Cimino, Beverly A.

April 10, 1951 - September 27, 2015

Beverly Ann Cimino (nee Carroll), of Dallas, Texas passed away September 27, 2015.

Beverly was born April 10, 1951, in Dallas, and was a lifelong resident.  Beverly attended Thomas Jefferson High School and Brookhaven Community College.  She was a long time employee of Shariff & Munir Custom Homes.

Bev was an avid tennis player, loved to play Scrabble and enjoyed watching classic musicals.

She was a person of strong faith and cared deeply for her family and friends.  Bev thrived when helping others. Her endless compassion for those in need was well known. She will be missed by all who knew her and loved her.

She is survived by her son, Brian Cimino; step-sons, Jeremy and Jason Meseberg; grandchildren, Preston, Nicolas, and Adelyn Cimino; Luke and Abby Meseberg; Kennedi and Dylan Meseberg; sister, Mary Ellis; and brother, Roland Carroll.

She is preceded in death by parents Gill and Mary Cassie Wood and sister, Jackie Shobe.

A memorial service will be held at 1 PM on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at Fellowship Dallas Church, 9330 N. Central (and Park Ave – behind the Toys R Us and Best Buy)

In lieu of flowers, consider a donation in Beverly’s name to Oxford House at  Click on “Contact Us” and then “Donations.”  Then click on “Network for Good.”


Arrangements under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
10116 E Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75238


6 replies on “Cimino, Beverly A.”

Beth cimino says:

Brian. So sorry to hear about your Mom. Always remember all the great things about her and forget everything else. It’s been a long time – hope to see you again soon. Beth

Joan Daniels says:

So very sorry for your loss , Beverly is resting in the arms of Jesus now, no more worries.. We often talked about missing our loved ones & I am happy that she is reunited with her Family in Heaven, know that Bev is at Peace .we will see her soon, as she is waiting at The River with everyone …. I love you Beverly…

Marie Kline says:

Brian – I was very sorry to hear about your mom. I never met her, but had heard she was a lovely lady. My sincere condolences.

Barbara and David says:

We have the greatest memories of your Mom in our Dallas neighborhood. She truly loved you, Brian, and was so kind to all the other children, including our, Bryan. Praying for you and your family.

Teresa Williams says:

Brian – I knew your mother during a more recent time in her life. She never missed a chance to say how much she loved you and your family and how proud she was of you. She was a beautiful woman and you will never know how many lives she touched. Bev, this is for you:
“The comfort of having a friend may be taken away, but not that of having had one,” –Seneca

Jayette says:

Brian, I had been trying to reach your mother for quiet sometime and I just found this. It breaks my heart that she is gone. I have missed her so much. She was a crazy, vivacious loving person. I think of all the garage sales we went to. Trying to get her drive on the highway, which she did once. I hope Jackie and bogey were waiting for her. I am truly sadden that she is gone. She loved all you boys so much and all of the grandkids. I wish we would have not lost touch. Forever in my heart she will be.

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