Scroggins, Beverly Ellen (Worden) (7 Apr 1936 - 4 Jun 2016) [14615:3].
Daughter of Scroggins, Elmer Alvin (1 Sep 1906 - 22 May 1981) [14571:3].
Daughter of Scroggins, Ellen Lamarious Cunningham ( - ) [14581:3]].
Wife of Worden, Stephen ( - ) .
Daily Republic, Beverly Ellen Worden, 19 Jun 2016 [24 Jun 2016]
(Updated 17 Dec 2016).
Beverly Ellen Worden passed peacefully at David Grant Medical Center on June 4, 2016, following a long illness.
Bev was born in Houston, Texas, to Ellen and Elmer Scroggins on April 7, 1936. Bev grew up on a ranch outside of Tomball, Texas, where she graduated from Tomball High School. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and her teacher’s degree.
She married her husband, Stephen Worden, a United States Air Force officer in Sept. 1958, and lived and taught school near Harlingen Air Force Base, Texas. She later moved to Sacramento, California, while her husband was in Vietnam and then joined him in Okinawa before eventually moving to Fairfield, California. Bev taught school at Vanden High School and Golden West Middle School and was later a homemaker for several years until becoming a real estate agent until she retired in 2001.
She was an active member of Kiwanas and the Solano Yacht Club for several years. Bev enjoyed playing golf, sailing, boating and was an active bridge player with several local clubs. Her other interests included gourmet cooking, traveling and dancing. She deeply loved and enjoyed being with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Her outgoing personality and wry sense of humor will be sorely missed by her family and friends.
She is survived by her husband, Stephen Worden; sons, Mark and Brett; daughter, Stephanie Radosevich; four granddaughters; one grandson; and five great-grandsons.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her brother, Gary Scroggins.
Her family will be holding a celebration of life from 1 to 5 p.m. at her home on June 26, 2016. The family respectfully requests that no flowers be sent but rather contributions be made to The Alzheimers Foundation of America in her name.