Beverly Jean Blagg age 84 formerly of Coffeyville, passed away on February 22, 2019 at Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, TX.
Beverly was born on June 26, 1934 in Kansas City, KS to Harold and Beatrice (Grigsby) Short. She attended Roosevelt Elementary and graduated from Wyandotte High School. She began her working career as a bank teller there in the Kansas City Metro. She met Buddy Blagg and they were united in marriage in 1952. To this union the couple was blessed with three children. The family made Coffeyville their home in 1966. Beverly continued her work with various banks and retired as a Bank Officer. Beverly always enjoyed riding motorcycles with Buddy, they were members of the Christian Motorcycle Association and Retreads. One of her favorite rallies was the “Changing of the Colors Rally” in Mena, AR. After Buddy’s passing she learned to drive the motorhome on her own and she would venture off to Mt. Rushmore where she would work the tourist season and then head the motorhome south to Yuma Arizona where she wintered. She also enjoyed reading and rarely missed her daily Bible reading. She loved spending time and keeping up with her grandchildren and great-grands.
Beverly’s memories will live on with her children, Brent Blagg his wife Roxie, Brenda Smith her husband Michael and Bridget Everett, brother, Harold Short Jr his wife Judy, grandchildren, Erik Blagg his wife Christa, Andy Blagg his wife Blaire, Brandon Blagg his wife Labrina, Tara Blagg, Jennifer Letcher her husband Henry, Jeff Mohr his wife Jena, Joshua Smith his wife Athena, and Chris Cain, 15 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild.
She now rests with her parents, her husband Buddy, daughter-in-law Amy Blagg and grandson Kyler Blagg.
Graveside services will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019 at Spring Hill Cemetery at 11:00am. Friends are invited to sign the register and greet the family on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. The family suggests memorials be made payable to the American Legion Riders Post 20 Scholarship Fund and they may be sent in care of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel 2405 Woodland Ave Coffeyville, KS 67337. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit www.fordwulfburnschapel.com
I remember Mrs. Blagg at Central Baptist! She was so nice! My thoughts and prayers are with your family!
Pamela McClenningCoffeyville, KS
My prayers and thoughts are with you all!! She was a very wonderful person!!
Brenda HandshumakerCoffeyville, KS
Dear family, I will always have great memories of riding my bike from our house to Uncle Bud’s and Aunt Beverly’s house in Indian Village. Their home was always welcoming. I will miss her quiet and loving spirit! God bless you all, Nancy.
Nancy (Barnard) DiveleyCaney, KS
I also enjoyed Beverly. She was such a pleasant Person. I always admired Her strength and kindness. I've missed Her since She moved from Coffeyville.
Kathy SeigelCOFFEYVILLE, KS
My condolences to the Blagg family. Beverly took me under her wing and taught me the ropes at Coffeyville State Bank many years ago. Such a sweet and special lady.
Phil NeelyCoffeyville, KS
My condolences, Brent I remember you telling me about your mother driving to Texas in her motor home, I was so amazed! She truly lived her life.
Wendy Schmidt-StrukelGirard, KS
Beverly KnewtsonNixa, MO
SUCH A SWEET LADY. I REALLY ENJOYED WORKING WITH HER AT THE BANK. SHE WILL BE MISSED.
LINDA PIPPINCOLLINSVILLE, OK
Your mother was a very special lady and will be missed by many. Prayers for all your family. Peace and comfort and hold your memories close
Jo Lynn (OWEN) Falknercoffeyville, KS
My heart goes out to everyone during this difficult time. Lift Beverly up and celebrate her life!!
Tammy AndersonOdessa, TX
Beverly was a wonderful person & a big influence while I was growing up in KC. The Blaggs were our neighbors & our best friends. I’m sure our parents are delighted to be together with Buddy & Beverly. I hope card games are allowed in heaven. Blessings to you all.
Marty WelschFort Collins, CO
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. God bless you.
Cindy WhitleyOdessa, TX
I remember Bev's determination to be independent. When I tried to help her by moving a chair closer to her, she almost fought with me LOL because she wanted to do it for herself. As I get older now, I can appreciate her determination and tenacity to always do for herself. That is something to be admired. We all miss you Bev.
Kathy BaughmanEnid, OK
Thinking bout your family at this time.
Mike WilsonValley Center, KS
Sending love and prayers to the Blagg family. We were all blessed by Beverly. She will be missed.
Brooke HansenSalina, KS
I remember your mom and dad when they lived in Indian Village. So sorry to hear about her passing.
Jim PercivalHot Springs, AR
Our family will always have fond memories of Beverly and Buddy through their many works in the Central Baptist Church in Indian Village, Coffeyville and remembering them smiling as they'd be on another trip with their motor cycle group. The blessings they brought to others are many and Beverly and Buddy will be missed.
Dale & Joan (Elsheimer) BlaggCoffeyville, KS