Beverly Ann Griffith


Beverly Ann (Breland) Griffith

April 26, 1936 – March 19, 2021

Beverly was born in Bryan, Texas into a military family and through this she discovered her love of travel. She met the love of her life Bill at the age of 17 in Louisiana and together they had a life full of

Beverly lived in Texas, Germany, Washington D.C., Louisiana, Virginia, Chicago, Australia, the Philippines, and Vancouver, Canada. She spent many winters in Mazatlan, Mexico and was often joined by friends and family.

Upon retirement, Point Roberts, Washington became her much beloved home. Spending most of her time at the community center; it was almost a second home. She thrived on doing activities within her community. After many years at the Point, she relocated to Maui, Hawaii to be near her family.

With a huge smile that would brighten the world around her and always a kind word she quickly became known as Ms. Aloha around the community no matter where she went. Her kind soul and devotion to the Lord made this remarkable woman a treasure for all who met her.

Bev had many achievements: a housewife, mother, college graduate, museum docent, tax preparer, realtor, elected parks commissioner, member of the faculty wives and the Point Roberts Wackie Walkers, as well as the Maui bowling league.

Throughout her life, her crowning achievements have always been her children and grandchildren that she felt blessed to have.

Preceded in death by her parents, husband of 41 years and one beloved grandchild.

She is survived by her younger sister, and brother, three children Tom (Keri) Griffith, Jo (Tom) Moore and Lei (Dean) Hayashi as well as four grandchildren, one great granddaughter, four nephews and 11 great grandnieces/nephews.

Beverly fortunately was able to pass peacefully. Her daughters, son and a granddaughter were in attendance in the paradise Maui she called home.

Mahalos go out to the Kalama Heights, Hui Aloha and Hospice Maui staff for the tremendous and loving care provided at Kalama Heights as well as Norman’s Mortuary. Due to Covid-19, life celebrations will be held at a later date.  

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