev throughout my life. She always told it like it was, but with the utmost compassion and empathy. I appreciated that so much. She taught me a great deal about human intetaction. But I'll just never forget being a little girl and sitting under Grandma and Grandpa Enk's kitchen table (on 33rd Street) with Todd and I think Tim and waiting for change to "accidentally" drop onto the floor when the adults would play cards. Bev was always generous. Lol. I always thought it was so awesome that Bev loved her animals (furry family members) so deeply. That always brought a big smile to my face. And she was always well dressed, well-coiffed and had beautiful nails too. She took good care of herself AND OTHERS. Bev, you will never be forgotten. May there be casinos in Heaven!! Love, Christine
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