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74 Trinity Avenue
Gouverneur, NY, 13642
United States


Beverly E. Dalton

Dan McClelland

Beverly E. Dalton, 86, of Richville, passed away on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at her home.
Funeral services are private with the Green Funeral Home, Gouverneur.
 Beverly was born on May 29, 1930 in Fowler, the daughter of Roland B. and Cleo Allen Dalton.
She graduated from Gouverneur High School in 1947, attended A.B. Hepburn School of Nursing, received certification in public health, graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science degree, and performed graduate work at the universities of Rochester and Cortland.
Beverly worked in the healthcare field for many years. She worked for the NYS Dept. of Health in Gouverneur, for St. Lawrence County in the Massena area, served as a public health nurse in Alaska on Kodiak Island and in Metlakatka, and at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL. She also was employed at Cortland County Health Department in Marathon and Cortland and at the St. Lawrence County Psychiatric Center in Ogdensburg.
Bev served on the advisory committees of SUNY Canton and BOCES, was a surrogate member and decision-making member of New York State for persons disabled, a member of the United Church of Richville, and Richville Friendship Class.
 She enjoyed photography, genealogy, travel, pets, and pet therapy.
 Bev is survived by her great nephew, Chad Dalton of Richville, who she raised from an infant. She is also survived by her brothers Roland Dalton of Marcellus, James Dalton of South Carolina, Robert Dalton of Phoenix, NY, Gary Dalton of DeKalb Jct., her foster brothers James Allen of Central Square and Richard Allen of Florida.
Bev is predeceased by her parents, a brother Norman Dalton, a sister Nancy Ellingsworth, nieces Sheryl Dalton and Sandra Dalton, a great niece Caitlyn Whitney and great nephew Nicholas Bloodgood.
Memorial donations in Bev's memory may be made to a charity of one's choice.