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Harrisburg Funeral & Cremation
Thursday December 30th, 2021
2:00pm

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Beverlee Cox Larrabee

Beverlee Cox Larrabee, 80, of Concord, NC passed away at Atrium-Cabarrus on December 27, 2021 following an extended illness.

Beverlee was born on March 19, 1941 in Hamlet, NC to the late James Edward, Sr. and Louise Dunn Cox.

Along with her parents, Beverlee is preceded in death by her brother, James Edward Cox, Jr.

She is survived by her daughter Ginny Abbotts (Mark), son Kerry Larrabee (Cindy), grandchildren Ashley Bassett, Lauren Walker, Brooke Trussell, Brent Beeson and Elizabeth Bason, great grandchildren, Chloe, Jackson, Triston, Luke, Oliver, Elsie, Elijah, Beau, Whitley, Brooksley, brother Ansel Cox and Sister Harriette Cannon.

Beverlee was a loving mother and grandmother. She spent time as a missionary in the 1980s and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 1988. Beverlee worked as a high school teacher for Richmond Senior High in Rockingham, NC for 25 years before retiring in 2005. She will be missed dearly by her friends and family.

A memorial service will be held at 2pm on Thursday December 30, 2021 at Harrisburg Funeral & Cremation.


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Ms. Larrabee was a spiritual mentor to me for many years. When I heard she had left this physical earth to enter her heavenly home, I was immediately reminded of many of the conversations she and I had. I remember her telling me how she looked forward to the day that she was going to be able to lay her crowns at the feet of Jesus. I rejoice at the thought of this. The positive impact she had on people was great. I will forever be grateful for the time God allowed me spend with her and all that she taught me.

Tricia Wilson Dec 29 2021 11:26 PM

Dearest Ginny and Mark,
The video was surely a testimony of love that went deeply both ways. She loved her family so much, every single member! She was a wonderful friend and spiritual mother to me, and I always reminded her of that when she would feel down, as we all sometimes do. I never, in 40 years of having her as a friend, heard her speak unkindly of anyone. She loved her Lord with all her heart and that love couldn't help but overflow! My husband, Bill loved her, as well! We will miss her, but there's no doubt she is in the presence of Jesus!
Love, Bill & Barbara Reinbott

Barbara Reinbott Dec 29 2021 5:44 PM

Dear Ginny, Our deepest heartfelt sympathy .Linda and I both send our love.

Troy and Lindam Dec 29 2021 3:33 PM

That was the most beautiful pictures I have ever watched. You have so many wonderful memories of your mother. I'm so happy you're blessed to have had her with you so long. She was always a wonderful lady to me. I'm glad she's resting now with Jesus Christ. No more pain. Just joy and the victory of her journey here. I love you Ginny. May you have comfort and blessings.

Lita Rowlette Dec 29 2021 2:07 PM

Ginny and Kerry,
I am so very sorry for the loss of your mom. My nephew, Benji Carter, loved her dearly, and spoke of her often. My thoughts and 🙏 prayers go out to you.
Sherry Carter Mitchell

Sherry Carter Mitchell Dec 29 2021 1:58 PM