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Bev Martin

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April 30, 1963 - November 17, 2023

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Beverly Ann Martin, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She peacefully departed from this world on November 17, 2023, at age 60, surrounded by the love of her family. She will be lovingly remembered and survived by her husband Tim, daughters Raschelle (Patrick), and Justine (Matthew), grandchildren Anne, Braxton, Blakely, and Noah, and brother Roger (Tina) Fryza, and sisters Carol (Jack) Boyer, and Lynn Roche, as well as her many nieces and nephews. Her parents, John and Edna (Swan) Fryza, predeceased her.


Born on April 30, 1963, in Stonewall, Manitoba, Beverly lived a life filled with compassion, joy and unwavering love. She was a pillar of strength for her family and an inspiration for all who knew her. Her kindness touched the lives of many, and her legacy will continue to live in the hearts of those she leaves behind. She had a great sense of humour even in the toughest of times.


Beverly graduated from Stonewall Collegiate. After high school, she studied at Red River College and had a successful career as a Senior Insurance Underwriter. Throughout her career, she persevered to improve herself and took several business and insurance courses to enhance her skills. Over the years, she made many work friends and was a mentor for new employees.


She loved spending time with her family. She was a devoted single mom for many years. She loved spending time with Grandma Hazel and family friends at Lake Brereton. Her grandchildren were her greatest joy and kept her going in times when she needed strength. Bev found true love with her husband, Tim. Bev and Tim were married in July of 2003. She looked forward to winter getaways with him. Dipping her feet in the ocean, taking long walks on the beach, and adventuring on self-guided excursions. She especially enjoyed treating her family to a trip to Mexico in 2019.


Bev was a dedicated advocate for breast cancer. She fought for awareness, education, and support for those affected by this terrible disease. She was a top fundraiser for CIBC Run for the Cure for a few consecutive years. Beyond her advocacy work, she found comfort and joy in nature. This included walking, hiking and her great love for blueberry picking. Additionally, she was an avid runner who participated in many running events, including six half marathons. She was incredibly proud of the Niverville half marathon that she completed shortly after following the difficult treatments for her first bout of breast cancer.


Faith was very important to her, and she found great solace in Psalm 23 (The Lord is my shepherd). She enjoyed going to Calvary Temple and Oasis Church. She was proud of reading through the entire bible. She instilled the Lord's values and teachings in her daughters and was proud of seeing them live a life where Christianity was foundational to their own family.


A memorial service will be held on Monday, November 27, at 2:00 pm at Calvary Temple, 440 Hargrave Street. A burial service will take place at 11:00 am at Monominto Cemetery. Multiple blood transfusions played a crucial role throughout the many treatments Bev underwent. If you would like to honour her memory, the family kindly requests donations to Canadian Blood Services in her name. 


A big thank you to the Health Sciences Centre staff and palliative care team, especially Anna. We appreciate the care and compassion that was provided during her last days.


Beverly's family kindly requests that all of her friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour her memory by sharing photos, memories, and stories, using the comment section on this page.


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530 St. Mary Avenue - Winnipeg

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