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Beverly Ann Babb Price

December 4, 1944 — September 15, 2023

Harker Heights

Beverly Ann Babb Price, known affectionately as Lulu, was a remarkable individual whose life will forever be celebrated. She peacefully passed away on September 15, 2023, leaving behind an enduring legacy of strength, resilience, and creativity. Born on December 4, 1944, in Childress, Texas to Mr. Beverly Allen Babb and Julia Ann (Hankins) Babb.  Beverly's inspiring journey was one defined by unwavering determination and a love for others.

Beverly's professional career as a nurse spanned many years at Rapides General Hospital in Louisiana until her well-deserved retirement. Her dedication to the care and well-being of others knew no bounds, touching the lives of countless patients and their families. With a compassionate heart and a healing touch, Beverly brought comfort to those in need during challenging times.

Outside of her career, Beverly found great joy in various interests and hobbies. She possessed an extraordinary talent for gardening—an avid gardener who could make any plant thrive with her green thumb. There wasn't a plant she couldn't grow or nurture into abundant life. The vibrant beauty of her garden was a testament to her nurturing spirit and incredible knack for cultivating life.

Education played an essential role in Beverly's life. She completed her high school education at Lecompte High School before proceeding to Shelton State University to obtain her nursing degree. Her commitment to learning set the foundation for her successful career in healthcare and garnered respect from colleagues and patients alike.

Those who had the privilege of knowing Beverly would attest that she was a force to be reckoned with—strong-willed, tough, and fiercely private. Her fighting spirit faced challenges head-on without hesitation or fear. This unwavering resilience not only garnered admiration but also served as an inspiration to all who crossed paths with her.

Cooking, gardening, and arts and crafts were among Beverly's many treasured pastimes. In the kitchen, she delighted family and friends with mouthwatering dishes, infusing love and creativity into every recipe she prepared. Her culinary prowess brought people together, creating cherished memories around the dining table.

Beverly was also known for her artistic talents. Despite battling macular degeneration and facing blindness, she defied all odds by continuing to paint. Her artwork was a testament to her indomitable spirit—a beautiful representation of her inner world and an inspiration to anyone facing adversity.

In addition to her remarkable accomplishments, Beverly's proudest achievement was undoubtedly her role as a loving mother and grandmother. She leaves behind a legacy of love through her three daughters: Stephanie Roberts (Loren Woolever), Tiffany Hathorn (Rod), and Misty Webster (Eric). She raised them with unwavering love, support, and guidance that will undoubtedly shape their lives in immeasurable ways.

The profound impact of Beverly's life extends to the lives of her five adoring grandchildren: Price Webster, Ethan Brewbaker, Ella Brewbaker, Lily Webster, and Levi Woolever. Their grandma's unconditional love enveloped them like a warm embrace, leaving an indelible mark on their hearts that will remain forever.

Beverly Ann Babb Price was preceded in death by her beloved parents, Mr. Beverly Allen Babb and Julia Ann (Hankins) Babb. They  played an integral role in shaping the extraordinary woman she became. Furthermore, Beverly's faithful pet Yoyo accompanied her on life's journey, providing love and companionship until parting ways before her passing.

As we bid farewell to Beverly Ann Babb Price in this earthly realm, we pause to celebrate the remarkable woman she was—a pillar of strength, compassion, and creativity. Her legacy will continue to inspire us all, reminding us to embrace life fully, face adversity with courage, and nurture the beauty that lies within each of us.

May her soul find eternal peace as we hold her memory close to our hearts and carry it forward through the generations to come. Beverly's impact will forever be felt and remembered by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

In Lieu of flowers please consider making a memorial donation to ASPCA- American society prevention cruelty to animals 800-628-0028.

Arrangements are under the direction of Sabrina Young at Young's Daughters Funeral Home and Bereavement Center in Temple, Texas.

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