Meet Beverly!

Beverly Crowe Austin was born June 28, 1930 to her wonderful parents in Joplin, Missouri. Shortly after birth, at nine days old she began life’s journey with her mother. They traveled by train to accompany her father who was stationed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, with the United States Postal Service. Beverly has two younger sisters. While growing up in busy city life, she and her siblings were members of Campfire Girls. She participated from the age of seven to fifteen years old. Her mother was also a leader of the group and held the meetings at their home. Every year she attended the summer camp. This was a big part of their family unity circle. Beverly graduated from Classen High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was a member of the Pep Club and loved participating in the school activities. Beverly went on to continue her journey. She began working at AT&T phone Service Company. She was in the New and Change Design Department. She had the pleasure of testing the products before they hit the market for sale. She was a part of the company for 30 years and then retired. She is the proud parent of two sons named Warren and James. One of her fondest memories of parenting is the family trip to Europe. She enjoyed the vacation so much, one of her wishes is to return to Europe again! She is the honorable grandmother of six grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Beverly’s hobbies include collecting music boxes, reading books and watching her favorite college team OU play football. Since arriving here at University Village with her adorable cat Tippy at the beginning of 2017, she has enjoyed the friendly and helpful staff. Beverly has also made some new friends and loves to talk and enjoy the beautiful scenery and floral arrangements of the UV community.

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