ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Beverly Landrigan 94 years old, born on June 6, 1926 and passed away on January 12, 2021, at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. 

Beverly was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was pre-deceased by her first loving husband and father of her children William Keefe in 1978.

Beverly was blessed in life when she found love again and married John Landrigan in 1987. Their happy union lasted until 2002 when he passed.

She was a master bridge player who was preceded by her reputation and the wonderful smell of her Estee Lauder perfume. 

She was a faithful Catholic and wonderful human who taught all who knew her lessons in grace, strength, faith, and humility.

Beverly will be sorely missed but her lessons and memory will live on. Her presence on this earth will continue through her children and grandchildren.

Beverly had hoped to donate her earthly remains to the Forensic Anthropology Center of the University of Tennessee to be utilized to help law enforcement and researchers train on human remain detection and identification. Unfortunately, this hope was unable to be realized because of the pandemic. She would have wanted you to donate to a charity of your choice in lieu of flowers.

We will remember her forever.
Posted by rachel wolfson on January 13, 2021
you were deeply loved and will be sorely missed grammy
Posted by Martin Wolfson on January 13, 2021
You will be missed!
Posted by connie wolfson on January 13, 2021
love you mom

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Posted by rachel wolfson on January 13, 2021
you were deeply loved and will be sorely missed grammy
Posted by Martin Wolfson on January 13, 2021
You will be missed!
Posted by connie wolfson on January 13, 2021
love you mom
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Shared by Karen Pascal on January 18, 2021
Beverly was a second mother, another sister, and a very very dear friend of mine for 54 years. She always had a young spirit and I would tell her "I want to be you when I grow up." When I first met her she had beautiful auburn hair and pretty brown eyes. I assumed Ken inherited his auburn hair from his mother. However, a few months later she had beautiful blond hair like her son Mark's. Beverly was always there during my highest of highs. She gave me my first wedding present, shared her favorite recipes with me, and made an exquisite chocolate Groom's cake for our reception. She was also there for my lowest of lows.
I took care of my very sick husband and mother for several years. Periodically I would need to come to Memphis to manage issues related to my mother's house, health, and finances. Knowing I needed a little pampering she would take me to her hair dresser as soon as I arrived in town. I remember one time we returned to her house after an appointment and she declared
"Now we're going to diet!"
I told her "Oh no, I'm too stressed to start a diet now. She said "No we're going to dye it". I had forgotten how good she was at coloring hair. When people would ask me how I met her my response was always "I dated her son in high school. I didn't keep him but I kept her." Yes, Beverly was a real keeper. I will always keep her in my heart and my soul now. 

Karen Coffey Pascal



Shared by Shelly Rainwater on January 18, 2021
My Mom, Carolyn Hough Bridges, is Beverlys first cousin. While I don't know any of her family, I had the peasure of seeing Beverly a couple of times a year for many, many years at our church fundraiser dinners at Little Flower/St. Therese. It was always wonderful to see her smiling face, and her independent spirit was inspiring.  She was loved, and will be missed. 
Shelly Bridges Rainwater

Estee Lauder

Shared by connie wolfson on January 13, 2021
Estee Lauder might go out of business now.