Beverly "Bevs" Abul Ozcan

July 27, 1982 - October 30, 2023


Obituary For Beverly "Bevs" Abul Ozcan

Beverly Ozcan, resident of Grande Prairie, AB, passed away Monday, October 30, 2023, at University of Alberta Hospital, at the age of 41 years.

Bevs was born July 27, 1982, in Itogon, Benguet, Philippines.

Bevs grew up and was also educated in Benguet. She finished nursing at the Baguio Central University. Bevs worked as a care provider at a Nursing Home in Singapore and Taiwan before moving to Canada.

Bevs loved plants, flower arrangements and liked making arrangements for special events like weddings and birthdays. She also liked cross-stitching.

Bevs was a kind and friendly person. She was very loving, caring, and supportive to her husband and children. As a friend, Bevs was helpful and valued friendship. As a daughter, she was respectful and supportive.

Bevs will be sadly missed by her husband Savas Ozcan; children: son Deniz, daughter Elif, and youngest daughter Halime.

A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 3, 2023, at 1:00pm, at Oliver’s Funeral Home in Grande Prairie (10005 107 Ave.).

A Livestream of the service will be accessible 15 minutes prior to the service on Bevs’ obituary on Oliver’s Funeral Home website.

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  • November 03, 2023

    Bevs as they call her while we call her Berly. She strived and made her way through and made her own family. We all grew up close, and may have drifted apart but continue to share in everyone's blessings and specially in grief. We remain saddened and lost. There is always a burning question but today, let us free ourselves and let all curiousity go with her to eternal rest. Berly, you have been amazing to your family, The devotion you have given and the life you have lived only signifies how strong you have been. You are now one of those stars that brightens our darkness and winks when we are down, you are now that bright spark that we will look forward to see when we look up and a guiding light to us all and specially your family. Go rest our dear sister, your work on earth is done. It may be short but was full of love. We will miss you, and you will never be forgotten... Sincere Condolence to savaz and kids, auntie teresa and cousins


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