Beverly Hoover
1929 - 2021
Palmetto Cremation Society
5638 N. Rhett Avenue
North Charleston, SC 29406
Beverly Hoover Charleston - Beverly L. Hoover, 92, passed away in her home in Charleston South Carolina, on June 2, 2021. Beverly was born on March 12, 1929, in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, to William and Amanda Lessard. She attended the University of New Hampshire and met her husband, John "Jack" Hoover, during a summer semester. Upon graduation she was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to work in Washington, D.C. She later married Jack and began a career teaching. Beverly traveled the world accompanying Jack on multiple business trips. They retired to Seabrook Island South Carolina having spent vacations there for decades. She is survived by her son, John Hoover; her daughter, Liza Hoover; her grandchildren, Carol Gagnon, Tierney Jautze, John Hoover and Amanda Chkir; her great-grandchildren, Yaseen Chkir, Ryder Jautze, Knox Hoover and Layla Chkir. A private family service will be held in her honor. Donations can be made to Sea Island Habitat for Humanity, Johns Island, South Carolina. Palmetto Cremation Society, N. Charleston is assisting. Visit our guestbook at
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Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Jun. 8 to Jun. 9, 2021.
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I loved my visits with Bev & Jack to update her on UNH. She loved sharing stories of her days in Durham and she was a true Wildcat. Rest in peace Bev- I am a better person for having known you. And Go 'Cats. -Tim Allison, Portsmouth, NH
Timothy Allison
June 17, 2021
Bev and Jack were pillars of the Seabrook community in their retirement. We were privileged to have shared in their life on the Island.
George A Haskins
June 9, 2021