Herdan, Beryl Eleanor

September 16, 1929 – February 8, 2021
at the age of 91 years

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Beryl.

Beryl was born in in Radville, Saskatchewan to George and Clara Herbert. She was the 6th of 7 children. Over the years she lived in Terrace, Prince Rupert, Victoria, Kamloops, Cahilty Creek and Salmon Arm.

Beryl was involved in many community endeavors making many friends along the way. She was known for her kind heart, love of people and animals.
Predeceased by husbands Ray Peterson, Rudi Herdan and 5 siblings.

Left to mourn are her dearling Al Neale, daughters Linda Wallace (Bryan) Pamela Davies and son Greg Peterson (Laura), six grandchildren, five great grandchildren and many friends.

6 Comments

  1. Al – so sorry for your loss.
    I am glad that I got to meet Beryl – to sense her gentleness, her love for you
    joyce Henderson

  2. I will certainly miss her when we get back to singing with The Revelers. We sat close to each other, and I always enjoyed our chats.

  3. Al, The Birddawg sends heartfelt & warm thoughts to you on the loss of your Sweet Lady. I know you both still istened to my show & I appreciate your loyalty. It will not be easy for you to listen alone however, I will be thinking of you throughout the hour. I lost my soul mate three weeks ago so I share your emotions. May Love and Peace envelop your world, and may all manifestations bring you Joy. Edgar Murdoch

  4. Al
    We both enjoyed our exchanges at St. John’s. Beryl was so kind and such a good listener. Many blessings to you. Dave & Sharron Reed

  5. Al; I will always remember you and Beryl as loyal listeners to The Voice of the Shuswap. I have an image of this very quiet lady standing beside her love. Keep all your memories close to you, Al; You and Beryl found joy together and those memories will always be there.
    I cannot imagine your sorrow, but I can imagine your gratitude for loving such a lovely lady.

  6. Al, I was so sorry to see that the “long engagement” was at an end. When 5th Ave opens again, I will surely miss that smile. Take Care and stay strong. Ella.

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