Beverly A. Bento

1950 ∼ 2020

Beverly A. Bento

Beverly (Whittemore) Bento, age 70, of East Falmouth passed away on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at her home, with her husband at her side.  

Beverly was born on February 15, 1950 and was the eldest daughter of her predeceased parents Alice and John Whittemore.  Beverly grew up in Rhode Island and moved to the Cape where she attended Falmouth Schools and graduated from Lawrence High School Class of 1968.  Beverly and William were married in 1971 and after spending many years raising her family Beverly went to work for Associates of Cape Cod for 15 years before retiring in 2015.

Beverly is survived by her loving husband William of 49 years; her son William Bento, his wife Ann and their four children Hannah, Buddy, Gabrielle, and Benjamin; her daughter Kelley Solorzano (Bento), her husband Viktor and their three children Olivia, Viktor, and Eliza.  She is also survived by her sisters Joni Martini and Barbara Beltran, and many nieces and nephews.

Beverly enjoyed spending time with her family.  She enjoyed her annual trips with her husband to Bermuda and Florida and she also enjoyed going to the beach and attending events for all of her seven grandchildren.  Beverly is cherished by her family and the memories they made together will forever be in their hearts.   

A private burial was held at Saint Anthony’s in East Falmouth earlier this week.

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Beverly A. Bento

1950 ∼ 2020

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