Beverly Jean ‘Bev’ Casey
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Services will be Oct. 19 for Beverly Jean “Bev” Casey, 76, a Tracy resident since 1957 who moved to Golden LivingCenter Portside in Stockton 10 months ago. She died Aug. 28.

Born Jan. 10, 1937, in Dinuba as the youngest of five siblings, Mrs. Casey was a longtime member of Grace Church in Tracy. She was a deaconess, sang in the choir, served on the hospitality team and worked in the women’s ministry. She also worked several years for House of Fabrics and Joann’s Fabrics.

Survivors include her husband, Robert Casey of Tracy; three sons, Ken Casey of Tracy, Robert Casey, and his wife, Sandy, of Poway and Ron Casey, and his wife, Eppie, of Portland, Ore.; a brother, John Dillon, and his wife, Dorothy, of Fresno; and two grandchildren.

The Oct. 19 memorial service will begin at 10 a.m. at Grace Church, 1330 N. Tracy Blvd. Burial will follow at a later date in the Seventh-day Adventist cemetery near Dinuba.

Contributions in Mrs. Casey’s name may be sent to Tracy Grace Church Building Fund, 1330 N. Tracy Blvd., Tracy, CA 95378.

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