ForeverMissed
Beverly Claire Seeley (1948-2022)
Beloved Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Daughter, and Friend

Beverly Claire Boll Seeley entered the eternal light of her heavenly Father August 19, 2022. Bev, also known as BCB, was born in Kodiak, Alaska, June 28, 1948, and was a longtime resident of Pensacola/Cantonment, Florida. Having great compassion for taking care of others, she was a registered nurse for thirty years. Bev’s church family was very important to her, and she was a beacon in the women’s ministry. She was an avid reader who extended her love for books to her church through establishing and operating the Central Chapel library. She also enjoyed painting, gardening, horseback riding, and traveling, especially to the Great Smoky Mountains, and she shared her love for the outdoors with her children and grandchildren. Bev’s light and spirit touched all she met, and she was a devoted wife, mother, and daughter of Christ. She loved all animals, especially horses and cats, and she had a particular fondness for speaking to them. She holds a special place in the hearts of many lifelong friends including her extended family.
Beverly is preceded in death by her mother Margaret Elizabeth Whitney Boll, her father Richard Lee Boll, her sister Elizabeth “Betsy” Frazier, and her loving husband Samuel Earl Seeley, to whom she was married for thirty-nine years. After becoming a widow in 2020, she lived with her daughter Elizabeth “Lisa” in McCalla, Alabama. She is also preceded in her passing by lifelong pet companions who brought her joy and whom she shared unconditional love, including Delilah, her beloved cat for twenty-two years (1999-2021), and Tuffy, her first pet and beloved childhood cat (1952-1962) whom she celebrated on “Tuffy Day” held on October 3rd every year.
Bev is survived by her daughters Elizabeth Brazelton (Marc) and Katherine Robinson (Lee), her sons Jimmy Milburn and Dean Seeley (Kristi), her brother Richard “Tiger” Boll (Cheryl), and grandchildren Max, Grant, Nicholas, and Lily Brazelton; Hunter and Brandon Robinson (Wendy); Harrison, Conner, and Mere Kasen Seeley.
A Life Celebration will be held for Bev on Sunday, September 4, 2022, at 2:00 P.M., Central Chapel Worship Center, 405 Beverly Parkway, Pensacola, Florida.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in her memory to Panhandle Equine Rescue in Cantonment, Florida at http://www.panhandleequinerescue.org or your favorite humane animal rescue program.

The Most Beautiful Horse in the Pasture 

By Tiger Boll 

Hard to say how many are there, looking across the field. Billions I’m told, beyond and counting. Each with its own appeal. But one that stands out, above the rest, the most beautiful horse I’ve seen! She illuminates, spreading love and kindness. To us all, she is the queen. 

What words could be said or stories be told, to tell of her love and fame? For just like our God and His creation, she gave everything a name. At first her dolls, then family pets, then her bike. But it did not stop there. Soon each car that she ever owned, was named with loving care. 

Growing up as child, her love for horse became obvious for all to see. Kids on her back, she’d whiny and snort, giving rides on hands and knees. That was the beginning, of the character she formed, and for a lifetime last. Throughout her life, she carried so many and even taught us to eat grass!  

The world is a much better place because of you sister, my most loving BC. Thank you for all the gifts you’ve given us. Even more those we do not see. You‘ve left us so much and gained even more, now being with the master. As we say our goodbye, please know you will always be … 

The Most Beautiful Horse in the Pasture




Posted by Kathie Goodrich on August 29, 2022
My dearest cousin! I remember looking up to you my whole life. You’ve been such a good role model for me and such an encouragement! You’ve taught me about the pure love of Jesus, and I saw his love shine through you to others. I knew I could always count on you I’m so grateful we’ve never lost touch all these years even though we’ve been thousands of miles away. You will be in my heart forever. Through good times and bad, you told me never to give up. May you soar in peace and happiness until I see you again.
Posted by Lisa Brazelton on August 24, 2022
May your light shine brightly in our hearts as you guide us throughout this earthly life until we see you again in Heaven. I know you are happy and healed and running through the glorious meadows surrounded by all who loved you, humans and animals. You touched so many lives and made this world a much better place. I am so proud and blessed that you were my mom, and I cherish every second we had had together. Thank You for your love and lessons in life. I LOVE YOU TO INFINITY and BEYOND MOM! SHINE BRIGHT MOMO--

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Posted by Kathie Goodrich on August 29, 2022
My dearest cousin! I remember looking up to you my whole life. You’ve been such a good role model for me and such an encouragement! You’ve taught me about the pure love of Jesus, and I saw his love shine through you to others. I knew I could always count on you I’m so grateful we’ve never lost touch all these years even though we’ve been thousands of miles away. You will be in my heart forever. Through good times and bad, you told me never to give up. May you soar in peace and happiness until I see you again.
Posted by Lisa Brazelton on August 24, 2022
May your light shine brightly in our hearts as you guide us throughout this earthly life until we see you again in Heaven. I know you are happy and healed and running through the glorious meadows surrounded by all who loved you, humans and animals. You touched so many lives and made this world a much better place. I am so proud and blessed that you were my mom, and I cherish every second we had had together. Thank You for your love and lessons in life. I LOVE YOU TO INFINITY and BEYOND MOM! SHINE BRIGHT MOMO--
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