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BEVERLY ANN BROWN HERN

Beverly Ann Brown Hern, 87, of Port Royal, South Carolina, died Monday evening, June 15, 2020, at The Pearl at Port Royal in Port Royal, South Carolina.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

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  1. Carter W Hern says:

    My family is very sorry for your loss. I live in Midway, Georgia. I had no idea that there were other Hern’s near me.

  2. Angela Young says:

    Beverly is an Alumna member of The Links, Incorporated and was an active member of the Savannah (GA) Chapter. Beverly was a dedicated educator. For many years she volunteered in our Chapter
    serving our community with her knowledge as an educator.
    She will be missed.

    Angela B. Young
    President
    Savannah, GA

  3. Beverly Ifill says:

    I knew and worked with Link Hern in the years that I was a member of The Savannah Chapter of the Links INC.
    We worked together on many projects and I can attest to the fact that she gave 100% of herself. She was dedicated member. She will be missed.
    May she Rest In Peace.
    Link Beverly Ifill

  4. Rosalind Hollis says:

    Condolences to the Hern family. I knew and loved Beverly for many years while an active member of the Savannah Links, Inc. She was hard working and a dedicated member of the chapter. I looked forward to the fun times at chapter meetings. I will miss seeing her at alumna gatherings. RIP Beverly.
    Roz Hollis

  5. Rebecca R.Cooper says:

    Beverly was a beautiful lady who was well respected as an educator. She gave her all to the students and was well liked among her colleagues and the students.
    As a member of the Savannah Links, Beverly gave of her time and talents unselfishly. Charm and a lovely warm personality are traits that brings a smile to one‘s face when you think of Beverly Ann Brown Hern.
    Beverly, you will be missed. Rest In Peace.

  6. Carolyn Bell says:

    Beverly was a member of the Savannah Chapter of the Links, Inc. As an educator and a Link, she gave of her time and resources to support young people.

    She can now rest from her labors.

  7. Virginia Edwards Maynor says:

    I extend heartfelt Condolences to the Hern and Brown Families. It was a pleasure to have known Beverly. She was a special kind of person with a warm and generous spirit. Beverly was a well respected educator and a loyal and devoted member of Savannah Chapter of the Links, Inc.
    She epitomized the true meaning of friendship in words and deeds. Beverly will long be remembered for her loving and caring demeanor.
    May she rest in peace.

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