Beverly Lorraine Marble

December 2, 2023

Sadly, our dear mother, Beverly Lorraine Marble, passed away on December 2, 2023, at the age of 83, in Fallon Nevada.

Beverly was born in Kason, Minnesota to Stanley and Geraline Bielenberg. She lived in many places growing up. Beverly graduated from Antelope Valley High School in Lancaster, California in 1958. She moved to Fallon in 1967 and then to Thompson Falls, Montana in 1979 before returning to Fallon to stay in 1983.

Beverly was a florist by trade. Everyone who did business at Desert Rose Florist knew her as a very calm, friendly face and to be extremely helpful to anyone stopping by to order flowers for all occasions in Fallon. After retiring from floral business, she became an in-home Caregiver to many in town needing assistance. Beverly was a very giving and loving individual who touched many lives. Beverly was a very humble woman who would have given you her last dollar if you needed it, even if she would be without.

Beverly was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Walter Marble and sister, Marlene Opper.

Beverly is survived by daughter Lisa (Carl) Erquiaga of Fallon, son Edwin Campbell of Cornelius, Oregon, daughter Whitney (Jim) Sivak, son Britt Bray, both of Thompson Falls, Montana, and daughter, Leighanne Ballentine of North Carolina. Beverly was blessed with, and is survived by, 15 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, and friends, all of whom she loved dearly.

Beverly is also survived by sisters Patricia Hann-Boback of Santa Ana, California and Sheryl Kaiser of Millington, Tennessee, and sister-in-law Vickie Frasier of Tehachapi, California.

No services are scheduled currently. A celebration of life is planned for June 2024 in Fallon.

In lieu of flowers the family is suggesting donations to Churchill Animal Protection Society (CAPS) and her church, The Country Church, both in Fallon or to further her love of gardening, plants, flowers, and the outdoors please plant a tree, a rosebush, or some spring tulips to remember her by.