Beverly Ann (Reimann) Rasmussen

Born: Sat., Jan. 17, 1942
Died: Wed., Aug. 7, 2019


9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Wed., Aug. 14, 2019
Location: Pendleton Pioneer Chapel

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Thu., Aug. 15, 2019
Location: Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop

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Beverly Ann Rasmussen began her earthly journey January 17, 1942, in Pendleton, Oregon. After 77 years of seeking Jesus, on August 7, 2019, He escorted her through the gates of Heaven into the arms of her husband Lynn. Reunited with her parents Arthur and Rita (Warner) Reimann, her baby brother Wade and so many others, she can finally rest.

Bev was a jokester who made everyone feel loved and accepted. She had a pure heart for Jesus and truly was a friend to all. She graduated from Pendleton High School in 1960. She met and married her husband R. Lynn Rasmussen in September 1966. They raised a family and found retreat at their cabin in the mountains. Bev enjoyed watching her family play sports and hollering a yahooty of encouragement. Bev was a dedicated homemaker who cut all the neighbors' hair, cleaned and even roofed an occasional house to save up pennies for family adventures. She loved to travel, particularly to the beach, often joking her middle name was GO. After her children were raised she volunteered as an EMT and later worked in the scale house at the mill. Bev always had an ear to listen, a prayer to speak, a helping hand to lend or a nose to pick.

Bev was a bossy older sister of three siblings. She leaves behind Ronald and Jenelle who will reminisce of the laughs they once shared. She was a devoted and loving mother of four. Tim, Teri, Thad and Rick will cherish the memories of a head strong yet silly spirited woman they were blessed to call mom. All seven grandchildren, Chrissy, Lacy, Mitch, Gabby, Ashley, Marc and Hannah, will cherish the times of Gram pitching a tape ball, wrestling on the living room floor or sipping an ice cold Coke in the sunshine. Her three great-grandchildren, Cassidee, Cutter and Tenley, will learn their great-grandmother’s humor through the echoes of laughter heard through the hills of the cabin.

A lifetime resident of Pendleton and Pilot Rock, she will be missed by many but forgotten by none. Please join the family in celebration of Bev’s life at Pendleton Pioneer Chapel on Thursday, August 15th at 2 p.m. with a reception following at the Eagles in Pendleton. In lieu of flowers the family asks donations be made to the Eagles

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Holly Beers
   Posted Fri August 09, 2019
So sorry to hear of Bev's passing. She was a wonderful person. Thoughts and prayers for her family.

Tedde & Doug Holcomb
   Posted Fri August 09, 2019
Bev was such a kind, friendly person. Condolences to her family & friends.

Sheryl Thorp Hunter
   Posted Wed August 14, 2019
My dear cousin Bev....... I've idolized you since I was just a little girl. Your beauty, your crazy laugh, funny sense of humor and your knack for assigning nicknames (mine: yoyodanna). As our elder family members were passing on, you graciously hosted after service luncheon/get togethers for our family members at your home. I cannot ever express enough my appreciation for you taking on and setting up the Luncheon at Rooster's for after my moms service. I was lost and didn't know where to begin looking on such short notice and in the middle of Winter. You jumped right in for me and took it over. Your Love for the Lord shined through you as you showed Love and Compassion to all you came in contact with. I could go on forever with all that you were, all that we Loved/Love you so much for, those who knew you, already know. Rest in Peace Bev and I'll see you in Heaven.

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