Beverly A. Ebert of Amery died Nov. 7, 2020, at Golden Age Manor in Amery. She was 76.

Beverly was born June 12, 1944 in Yakima, Wash. to parents, Alvin and Helen (Cox) Glenna. She attended Unity Schools graduating in 1963. Beverly worked a short time at Duncan YoYo in Frederic and then worked many years as a waitress and chef at the Lagoon Supper Club in St. Croix Falls. After her time at the Lagoon she worked as a nurse’s aide at Maple Manor in New Richmond before retiring. She loved sewing, crafts and was a talented artist. She was also known for her “no one had an empty cup of coffee.”

Beverly is survived her daughter, Lanette (Tim) Hatch of Knapp and son, Mark (Tammy) Ebert of Luck; sister, Anita (Chuck) Siltberg of Dresser; brothers, Ellery (Lois) Glenna of Milltown and Gale (Shirley) Glenna of Milltown; her five grandchildren, Ashley, Joshua, Erica, Chastity and Jared as well as her five great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, Alvin and Helen.

A memorial visitation took place Nov. 16 at Grandstrand Funeral Home in Osceola. A family interment will take place May 1, 2021, at the Balsam Lake Cemetery in Balsam Lake.

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