Beverly Ann Chamberlain |

Beverly Ann Chamberlain

Beverly Ann Chamberlain

Beverly Ann Chamberlain 67, of Silt, CO, passed away December 26, 2010. Beverly was born July 14, 1943 in Albany, New York to Edward Lester VanWormer and Catherine Elizabeth Wilson. Beverly was raised in a dairy community in New York and always was fascinated by the west, so she migrated to Arizona as a young woman where she met her husband Richard Wayne Chamberlain. They were married on July 18th, 1969 in Winterhaven, California. There they raised and showed horses until moving to Wyoming, where they spent most of their adult lives ranching and raising cattle and horses. After Richard’s death in 1990 Beverly moved into Riverton, Wyoming where she worked and spent time with friends and family. Due to failing health Beverly joined her son Todd and his family in Colorado where she spent the last five years of her life. Beverly loved her family, horses and the western lifestyle.

Reading was a favorite past time, making her a terrific historical resource. Beverly was a kind and loving person, she will be greatly missed.

Beverly is preceded in death by her husband Richard and brother Edward VanWormer Jr.

She is survived by her children Randy Wayne Chamberlain, Pamela Sue Daugherty, and Todd Wayne Chamberlain, 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.

Cremation has taken place, and Beverly’s ashes will be returned to Riverton, WY.

The family asks that memorials be made to Hospice of the Valley.

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