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Beverly Norarene Warner aka Bev, 69 years old, from Trappe, MD, departed this life on March 12, 2023, at the home of her sister, Joan Banks in Trappe, Md.
Born, May 30, 1953, in Easton to the late Auslee W. Warner and Mary E. Brown Warner. Bev was educated in the Talbot County public school system, graduating in 1971 from Easton High School. She continued her education at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills, MD.
Bev worked for Waverly Press Printing Division (Cadmus), Easton, MD, transferring to Wolter Kluwer, Baltimore, MD for the duration of her career. She retired from Coastal Resources, Annapolis, MD in 2020.
Bev recently began attending Triumph Baptist Church with her sister. She enjoyed the fellowship and ease she felt while attending.
Anyone who knew Bev, knew she was a devoted sports enthusiast. She could always be found watching her favorite football and basketball teams, as well as debating over tennis matches with her brother-in-law, Banks. She got such a kick out of watching the games with him just to be able to debate with him about their teams; always defending her "Skins". She was very excited to recently find out that she has a cousin in the WNBA and would say that she hoped one day to meet her.
Bev's vibrant personality, big laugh, and infectious smile made it easy for her to have such a vast circle of friends; old high school friends whom she kept in touch with when she would be in town, work colleagues, and hometown friends. She would always run into someone she knew and stop and chat with everyone. Her friendships extended to a group of sister friends that she would affectionately call, "the girls", and "squad". There wasn't a time that she wouldn't have a story about the girls, and it was apparent that the love they showed her, was reciprocated right back. They have been, and always will be part of her family. One of her favorite pastimes was sitting with her sister, Joan, talking about good old times, family and her sister friends. Upon Bank's passing she made it her mission to support her sister and spent time ensuring she was always doing well. She felt extremely blessed to have her family, friends, and sisters always there to support her life's journey.
Bev was preceded in death by her father, Auslee W. Warner Sr.; mother, Mary E. Brown Warner; brother, Walter L. Brown; brothers: Auslee W. Warner, Jr., Dexter P. Warner, James A. Warner, Sr., Myron D. Warner; a sister, Diane Dixon.
She leaves to cherish her life and memory, her sister, Joan E. Banks (William), Trappe, MD; brother Charles E. Warner, Worcester, Massachusetts; nieces: Maria McDaniel Sweet, Severn, MD, Monica Warner, Federalsburg, MD, Wilisha Warner, Easton, MD; JeAnne Elliot, Cambridge, MD, Sharlene Warner, Forestville, MD; nephews: James A. Warner, Jr. (Semaj), Trenton, NY, Carnell Warner, Waldorf, Steven Warner, Easton, MD, great nieces: Ronique T. McDaniel (Christian), Laurel, MD, Chrishaun A. Sweet, Harlem, New York, and host of family, extended family, and friends.