In - Always in our hearts

  • Joy Leslie lit a candle on 10/20/2017:
    "Bev was our cousin, uncle Bill's eldest daughter. Uncle Bill lived with our parents for a few years and he was so proud of his girls. Both Bev and Joann were caring women, personally and professionally. Bev was loved and respected. Joy Leslie ( her Aunt Elma Christie's (Kerr ) daughter )"

  • Rubina Mohamed lit a candle on 10/19/2017:
    "The loss of someone dear to us is never easy. I hope all the cherished memories that you have of Bev Kerr brings you some light during this dark time. My deepest condolences." I worked as an admin for many years with Bev Kerr, she was the nicest person I have known, always had a smile on her face, she will be missed. May her soul rest in peace. Amen "

  • Jane Doody lit a candle on 10/17/2017:
    "We are saddened to hear that Bev passed away yesterday.. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We know how much she loved and enjoyed her family. Bev was sweet, kind and thoughtful and we know how much you will miss her. We have many good memories of Bev. May Bev rest in peace. Jane & Gerald"

About her

Beverley  Kerr

Beverley Kerr

Born: August 24th, 1945

Passed on: October 16th, 2017

KERR, BEVERLEY (“BEV”)- Born August 24th, 1945 at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, passed away October 16th, 2017 at Buchanan Lodge in New Westminster. Bev was predeceased by her parents, Pearl Wright in 1990 and William Kerr in 2001; and by her niece Rosanne Brandvold (nee Boychuk) in 2005. She is survived by her sister, Jo-Anne Boychuk; brother in-law Robert Boychuk; beloved nieces Robin Boychuk (partner Dan) and Rebecca Peters (husband Colin); and two special grand-nieces, Caleigh and Jaden and step grand-nephew, Ben.   Bev had a successful career as a social worker in the B.C. government’s Ministry of Children and Family Development. From 2007-2013, she worked as a child and youth advocate in the office of BC’s first Representative for Children and Youth.    Bev lived in Vancouver's West End for many years and enjoyed jazz music, her dog, “Jojo,” and travelling with her friends and family before being tragically afflicted with an aggressive form of dementia in 2014.  She will be missed terribly by all who knew and loved her.   We would like to thank the staff at Lakeshore Care Centre and Buchanan Lodge for their excellent care of Bev in the last year of her life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of B.C. in Bev’s name.  A gathering to celebrate Bev’s life will be held from 1:00-4:00PM on October 21st. Please contact Robin Boychuk at to RSVP confirming your attendance and for location details.