KENNEBUNK — Beverly M. Eames, 90, of Wilton, passed away on Thursday, Nov. 9, at Huntington Common in Kennebunk.

Beverly was born in Wilton on April 29, 1927, the daughter of Cleon Mosher and Bernice Thompson Mosher. She attended schools in Wilton and graduated from Wilton Academy in June, 1944. She married Dana Eames of Newry on Aug. 19, 1944.

She worked at G.H. Bass & Company for several years and later worked at Franklin Savings Bank in Wilton. For many years she was a supervisor for Shaklee Corporation, from which she retired in 2000. Beverly was an active member of the United Methodist Church. She loved hunting, fishing, camping, gardening and outdoor activities with Dana and her family. She particularly loved music & dancing and spent countless hours playing the piano and keyboard. Beverly was well known by friends and family for her wonderful musical talent and entertainment that she provided. She especially loved socializing with friends, her bowling league, tennis lessons and sharing plants and vegetables from her garden. Beverly was very active in her community.

Surviving her are two daughters, Bronia Koch of Tucson, Ariz. and Janet Johnson and her husband, David, of Waterboro. In addition she had three grandsons, Ethan Johnson and his wife, Allyson, Aaron Johnson and his wife, Kelley and Jonathan Johnson and his wife, Faye; eight great-grandchildren, Matthew, Kylie, Hayden, Zachary, Samuel, Andrew, Benjamin and Charlotte; a niece, Nancy Averill; and a nephew, Mark Averill. Beverly was predeceased by her sister, Eleanor, and her dear husband, Dana, in June of 2014.

Beverly enjoyed her life in Wilton with her family and friends until January, 2016. At that time she was moved closer to her family in Kennebunk. She will always be remembered as a kind and loving mother, grandmother, aunt, friend and neighbor by all who had the blessing to know her.

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