Beverley Rose Anne Huckle, 76, of Medicine Hat, passed away on January 30, 2023. She was born July 5, 1946 in St. John’s, New Brunswick and moved to Redcliff as a toddler. Growing up in Redcliff, she made many lifelong friends and was very proud to have been Redcliff’s Teen Queen in 1965. On July 29, 1967, she married George Douglas Huckle at St. Ambrose Church in Redcliff. Bev and Doug moved to the west coast in 1973, eventually retiring in Chilliwack. Together, they loved to travel and enjoyed nothing more than taking cruises and made many new friends along the way. In August 2021, Bev’s health began to fail and it became evident she needed a little extra support. She moved back to Medicine Hat in June 2022 to be closer to her niece, Rhonda, whom she loved like a daughter. It gave her great pleasure being closer to her family in Redcliff and reconnecting with her friends; she was always a Redcliff gal at heart. She was excited to once again celebrate a family Christmas this past year and made sure everyone had a gift and a little extra something to remember her by. Bev is survived by her niece, Rhonda Husty (Bill) and their children, Logan Mattson and Robyn Mattson; her nephew, Terry Maser (Linda) and their children, Johnathan and Emily; her sister, Valerie Gaudet and nephew, Tyler (Emily) Gaudet; sister-in-law, Glenda Duguid (David) and their children, Scott (Remy), Jennifer (Shane); and great niece, Annika Huckle. She was predeceased by her husband, Douglas Huckle; parents, Gerry and Irene Gaudet; sister and brother-in-law, Carol and Larry Maser; and her in-laws, Palmer and Martha Huckle. A private family interment will take place at the Redcliff Cemetery at a later date, where both Bev and Doug will be placed to rest. The family cannot thank the staff at Meadowlands enough for all they have done the last 6 months to enrich Bev’s life. In addition, our deepest gratitude to St. Joseph’s Hospice and the Medicine Hat Cancer Clinic. A special heartfelt thank you to Judi Tacholsky and Gordon Balmer for the love and support you have given Bev. In memory of Bev, the family ask that you do something kind for someone, make someone smile or share a silly joke – life is always brighter when you have something to smile about. Condolences may be sent through www.saamis.com or to firstname.lastname@example.org subject heading Beverley Huckle.