Beverly Lynn McMahan/Sutherland: Dancer and Harley Rider
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Beverly Lynn McMahan/Sutherland was born on a Wednesday in Pryor, Oklahoma on the 7th of December in the Year 1960. She sadly passed on Thursday the 4th of February in the place she called home–Miranda, California.
She was 55 years old. She married her high school sweetheart on June 7th, 1978.This marriage lasted 18 years from which she had five children: Jacob McMahan, Clayton McMahan, Richard McMahan, Lindsay McMahan, and Breeanna McMahan. She spent the last four years of her life with her fiance “Georgie” Sutherland.
Her loved ones who passed before her were her mother Betty Bingham, her father Ben Bingham, and her brother Doug Bingham. And, of course, her much loved Casey dog.
She was survived by; Her fiance George Sutherland, her sister Glinda Ssims, and her brother Mike Bingham, also her children Jacob McMahan, Clayton McMahan, Richard McMahan, Lindsay Balliett, and Breeanna McMahan. Her grandchildren were Titus Balliett, Micheala McMahan, Kelsey McMahan, Makua Balliett, Cowen McMahan, Kellen Crosgrove Jr, Sawyer McMahan, Makena Balliett, Aiden McMahan, Samantha McMahan, Dawson McMahan, Carter Crosgrove and another soon to be born.
Some of the things she loved and enjoyed doing or being a part of were: Her Fiance Georgie Sutherland, her family (blood or not), and her dog Casey. She was also a high spirited woman who loved dance anywhere, but especially at the “Riverwood” and the “Angelina Inn”. She liked the feeling of the wind in her face and hair as she rode down the road on her Harley Davidsons. And just as much as any of these she loved to spend time with her grandchildren. She was a great cook, a school bus driver, a scrapbooker and a thriftonator. And she also enjoyed having a good time with friends and family, anytime anywhere.
There will be a celebration of life/ potluck to be held at Beginnings in Briceland on Saturday February the 13th at 1:00 pm. If anybody brings flowers, please no lilies. Mom couldn’t stand the smell of them.