Forever In the Hearts They Leave Behind

Beverly Stalter

March 13, 1936 – February 15, 2024


Beverly Stalter loved the Lord with all her heart until she left this world to live eternally with Him on Feb. 15, 2024 at the age of 87 years old. Inviting Jesus’ love to pour through her to those around her led to people of all ages and backgrounds claiming Bev as their best friend. Many of them visited her in her last days at her new home , Acoya Assisted Living Community in Mesa, AZ. Bev taught Bible studies, faithfully joined prayer groups and served as a prayer partner, and initiated new programs and outreach opportunities in her church. Among those she initiated were the Cares Ministry, Funeral Meal Ministry, and Christmas baskets to the homebound, all continuing to this day at Via Church, Mesa, AZ. Bev was born on March 13, 1936, in Hot Springs, S.D., to Inez and Walter Dulin, both of whom predeceased her. LaValle and Duane Dulin, her two brothers, also preceded her in death. Bev and Vic Stalter were married on July 4, 1958. The two spent 39 happy years together when Vic passed on Dec. 6, 1997. They had no children. Bev never remarried, but instead, devoted her life to serving her Lord and others in need. She is survived by her nephew, Bryan Dulin, great nephew Nathaniel, and niece, Amber Eggleston, of Wyoming. Also surviving her is her dear sister-in-law, June Fields, of Mesa, AZ, along with all her church family. Having loved cats all her life, she fed feral cats at her home and rescued many during her life, she chose to have her most recent faithful and loyal cat, Beau, interred with her. At 18, Bev left Hot Springs, SD and moved to Denver, CO, to attend Central Business College where she graduated from in 1955. For 34 years, she was employed in the Finance Department of General Motors Acceptance Corporation. The couple moved to Arizona in 1989 for Vic’s health issues after fighting fires in Denver. During Vic and Bev’s time together they collected many things: cars, guns/rifles and coins. Bev currently is a small business owner here in Mesa, She became proficient in knowing the value of a wide array of items such as Precious Moments, Heisey glass and antiques. We are trusting that Bev has already heard from her beloved Lord and Savior, “Well done thou good and faithful servant” (Matthew 25:23). In lieu of flowers, Bev would prefer donations to the Compassion in Action fund at Via Church (www.viachurch.org/give).

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  1. James Dunson says:

    I am grateful for knowing my dear sister for 18 years we shared several moments in prayer during the time I came to service her home for Pest Control. She was a loving and giving person. May the Lord bless you may the Lord keep you, may the Lord face shine upon you and give you peace to all those who are survived by her.

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Beverly Stalter

March 13, 1936 – February 15, 2024


Beverly Stalter loved the Lord with all her heart until she left this world to live eternally with Him on Feb. 15, 2024 at the age of 87 years old. Inviting Jesus’ love to pour through her to those around her led to people of all ages and backgrounds claiming Bev as their best friend. Many of them visited her in her last days at her new home , Acoya Assisted Living Community in Mesa, AZ. Bev taught Bible studies, faithfully joined prayer groups and served as a prayer partner, and initiated new programs and outreach opportunities in her church. Among those she initiated were the Cares Ministry, Funeral Meal Ministry, and Christmas baskets to the homebound, all continuing to this day at Via Church, Mesa, AZ. Bev was born on March 13, 1936, in Hot Springs, S.D., to Inez and Walter Dulin, both of whom predeceased her. LaValle and Duane Dulin, her two brothers, also preceded her in death. Bev and Vic Stalter were married on July 4, 1958. The two spent 39 happy years together when Vic passed on Dec. 6, 1997. They had no children. Bev never remarried, but instead, devoted her life to serving her Lord and others in need. She is survived by her nephew, Bryan Dulin, great nephew Nathaniel, and niece, Amber Eggleston, of Wyoming. Also surviving her is her dear sister-in-law, June Fields, of Mesa, AZ, along with all her church family. Having loved cats all her life, she fed feral cats at her home and rescued many during her life, she chose to have her most recent faithful and loyal cat, Beau, interred with her. At 18, Bev left Hot Springs, SD and moved to Denver, CO, to attend Central Business College where she graduated from in 1955. For 34 years, she was employed in the Finance Department of General Motors Acceptance Corporation. The couple moved to Arizona in 1989 for Vic’s health issues after fighting fires in Denver. During Vic and Bev’s time together they collected many things: cars, guns/rifles and coins. Bev currently is a small business owner here in Mesa, She became proficient in knowing the value of a wide array of items such as Precious Moments, Heisey glass and antiques. We are trusting that Bev has already heard from her beloved Lord and Savior, “Well done thou good and faithful servant” (Matthew 25:23). In lieu of flowers, Bev would prefer donations to the Compassion in Action fund at Via Church (www.viachurch.org/give).