Beverley Anne Coppin

17th July 1935 - 12th October 2020
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Te Anau Club
Pop Andrew Drive
Te Anau
17 October 2020, 2:00PM

COPPIN Beverley Anne (Bev)

Peacefully at home on Monday 12 October 2020; aged 85 years.  Loved wife of the late Graeme.  Loved mother and mother in law of Liz and Ken Thompson (Clyde), Dave and Tina (Te Anau), Kathryn and Russell Potts (Stratford), Suzanne and Mike Gorman (Christchurch).  Much loved Gran of Bryce, Claire, and Aaron; Tracey, and Jamie; Megan, and David; Michelle, and Garry.  Loved Great Gran of Abi.  A service to celebrate the life of Bev will be held on Saturday 17 October in the Te Anau Club, Pop Andrew Drive, Te Anau at 2pm.  A private cremation will follow.

Messages to 15 Cleddau Street, Te Anau 9600 or on Bev’s tribute page at frasersfunerals/tributes.


Sadly missed and never forgotten, rest in peace Bev.

All our thoughts with family at this difficult time

Bruce, Sarah, Issy Bradley - United Kingdom.
Bruce Bradley, Bridgend Wales UK
Thank you for being my Gran. I use and appreciate the panda quilt you made for me with love and have appreciated the trips we took to see you.
Megan potts, Stratford
So sorry to hear of your loss of your wonderful Mum, Bev. You all have my deepest sympathy and my thought are with you all...Liz Ken, David Tina, Kathryn Russell, Suzanne Mike and families. Bev will be remembered always in all your memories.
I have some many special memories of our lovely family get-togethers, that I will always treasure. Love you always Bev, till we meet again
Love Lyndal 💕💕
Lyndal Harvey, Oamaru
I have many fond memories of Bev and also treasure them.
Especially one. My ginger cat called ‘starlight’ A weekend staying at Bev’s with Mum. Mum said no to the kitten and Bev said yes
The yes won and Starlight arrived home at the farm.
Thinking of you all
Malcolm Harvey, Duntroon
Fond memories of Christmas 2017 when everyone gathered at Bev's place. Never was there a more happy and proud mother and grandmother at having her whole family together.
Russell Potts , Stratford
Gran, so many memories from staying in the school holidays as a kid, going to see the glom worms or watching the Kea bird pull all the rubber off some tourist car. To more resent years chatting over the phone about the weather.
I do remember one time being in Te Anau when I was about 13, and Gran said we were going to a spin class, (all I could think was I didn't think Gran was a gym person, is she going to wear tights), so i got ready, put the runners on and off we went, turns out Gran meant wool spin class. The look on my face must of been priceless when we walked into the room, as gran laughed and said not were you thought we were going. Well played Gran.
You will be forever loved and missed

Wish I could be there to celebrate Grans life with the family, sending my love to all.

Claire and Ben
Claire Thompson, Jabiru