ARLINGTON -- Beverly A. LeMoine, 87, passed away on October 13, 2015 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Beverly was born in Junction City, Kansas. She was preceded in death by her husband Gene W. LeMoine, parents Myrtle and Bernie Clowe, brothers Bud and Bob Clowe, sisters Twila Hines and Lois Eller. Beverly married Gene W. LeMoine January 19, 1947 in Las Vegas. They resided in Arlington most of their married life. She worked as a volunteer in her children's schools and was active in PTA. Later, she did secretarial work and then became a Vice-President of First City Bank. Traveling with her senior groups from the bank was one of her favorite parts of her job. She was active in numerous organizations in Arlington and also did volunteer work. Beverly is survived by her loving children Jeanie Sutton and husband Rod; Charles LeMoine and wife Brenda; Mike LeMoine and wife Melissa; Grandchildren Jake Sutton, Rachel Webster and husband Brent, Brandon LeMoine, Aaron LeMoine, Morgan LeMoine, and Maclain LeMoine, several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Alzheimer's Association (

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  1. Mike, Melissa, and family,
    “We’re praying that God grants you strength at this time, and that He gives you comfort that is as good as a mother’s touch.”

  2. Even though we were in different departments, Beverly was one of my most favorite people while I was working part-time at the bank through high school, then full-time, and as a customer for many years after that. I would always look forward to seeing Beverly’s smiling face and was blessed by knowing her.

    Having been a loyal Chase customer for many years, my dad loved to visit the bank for 20 years after his retirement. He enjoyed many a cup of coffee & long talks with the employees. He often told me “I saw Beverly today & she said to tell you HI”. Sweet memories….rest in peace, sweet Beverly, and God bless your family as they carry on your legacy.

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