Beverly  Trude

Obituary of Beverly Adene Trude

Beverly Adene (Addleman) Trude was born in Eugene Oregon on December 5, 1937 to Delbert and Hazel Addleman. Beverly graduated from Eugene High School in 1955. She married Verlon Trude on January 12, 1957 at Santa Clara Church of Christ in Eugene Oregon. He preceded her in death in 2004.


Beverly served as head of the Pre-school department at Santa Clara Church of Christ, as well as pianist for several years where she attended. In more recent years she attended Countryside Christian Fellowship and Brownsville Christian. 


She worked as Service Department dispatcher and secretary at Automatic Heat Company and was a homemaker.


Beverly enjoyed reading, scrap booking, shopping, doing word search puzzles, coloring, and making greeting cards. She enjoyed her ladies bible study group every Thursday, going to lunch and shopping with the ladies.


She is survived by her daughters: Deb (Russ) Nielsen – Sandi Doherty – Cathy (Rick) Johnson – Christa (Greg) Watson – Shari (Matt) Poindexter;


Grandchildren: Amy Johnson – Ann Johnson – Brandon (Marggi) Muniz – Abbie Galbraith – Kevin Doherty – Kristopher (Rose) Johnson -– Samantha (Eric) Fettig -––  Emilie (Peter) Block –– Ashley (Drew) Hunter ––  Eli Hoss – Jamison Poindexter – Caylie Poindexter;


Great Grandchildren: Brittany Brennen - Ethan & Kaylie Johnson – Colton & Jaxon Doherty – Camden Block – Kennedy Fettig;


Great Great Grandchildren: Brailynn Branden – Mira Rose Contreras


Proceeded by: Delbert & Hazel Addleman – Dwight Addleman –

Ken Doherty – Dustin Contreras


Celebration of Life service to be held 2 pm, Saturday, September 23, 2023 at Santa Clara Church

175 Santa Clara Avenue, Eugene , Oregon

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