Beverly Jo Tehel

September 9, 1953 - December 10, 2007

09/09/1953 - 12/10/2007

Past Services

Visitation
Thursday December 13, 2007
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions
Service
Friday December 14, 2007
11:00 am
Bayside Presbyterian Church
1400 Ewell Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA
757-422-4000 | Directions

Virginia Beach: Beverly Jo Tehel, 54, passed away Monday, December 10, 2007, at her residence following a long illness.

Beverly was born in Portsmouth Naval Hospital. She was predeceased by her father Raymond R. Skinner and a brother Raymond R. Skinner III.

Beverly owned and operated Ray Skinner Frames for ten years from 1989 to 1999. She worked as a flight attendant for US Airways from 1999 to 2006. She was a member of Bayside Presbyterian Church, Cypress Point Country Club and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. She loved playing golf and flying as a private pilot.

Beverly is survived by her husband of twenty three years, Frank D. Tehel, her mother, Kay Skinner of Virginia Beach, two children, Michael W. McCully, Jr. and his wife Meredith of Boston and Neely K. Elstrodt and her husband Matthew of Virginia Beach; one grandson Alexander Elstrodt; a brother, Paul B. Skinner and his wife Norma of Virginia Beach; one nephew Clayton E. Skinner of Virginia Beach.

A memorial service will be held Friday, December 14, 2007 at 11:00 AM in Bayside Presbyterian Church, 1400 Ewell Road, Virginia Beach. Reverend Dr. Richard Keever, Pastor will officiate. The family will receive friends from 6:30 PM till 8:30 PM Thursday at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach. Following the memorial service Friday a reception will be held at Cypress Point Country Club, 5340 Club Head Road, Virginia Beach. In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial donations be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association 5511 Staples Mill Road, Suite 202 B Richmond, VA 23228. Condolences may be offered to the family at altmeyer.com

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Pam Flanagan
7 years ago

Beverly was not only my friend but a working woman I always admired. She had spunk. We had many card games together and lots of laughs. We shared raising children, having parents that worked in our businesses and lived in the area as well as philosophies about nothing. We sure did like to talk. We lately have shared emails and I will be sorry not to hear from her. May the love she shared with you make the days ahead easier. Sincerely Pam

Sandra May Filer
7 years ago

Dear Frank and Skinner family…Our family would like to express our sympathy on the loss of such a beautiful girl and dear PAHS classmate of mine. She was truly special and we will keep you in our prayers.

Love,

Sandy Filer and family

K. David Clark
7 years ago

Frank – Sorry to hear about your loss, but you can rest assured that Bev is in a far better place and is smiling down upon you and the family. May God’s grace be with you in this time of sorrow.

BW and Sharon White
7 years ago

Frank, Please accept the sincere sympathy sent to you and your family at this sad time. Beverly was a wonderul and beautiful woman and we are glad to have known her. Wishing you comfort and peace,

Jeff Hollingsworth
7 years ago

I KNEW HER WHEN………

I was only 9 when Beverly15 would babysit me while my parents went out at nights. I will always remember how one evening she kissed me on the cheek as we were goofing around and I blushed for the very first time. I adored her for weeks after that and had my very first crush on a girl. This is how I will always remember Beverly..

My sincere condolences,

Jeff Hollingsworth

Angela Olivencia Williams
7 years ago

My thoughts and prayers go to the entire family. Beverly was my first boss from babysitting Mike & Neely to working at Ray Skinner Frames. She was always funny and had spunk. Again, my thoughts are with Frank, Mike, Neely and Ms. Skinner. May God Bless and keep you all..

Kathryn GainorVentura
7 years ago

Ray III was the life of our party, we still miss him. Bev was the tower of strength always her own person, even as a young girl. When they came into the world, they were crying and everyone around you was smiling. Try to live your life so that when you leave this world everyone is crying and you are smiling as you look down. I know BEV is smiling.

Barry Newman
7 years ago

There are stars whose light reaches the earth only after they themselves have disintegrated. And there are individuals such as Beverly whose memory lights the world after she has passed from it. These lights and her memories should shine in the darkest night for you and her children and grand-children. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Warmest regards,

Barry