Beverly Joan Van Lengen, 89, of Hampton, passed away Monday, August 5, 2019, at MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center in Mason City. She was born May 16, 1930, in Clear Lake, to Lawrence Chapin and Lois Beverly (Miner) Miles.
Beverly was united in marriage to Marvin Louis Van Lengen on November 27, 1948, in Mason City. To this union, six children were born: Robin, ML, Lois, Henry, Billi and Jamie. She was affiliated with the Southern Baptist Church and was involved in bible studies. Beverly was a homemaker and loved quilting and sewing in her free time. She also enjoyed gardening and baking for special occasions.
Beverly is survived by her son Henry Lawrence (Margot) Van Lengen of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, daughter Billi Jo Folbrecht of Hampton, daughter Jamie Marie Van Lengen of Raymond, Minnesota; grandchildren Krystal (Todd) Baker of Council Bluffs, John (Kelly) Folbrecht of Wabash, Indiana, Josie (Melissa Arnold) Classon of Aplington, Shannon (Bernie) Saffert of RiceLake, Wisconsin, Casondra Classon of Texas, Nick (Erica) Folbrecht of Hampton, Robert Van Lengen of Kentucky, Elizabeth Van Lengen of Kentucky; great-grandchildren Dakota, Kendal, Calvin, Winter, Myles, Rapheal, Khandice, Jayden, Gage, Brayden, Lyla, Douglas, Felicia, Alisa and Lily; sisters Barbara Hansen of California and Mary Jane (Ralph) Leon of California; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Marvin Van Lengen, son Robin Van Lengen, son ML Van Lengen, daughter Lois Thomas and great-grandson Hunter Folbrecht.
A memorial service for Beverly will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, August 10, 2019, at the Sietsema Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton.
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We were truly sorry to hear of Beverlys passing. She was my good friend as well as my T.O.P.S. Pal. We will miss her very much. RIP Beverly, you are in Gods loving arms now. ❤❤❤
We are greatly saddened to hear of Beverlys passing. She was my T.O.P.S. Pal for a while & we had several months of friendship from that. It breaks my heart that I am just learning of her passing, RIP my friend, you are in Gods loving arms now.
I missed you when you moved to Bethany, always enjoyed our talks, and I know the dogs enjoyed seeing you come around, since you always had something for them.
You were a good neighbor and friend.
I will miss Bev very much! She was my quilter at the Bethany Senior Center in Missouri for many years. She was one of my RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) volunteers. She quilted at least 20 or my of our fundraiser quilts primarily by herself. I saw her 5 days a week for 20 hours per week. And helped piece together hundreds of puzzles as well. She was a remarkable woman! ~ Ann Pettit
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