Beverly Riley Obituary, Death – Conwell Beverly Jean Riley, currently known professionally as Beverly Jean Riley MISSOULA On December 27, 2022, Beverly Jean (Conwell) Riley, a much-loved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, passed away at St. Patrick’s Hospital in Missoula, Montana, while she was surrounded by her family. The hospital is located in Missoula, Montana. The 19th of April 1948 was the day she was born.
Laurence Vincent Conwell and Mercedes Kathleen (Smith) Conwell welcomed their second child into the world with the birth of Bev Conwell. Her birthday is July 2nd, 1939, and she was born in Lewistown, Montana. She attended Grant Elementary School for the first part of her education and Butte High School for the last two years, graduating in 1957.
Beverly’s professional career in Butte spanned decades, during which she worked at the Wheeler Animal Clinic, the Casebeer Eye Clinic, and at Butte Family Dental alongside Dr. Bill Brennick, DDS. Beverly’s career in Butte began at the Casebeer Eye Clinic and finished at Butte Family Dental.
Bev and Virgil (Mert) Riley went through with their wedding in June of 1972. Bev and Mert, who had lived in Butte their entire lives, moved to Missoula after retiring, which marked the beginning of many happy years during which they cheered on the Montana Grizzlies football team, played golf, traveled, volunteered, hosted parties, and looked forward to spending the winters in Casa Grande, Arizona. Both Bev and Mert had spent their entire lives in Butte.
Always the active and energetic grandmother, “GMa” was blessed to love and support her grandchildren Zack and Molly Perrick, Haley, Jensen and Reed Perrick, Shea, Riley and Megan Mann, and Lauren Riley. Zack and Molly were the children of Zack and Molly Perrick. Haley, Jensen and Reed Perrick were the children of Haley and Jensen Perrick Zack and Molly Perrick have given their children the following names: Haley, Jensen, and Reed Perrick; Shea, Jensen, and Reed Perrick; and Zack and Molly Perrick.
Bev never had any trouble establishing new friends no matter where she traveled to, and she placed a high importance on the connections she cultivated throughout the course of her life. Bev’s family is thankful that some of Beverly’s closest friends were able to be at her side when she passed away so that they could celebrate her life and share wonderful memories with each other. Beverly’s passing allowed them to do both of these things.