WHING ~ Mrs. Beverly Ann Wynn Whing was born October 14, 1963 in Brunswick, Georgia, to Almarie “Sue” Wynn (Hutcherson) and the late Wilfred Reddick. She was the granddaughter of the late Evelina and John Henry Wynn and Wilfred and Gracie Reddick. Beverly was raised by her other “father”, the late Alonzo “Bubba” Hutcherson.
She was educated in the Glynn County Georgia public school system and was a member of the 1983 graduating class of Glynn Academy High School. Beverly married the love of her life, Dwight Christopher Whing May 19, 1984. They moved to their current home shortly after their marriage.
Beverly was always a people person. As a toddler, she was known to accompany her grandmother, Miss Everlina, to visit and talk with everyone. She never met a stranger and always had an encouraging word and smile for everyone. Beverly was big hearted, generous, and kind with the heart of a servant.
She was hard working and did everything with excellence. On every employment opportunity she had, Beverly was held in high esteem by owners, co-workers, and customers. She served as a special needs bus monitor for the Durham, First Student, and Student Transportation of America bus companies. At Stan’s Sandwich Shop and Subway, she served with love and a smile. Beverly had a knack for knowing where all the sales were in Jacksonville, Florida.
Beverly received Christ at an early age on St Simons Island, Georgia. She re-dedicated her life to Christ, received the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and served faithfully as a greeter at The Heir Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Beverly had a godly and unique way of welcoming people to The Heir Church. She loved the ministry and the people in it! She was also the armor bearer to Lady Cynthia Thomas. Beverly and Dwight served as Victory Station cell group leaders and had a lasting impact on many lives in their church and community. She was also a member of the Women of Faith and Power Women’s ministry.
Celebrating Beverly's life are her beloved husband, Dwight Christopher Whing; mother, Mrs. Almarie “Sue” Wynn Hutcherson; siblings, Audrey “Gena” Easterling, Dena (Jimmie) Cohen, Vinson “Winnie” Wynn, Joseph "Joe" Evans, Doreen "Pat" Williams, Priscilla Reddick, Dionne (Edward) Morrison, Nia Bonds, Wilfred W. Johnson, Wilfred W. Reddick, Sean M. Reddick; loving brothers-in-law, Elder Neptune Whing Jr. and Darrell Helton Sr.; uncles and aunts, Maebel Welch, Curtis Winn, Rosalee Taylor, Kenneth (Lalita) Reddick, Charles Reddick, Emily LeSerne; beautiful goddaughters, Hermeeker Wilbert and Asia Watson; a special place in her heart for her "sisters", Dorsea Woods Helton, Wilma Johnson, Melvina Ramsey Rhett; a host of cousins, nephews, nieces, and friends to celebrate her life, “a life well lived”.
Celebration of Life Service for Beverly Ann Whing will be 11:00 AM Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at The Heirs Church, 159 Clark Road, Dr. David Thomas, Pastor. Family will receive friends Monday at The Soutel Chapel from 3 – 5PM. Interment at Jacksonville National Cemetery. Because of the love of her family arrangements entrusted to J. E. Fralin & Sons Funeral & Cremation Services, 5065 Soutel Dr, 904.924.9400.
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