Beverly Ann Miller Bloomer Green, a much-loved Mom, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, and Friend left this earthly home and moved into her Heavenly one on Friday, February 3rd, 2023, surrounded by her family. Bev was born in Greenville, South Carolina on October 19, 1946, to Roosevelt and Polly Miller but lived most of her life in Cleveland. Her high school and initial college classes were at Lee College, then she completed her degree at Cleveland State.
During her life, she held several jobs including White Wing Publishing House, Coppinger's, Cleveland City court reporter, and personal secretary in Session Courts.
Beverly was a beautiful lady inside and out. Because of illness, her last several years was spent tethered to an oxygen tank, therefore limiting many of her activities. Nevertheless, she did as much as she could.
The last church she attended was at The Church at Grace Point, but her formative years were spent attending the first North Cleveland Church of God then Westmore Church of God.
Beverly was an avid reader and always had a book by her side. She also Millers loved keeping in touch with her many friends and her cousin Jerry Miller and loved playing games on her phone. She laughed a lot. She was a people person and was loved by all who knew her. Throughout her lifetime she almost always had a dog to love. Her most recent one was a Chihuahua, Peaches.
Beverly is preceded in death by her parents, her first husband Paul Bloomer, her sister and brother-in-law Sondra and Bill Park.
She leaves to mourn her absence, Alethia Bloomer Adams Hayes and her son and his wife Paul W. Bloomer, Jr. and Teri Sterner; grandchildren, Jason Adams, Jamie Adams, Kristen Bloomer, James Bloomer, Amelia Bloomer; great-grandchildren; Takaylin Adams, Skylar Crittenden, Ethan Adams Park, and Grayson Adams. Also mourning her is her second Husband, George Green. She had several cousins ・and friends that she loved dearly. She also left behind her loving cat Pinky
The memorial service will be Sat. March 4. from 2-4 with the service to follow at the Church at Grace Point. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to local SPCA or Proton Therapy of Knoxville