Obituary of Beverly Ann Warshaw
Beverly Ann Warshaw, 86, of Sarasota, Florida, passed away peacefully at her home on July 9,2022. She was born on August 2, 1935, to the late Harold and Lenore (Johnson) Larson of Portland, CT.
After graduating high school, Beverly became an X-Ray technologist in which she practiced for forty years. She worked at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City as well as medical offices in Middletown, Guilford, and Essex Connecticut.
Throughout her life Beverly was a loving mother and enjoyed being with others. One of her favorite activities was boating, where she spent many of her summers on Long Island Sound. Beverly was also very involved in her community. She was President of “The Sisterhood” for four years at the Congregation Adath Israel in Middletown, Connecticut. While in Sarasota, Beverly was President of the Resident Council at Baha Oaks in Sarasota for one year; President of the Resident Council at Savanna Grand for three years as well as secretary for one year; secretary of the Connecticut Club of Sarasota for four years. Her leadership helped the formation of “The Welcoming Committee” for Aravilla Senior Living Facility.
Beverly was predeceased by her husband, Robert H. Warshaw and her brother Robert Larson. She is survived by her son Robert Warshaw, his wife Sandra and their two daughters Paige and Emma of Portland, Connecticut, grandson Adam Warshaw and his wife Juliana and great grandson Liam Warshaw of Frisco, Texas and granddaughter Katelyn Warshaw of New Braunfels, Texas. She is also survived by her sister in-law Pam Larson, nephews Jonathan and Jimmy, and nieces Caroline, and Kate.
A private memorial and burial service will be held at the Sarasota National Cemetery.
Beverly’s family would like to thank Tidewell Hospice for their support during her final days. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make an online donation to Tidewell Hospice at https://tidewellfoundation.org/donate
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