In Memory

Beverly Unger (Brodsky)

Beverly Unger (Brodsky)

Classmate Ruth Gross provided the following message about Bev Unger:

I just learned the sad news from her dear daughter, Nicole, that Bevery Unger Brodsky passed away this morning. I am so sad.  Those of you who knew Bevy know what a lovely, lovely soul she was and how much she had suffered from a body that turned on her the last few years.  With all her problems, she never failed to think of others and try to bring them joy and happiness. There was simply no one like Beverly.  The world was so much better when she was in it.  I don't know any details, but I wanted to share my sadness on this day.


The family of classmate Bev Unger Brodsky has provided the following information about Bev's passing:

Beverly Unger Brodsky died Tuesday, June 4, 2024, after several years of ill health. A Celebration of Life for Beverly is planned for Tuesday, June 25 at noon at Beth Emet Synagogue, 1224 Dempster Street, Evanston, IL 60202.  Lunch will follow.  The service also will be accessible via live-stream on the Beth Emet website, , where it will be archived for future viewing.  We shall honor our darling Bevy’s extraordinary legacy of love, kindness and compassion.  She lived every moment in service to others with profound gratitude and a graceful beauty radiating from her heart and soul. In lieu of flowers, please help someone in need, whether through human connection, volunteer work or a contribution to an organization that most reminds you of our angel.  For more information, please contact Weinstein & Piser Funeral Home, (847) 256-5700.

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06/05/24 03:10 PM #1    

Gale Glassner (Twersky)

Beverly (aka Bevy) has been one of my dearest friends since grade school. She was the kindest, most loving friend one could ask for over our 65 yrs of forever friendship. She was resilient throughout very difficult times and yet, she was always so positive and uplifting. Her husband Allan, and their daughter, Nicole are from the same pattern. I love them all so much! Bev gave me a bracelet that has "Soul Sisters" engraved upon the silver circle bracelet so I have been wearing  it daily as a reminder that I was blessed and gifted to have Bev's goodness and her spiritt with me always.  Gale

06/06/24 01:48 PM #2    

Bruce Boyer

Yes, since grade school at Lincoln. I hadnit seen Beverly in years but my memories are fond and enduring.


06/07/24 02:25 PM #3    

Nancy Schroeder

Bev  lived about 2 blocks from me since we were in 3rd grade. I have stayed in close touch with her since then. Whenever i flew home from California ( 44 years) we would get together for lunch. Allan would join us a few times over the years. We would still see each other when i move to Florida. (14)years.) Then Nicole would bring Bev to breakfast when we met and then just Nicole. After Covid it was hard for Bev  to get out. As Gale stated above, Bev  was such a lovely person and never had a bad comment about anyone. And a little trivia she had the most beautiful hand writing her entire life. My love to her family and I'll miss you.😢 

06/08/24 01:29 PM #4    

Ruth Gross

Nancy is so right. No one who received a note or letter from Bevy could ever forget her beautiful handwriting! But it is her kindness, gentleness, and loving compassion that we will really miss.

06/20/24 11:04 AM #5    

Ruth Gross

Here is Beverly's obituary-- 


The memorial service is on Tuesday, June 25 at noon at Beth Emet Synagogue, 1224 Dempster St., Evanston.

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