She was born January 10, 1930 in Eureka, Calif. to Harry and Hattie Stutchman. She was preceded in death by her two brothers and one sister, husband, Otis Trull; daughter, Cynthia (Trull) Querfurth; son-in-law, Bill Ruzanski and four grandchildren.
She graduated from Eureka High School and attended Humbolt State University, receiving a teaching degree though she did not end up teaching. She was also an accomplished singer and talented writer. She was blessed with great strength, great intellect, and great humanity. These gifts eventually lead her to the profession of nursing.
After a brief first marriage, she found the love of her life in 1954. Beverly and Otis were married soon after and lived in Trinity County, Calif. where they ran a gold mining claim and raised their children. After losing him to leukemia in 1975, she lived as a widow for 40 years. She was also a cancer survivor of 30 years. In order to be closer to her children and grandchildren, she moved to Thompson Falls permanently in 1988.
She is survived by daughter, Lois Ruzanski; sons, Brock Trull, Mike Trull, and Jerry Trull; son-in-law Chris Querfurth and by dozens of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her loss is grieved and her memory honored by countless friends and family members.
A memorial celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 7 at the Plains Assembly of God Church with refreshments and fellowship to follow.
The family asks that anyone wishing to send flowers have them delivered to the church on Friday as the service is early on Saturday.