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Belva Louise Maybee Perry passed away quietly in her sleep on Apr. 22, 1999 surrounded by her husband and children. She was born on Jan. 5, 1934, in Butte, Montana, the second child of Eric and Rita Maybee. Sisters Barbara Carter, Judy Bell, Delsa Daniels and Deborah Larson and brothers William Maybee, John MayBee, Duane Stark and Joseph Stark and numerous nieces and nephews survive her. Her parents and stepfather Donald Stark all preceded her in death. She was also greatly influenced by her grandparents Julius and Harriet Millecam with whom she lived for several years.
She graduated from Butte High School and attended Brigham Young University. As a committed member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints she served in the West Central State Mission.
Belva captured the attention and empowered the spirits of all who came under her influence. An admired church leader, teacher, mother, foster mother, grandmother, aunt and friend, she lovingly left her mark on all of us, leaving each and every one of us with sweet everlasting memories to help fill the void we find in our lives without her.
She is survived by her husband of forty-three years, Robert L. Perry, whom she met in Seattle and to whom she was married for eternity in the Logan, Utah, LDS Temple, and children Byron Perry, Bret Perry and wife Vickie of Everett, Bianca Krall and husband, Kevin, of Olympia, WA, and Benita Saatvedt and husband Jon of Columbia City, OR and nine grandchildren, Jon and David Strange, Tommes and Sara Saatvedt, Carly and Dustin Krall, Tylor, Kendra and Jacob Perry.
Funeral Services were held in the Everett Stake Center 9509 19th Ave. SE at 1 PM Tuesday Apr. 27th.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to her
lifelong research on her family history. Please mail them to: