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WINDHAM – Beverly J. Rumo (McCormick), 75, was born on March 24, 1945 in Portland. Beverly was the one little one of Paul J. McCormick Jr. and Althea Grey McCormick. Beverly handed away at dwelling on Wednesday April 29, 2020 with family members and her beloved cat, Pearl, by her aspect.All through her life Bevy labored at The Maine Financial savings Financial institution, The Courier Free Press, The Suburban Information, H.P. Hood and SMART Baby and Household Companies.Bevy loved spending time with household and pals, going out to eat and buying. Bevy all the time had an unwavering affection of the seaside, the sand and Lighthouses. In the direction of the tip of her journey she was in a position to accomplish many adventures that had been on her bucket checklist. She liked music and was all the time the primary one out on the dance ground. Her chuckle was infectious and her smile would mild up a room.Bevy is survived by her daughter, Karen Rumo of Windham and her son, Paul Rumo of New York; her ex-husband and buddy, Anthony Rumo of Windham; granddaughters, Alyssa Carroll, Kayla Carroll and Emily Rumo, grandsons, Zachary Rumo, Kevin Carroll Jr. and Keith Carroll; her great-granddaughters, whom she liked spending time with, Ava, Aria and Nova Carroll-Smith; many cousins and prolonged household and pricey pals.A really particular thanks to the superb staff of medical doctors and nurses at Southern Maine Dialysis, Maine Medical Companions Medical Oncology and Windham Major Care. And to not be forgotten her very particular “dialysis household”.We wish to prolong a really heartfelt thanks to Dr. Wasserman, Dr. Ketchum and Dr. Stockwell for his or her continued care and assist. Because of present occasions the date and time for a celebration of Bevy’s life shall be decided at a later date. Karen and Alyssa will announce the main points once they grow to be accessible. To specific condolences or to take part in Bevy’s on-line tribute please go to www.DolbyBlaisSegee.com In remembrance of Bevy any donations might be made to the Kidney and Most cancers Heart/basis.
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