Beverly Halliburton Lingo, 71, of California, MO, formerly of Moberly, joined family and friends in heaven on Thursday, February 13, 2020, quietly with her loving family by her side. She was born August 8, 1948 in Moberly to J.D. and Mary Faye Hughes.
She was a 1966 graduate from Westran High School. Beverly retired from City Bank in Moberly after many years of service.
She married Wesley M. Halliburton on July 3rd, 1971 and they were happily married for 37 years prior to his death in October of 2008. Also preceding her in death were her parents and a sister Karole Weise.
On February 14, 2015 Beverly united in marriage to Ralph L. Lingo of Renick, MO, who survives of the home in California, MO. Also surviving are a large and loving family of whom she adored including; her children, Marty Halliburton and wife Sue of Moberly, Gloria Voss and husband Alan of Columbia, Wendy Buesher and husband Keith of Arizona, Kathy William and husband Don of Moberly and Sam Lingo of Cairo, seven grandchildren; Brent Mellinger and wife Kim, Dennis Milnes and wife Savannah, Kelly Smith and husband Calvin, Tara Sturges and husband Jack, Jeromy Milnes and Cassie Mueller, Kyle Schwartzendruber and wife Nicole and Toby Holcomb and wife Leah, 14 great-grandchildren, Drake Gross and Trea Vestle, Zach Wisdom and wife Abby, Austyn Milnes, Haleigh Milnes, Emma Mellinger, Carson Stokes, Natalie Sturges, Parker Mellinger, Alaina Smith, Allie Milnes, Rylan Holcomb, Aspynn Sturges, Makayla Milnes, Zoey Babboni and Aurora Holcomb, a brother, Calvin Hughes and wife Kelly of Cairo, five nieces and nephews; Becky Wood and husband Derek, Adam Hughes, Sarah Bradley and husband Gregory, Terry Walker and Stacy Walker and wife Donna, other relatives and friends.
Beverly spent her time as she loved, traveling with family and friends, she was always the happiest when surrounded by her family. Her memory will be cherished and kept alive by her devoted family as well as her many friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the American Diabetes Association or The Missouri Veterans Cemetery Jacksonville Assistance League would be appreciated.
Services honoring and celebrating Beverly’s life were held at the Cater Funeral Home Chapel. Committal prayer and burial followed in the Missouri Veterans Cemetery.
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