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Beverly Jean Newhall

February 20, 1916 - September 2, 2017

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Beverly Jean Stewart Sutterle Newhall, Feb 20, 1916 - Sept 2, 2017

Beverly Newhall of Dana Point passed away peacefully on Sept 2, 2017 surrounded by her loving family. She was born Feb 20, 1916 in Kansas City, Missouri to Roscoe and Ella Mae Stewart. The family moved to Beverly Hills where she attended school and was voted to be on the Beverly Hills float in the January 1930 Rose Parade. She graduated from Marlborough and attended College and Finishing School.

Beverly married and started a family with her first husband, Forrest...

Beverly Jean Stewart Sutterle Newhall, Feb 20, 1916 - Sept 2, 2017

Beverly Newhall of Dana Point passed away peacefully on Sept 2, 2017 surrounded by her loving family. She was born Feb 20, 1916 in Kansas City, Missouri to Roscoe and Ella Mae Stewart. The family moved to Beverly Hills where she attended school and was voted to be on the Beverly Hills float in the January 1930 Rose Parade. She graduated from Marlborough and attended College and Finishing School.

Beverly married and started a family with her first husband, Forrest Sutterle, and they lived in La Canada. Following the end of her first marriage, Beverly met the love of her life, William (Bill) Mayo Newhall III. After 20 years of marriage, Bill passed away in 1986. Beverly is survived by her brother, Roscoe Stewart; her children, Forrest Newhall (Laura), Diane Newhall Saunders (Bill); grandchildren Forrest Newhall (Colleen), Julie Newhall Gimeno(Jason), Will Saunders, Whitney Saunders; and 6 great-grandsons.

Beverly was very involved with her children's education, and was president of the LaCanada PTA. She became a very successful real estate broker. After marrying Bill, they moved to Huntington Harbour where they enjoyed entertaining, traveling, and spending time with family. Beverly was integral to the Huntington Beach K9 Unit.

Beverly was a beautiful woman to the end, and will be missed by her loving family. Private services will be held. Donations may be made to City of Hope.

The family wishes to thank Rosario for her loving care and prayers.