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Beverly Anne Jamieson Rusch

 

April 11, 2018

Beverly (Bev) Anne Jamieson Rusch passed away at her home on April 3rd, 2018. Bev was born on August 15, 1929 in Park River, North Dakota to Anne Johnson and James W. R. Jamieson The first ten years of her life she lived with her family in Hogeland, Montana. She graduated from Chinook High School in 1947. Arthur Eugene Rusch and Beverly were married after he returned from serving in the Navy during World War II. They were married for 56 years. Both Art and Beverly were true patriots. Beverly had 4 children, Cynthia Anne, James Richard, Marcia Fay and Marilyn Kay. Beverly had a successful business career as the Office Manager of Jamieson Motors, Inc. for 45 years. She loved and lived in Chinook all her life.

The lives she touched and the impact she had on those lives is fascinating and impressive. If you talk to her family and friends you will hear countless stories of her zest for life. She loved and was proud of her large family. She had a true love for all music, her favorite singer being Frank Sinatra. She loved to tell jokes, but unfortunately could never remember how many of the jokes ended and had to pull out a piece of paper and read the punch line. Still, everyone laughed!

Beverly was proceeded in death by her husband; Arthur, her parents; Anne & Jim Jamieson, Loretta & Dick Rusch, brothers; Don & Keith Jamieson, John Rusch, sister; Marion Rusch Gray, nephew; Jim Jamieson and great-grandson; Austin Bucklin.

Survivors include her children; Cynthia (Dave) Illingworth, Irvine, CA, Richard (Pat) Rusch, Bozeman, Marcia (Frank) Overcast, Chinook and Marilyn (Steve) McLain, Havre; 18 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchild, sister; Avis Wilcox Jamieson, cousin; Anon Forrest and many nieces and nephews.

Beverly will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

The family asks that donations be sent to Chinook Presbyterian Church, Chinook PAWS or to a charity of your choice.

Arrangements were made by Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook.

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