Beverly F. Harmon

Beverly F. Harmon

Portland, ME – Beverly F. Harmon, 82, of Portland passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at Maine Medical Center while surrounded by her family. 

She was born in Nobleboro, ME on December 17, 1936 as the daughter of the late Hollis Monson and Viola Harrington. She was raised in Damariscotta and Cumberland and attended school at Greely High School. Beverly worked many years as a food service professional and retired from St. Joseph’s Manor in Portland.

Her greatest happiness came from being the beloved mother of her five children and being surrounded by them, her grandchildren and her great grandchildren. She also enjoyed time with the many cherished friends she made as an active member of the Portland Eagles and the American Legion where she spent her weekends in her younger years.

Beverly is predeceased by her daughter Brenda Boivin, granddaughter Jessica Harmon, sister Audrey Chapman, good friend Henry Wickham and many other loved ones.

She is survived by her daughter Cindy Boivin and her husband Raymond, her son Carl Harmon and his wife Margaret, her daughter Corinne Harmon, and her daughter Penny Harmon and her partner Michael Pessolano.  She also leaves her grandchildren Raymond Jr., Pamela, Tammy and her husband Brian, Jeremy and his partner Carla, Victoria, and Breannah and her husband Taylor. As well as her great grandchildren Kody, Brynne and Cole; and her two special boys, Denver and Dakota. 

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a memorial visitation on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Wilde Memorial Chapel in Evergreen Cemetery, 672 Stevens Ave., Portland.  Burial will follow at 11 a.m. at Evergreen Cemetery; and a light luncheon will follow from 12—2p.m. at the Adam’s Center at 75 State St in Portland.


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  • Chrissy on

    The Boivin/Harmon family:
    So very sorry to hear of Bev’s passing. She was a great woman. We had many years of fun times. My condolences to all, May She Rest In Peace
    Love,
    Chrissy

  • Joe Mitchell on

    I have known Beverly practically my whole life. Worked with her, hung out with her, Loved her kids Cindy, Penny and Corinne and I am saddened at her passing. She will always be my special “Harbis” and I’m going to miss her calls and me calling to check on her.I love you Bev and I always will. xoxoxoxoxoxox

  • Catherine Crute on

    So sorry to hear of Beverly’s passing! She was a pleasure to know over the years and always brought a smile to my face! Dr. Crute

  • Carole Ireland on

    I worked with Bev for 10 years at St. Joseph’s Manor and knew her as a friend of my aunt’s for years before that. She was funny, kind and a great worker. I am so sorry to learn of her passing.

  • Lisa Compagna on

    Penny and family,
    I am deeply sorry for your loss. I have so many fond memories of Bev, she was like a second mother to me. Penny, I am thinking of you during this difficult time.

    Much Love,
    Lisa


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