Beverly I. WoodNovember 29,2012Beverly I. Wood
CHITTENDEN — Beverly I. Wood, 78, died Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, at the Rutland Regional Medical Center following a long illness.
She was born Sept. 15, 1934, in Rutland, the daughter of Earle F. Sr. and Viola (Laird) Spencer.
She married John Wood on Feb. 9, 1957.
Survivors include her husband John Wood of Chittenden; three daughters, Melissa Mossey of Pittsford, and Michele Dion and Kathleen Wood, both of Chittenden; two sons, Spencer D. Wood of Wallingford, and John W. Wood Jr. of Chittenden; five sisters, Sandra Smith and Edna Sargent both of Rutland, Janice McLaughlin of Mendon, and Nancy Ridlon and Linda Fabian, both of West Rutland; a brother, Robert Spencer of Rutland; seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by a sister Elaine Ransom in 2012, and two brothers, Earl Spencer Jr. in 1982, and Norman “Tony” Spencer in 2005.
There will be no public calling hours or funeral service.
Arrangements are by Aldous Funeral Home.
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