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Susan Silva Bevier
Susans Bevier Obit Photo

Susan Silva Bevier, 60, originally from Fall River, MA and most recently of Camden, SC, departed this earthly life peacefully on Sunday morning, February 3, 2013. A service for friends and family will be held at the Quaker Cemetery in Camden at a date to be announced. Donations in honor of Ms. Bevier should be sent to the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter, 460 S. Fair Street, Camden, SC 29020.

Ms. Bevier was a graduate of the Network Engineering program at Midlands Technical College and had recently retired as the supervisor for statewide desktop support for the South Carolina Department of Revenue after a multi-year career. Before working at the Department of Revenue, Susan worked as a purchasing executive for Burger King in Miami for 17 years. Susan had a great love for cooking, crafts, pets, sewing and flying with her husband; she was also one of the founding members of the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1132 in Camden and a longtime supporter of the ASPCA. Most of all, Ms. Bevier was a caring wife, daughter, mother, mother-in-law, aunt, grandmother, sister-in-law and friend who loved life, family and friends.

Susan is survived by her husband of 15 years, Mr. Kim Edward Bevier of Camden; her parents, Januario and Mary Silva of Manning; her daughter, Jamie Williams and her husband, Willy (Donald Jr.) of Catania, Italy; her son, Jason Godber and his wife, Janessa of Miami, FL; daughter, Diana Bevier-Geddes and her husband, James of Columbia; son, Steven Bevier of Columbia; her niece, Lori Ann Finelli of Port Richey, FL; her grandchildren, Toy (Donald III) and Kaitlyn Williams of Catania, Italy; and her sister-in-law Nancy of Clearwater, FL. She was also the sister of the late Jan Silva of Fall River, MA.

Susan’s family and friends will miss her dearly.

Kornegay Funeral Home, Camden Chapel, is assisting the family.

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