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Beverly Ann Dib
August 27, 1937 ~ October 12, 2023 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Beverly Ann Dib, age 86, of Clinton Twp. passed away peacefully on October 12, 2023.
Beverly was born on August 27, 1937 to loving parents Michael and Irene Pacewiczh in Detroit, Michigan. Beverly was a devoted Catholic, and for four years was in the Sisters of St. Francis Convent in Sylvania, Ohio. However, the Lord knew she had a different path to lead. She would meet the love of her life, and future husband, Ben Dib, while on a blind date on the Boblo Boat in Detroit. They married on July 21,1956 in East Detroit, and together shared 67 years of happiness and joy. They would go on to raise four children: Michael, Kelly, Stacey, and Kevin. Beverly was the best wife and mother, and was overjoyed to become a grandmother and great-grandmother in her later years. For 38 years, Beverly was a registered nurse at Henry Ford Hospital. Her dedication and care healed and touched thousands. In Beverly’s free time, she loved to play a good game of Mahjong, and was a long-time member of the Red Hat Society. Beverly will be forever remembered and loved by all who knew her.
Beloved wife of Ben Dib; Cherished mother of Michael (Nancy) Dib, Kelly (Luke) Cahill, Stacey (Matthew) Richey, and Kevin (Patti) Dib; proud grandmother of Alison Dib, Kristen (Adam) Dib, Kara Dib, Taylor (Courtney) Richey, Michael Cahill, Nathaniel Richey, Zachary Cahill, Olivia Richey, and Benjamin Dib; loving great-grandmother of Isabella Richey, Axel Cox, Lenni Richey, and Ozzy Cox.
Beverly is reunited with her loving grandson Robert Wingert, and parents Michael and Irene.
Cremation has taken place, and Beverly is laid to rest at Resurrection Cemetery.