Beverly Ann (Sanders)
Aug 21,1 958 - Dec 9, 2014
Submitted by: Ann Weber
Beverly Ann Walkup, 56, of Blanchard, died Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at her home. The daughter of Billy Joe “B.J.” Sanders and Goldie Marie (Durbin) Sanders, she was born August 21, 1958 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma.
She worked many years for FAA and retired as a contract specialist. In her spare time, she enjoyed camping and fishing. Beverly loved her family and her dogs.
She was preceded in death by her father.
Beverly is survived by her husband, Flint Walkup; her son, Michael Chad Sluder, of Blanchard; her step-daughter, Stephanie Birkhead and her husband, Scott, of Texas; her mother, Goldie Sanders, of Blanchard; one grandson, Ian Birkhead, of Texas; her sister, Renee Reeves and her husband, Jim, of Blanchard; and many other loved ones and friends.
A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Eisenhour Funeral Home of Blanchard. Online obituary and guestbook are available at www.eisenhourfh.com.
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