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Obituary for Beverly McCubbin Chinburg

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Beverly McCubbin Chinburg

February 25, 1932 - September 5, 2012

On September 5, 2012 Beverly McCubbin Chinburg died at her home.Beverly (Beve) was born February 25, 1932 in Gowrie Iowa to W.F. (Mac)And Jessie (Vote) McCubbin.She graduated from Gowrie High School. Beve married Richard L. Chinburg in 1950. She is survived by her daughter Marty Williams (Mike)Oklahoma, three Grandchildren, Cole Veibell Ogden, Utah. MeganStanolis, Jones, Oklahoma and Marcus Williams, US Air ForceCharleston South Carolina. Four great grandchildren- Matt, Michelle,Lucy, & Ashton. Son In law, Lyle Veibell, Layton, Utah. One sister,Phyllis Dunn, Riverdale, Utah and many relatives and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, Michelle VeibellOne sister & three brothers.Please send us your condolences and a memory at


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Born: February 25, 1932
Died: September 5, 2012

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Carl Cloward posted on 9/10/12

Beve oh Beve what a dear friend. It was so easy for us to become good friends, right from the first moment we met. Working along side Beve was a joy and she made the hard days easier. I was fortunate to have talked with Beve recently after not having seen her for many years. She sounded great just like I remembered; she said the nicest things to me; it was very heart warming. It is just like her to bring joy to others even in her most difficult times. I called her to buoy her up and she was the one who lifted my spirits. Thank you Beve for being my friend you will not be forgotten.Love alwaysCarl


Robin Bell posted on 9/9/12

Beve just got hired at Sports Molding in Clearfield UT and I was to train her on running the molding machines and on how to pull goggles on our injection molding machines. You could tell her hands hurt and I was a bit of a shrew and one day she told me, 'Robin, my hands hurt?' to which I said, 'well, I am sorry about that...' pause.... and she just looked at me and smiled and laughed and said, 'Guess that's just too bad, huh?' So began a friendship.. well more than a friendship...she was like a mother to me... a mentor... a soul sister!! Laughter... so so much laughter. We worked together every day for I think five years. My husband helped her move into her apartment. I was there with her when Mick got sick and had surgery and was at the hospital. She was with me when I was pregnant with my first child and I had wanted my mom to go with me to see his first ultrasound. My mom wasn't there, but Beve was there and we were both so amazed and excited. She stood by my side and held my hand and we cried, and we talked about it for days. She kept saying she had never seen anything like that. Neither had I! There is more... the time we went to Wendover to gamble and I won big on the Keno machine and she was so excited. She said, "What pattern did you use?" And a few minutes later she won big using the same pattern. We were both so excited we were whooping it up on the inside, then she was like, don't make too big of a deal or everyone will know" Beve you sly woman! Cole, Marcus, Megan...she talked about you endlessly. I knew you all very well. She spoke of you all the time. And you Marty.. I know you also by the love she shared. I will never in a bazillion years forget what she has meant to me in my life. Gentle hugs and love to you all!!Love, Robin Bell


Dora Perez posted on 9/8/12

I will miss you! Your friend


Randy Kopecky posted on 9/8/12

Dearest Marty, Randy and I send our deepest sympathies. So very sorry your mom is gone . Hope her passing was easy. I know you will miss her, but she is with the Lord and with Michelle once again. Isn't that a wonderful thought. God always has ways to make this part of life a little easier. It is always difficult, but with God at your side, you will make it through this. Always keep your mother's love in your heart. Be a peace, for your mom goes to the glory of the Kingdom of Heaven! Much love and sympathy from Randy and Jodi \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\