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Beverly Jean

December 24, 1951 – June 6, 2023

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Obituary for Beverly Jean Schubert

December 24, 1951 June 6, 2023

Beverly Jean Schubert passed away on June 6, 2023, at the age of 71.
At the time of her death she resided in Stockton, Ca.
She was born on December 24 1951, in Tulare, California to Lonnie Alexander Mize and Florene Marie Mize. She attended and graduated from Tulare Union high School.
After graduation Beverly moved to Oklahoma for a few years then returned to California and moved to Stockton, Ca. Where she met the love of her life James and the two were married on June 20, 1974 and shortly after
Moved to Valley Springs, Ca. Where they raised there three Children.

Beverly was well known by so many people. She and her husband started and owned operated a vending machine company Schubert Vending. It was there she was able to meet so many great friends along the way over the course of its many years of operation. While she also enjoyed working in her many of gardens and planting various flowers and trees she had a passion for cooking. Especially canning.
From canning all sorts of fruits, veggies. To baking all sorts of desserts and zucchini bread and also countless dishes she would prepare. Your never left her presence hungry or empty handed.

Beverly was preceded in death by her husband James, her sister Hazel Sunmer, brothers Lonnie Alvin, Jimmy Mize.
She is survived by her 3 children Robyn Hardy (Kent)of Twin Falls, Idaho, James jr Schubert (Gabby) of Stockton, Ca. Travis Schubert (Barbie) Valley Springs, Ca. She also leaves behind her 3 grandchildren, Nick Hardy, Katie Schubert, Vanessa Schubert. Beverly is also survived by her Brother Lenard Mize, sister-in-law Carolyn Mize of Kaufman, Tx. as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Beverly will be greatly missed by those of us she left behind especially her family and friends she never met a stranger.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Lung Association. Org

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