Beverly Ann Unger (nee Dorrington), age 71 of Concord Twp., formerly of Mentor, passed away September 19th, 2022 at University Hospitals with her family by her side. She was born in Cleveland, February 23rd, 1951 to the late Hubert and Lee Joyce Dorrington.
Bev started her career as an accountant for many small businesses and then she moved onto home health care where she was in high demand for her extraordinary loving care. She enjoyed bowling and taught figure skating at the Mentor Civic Center. She loved her family.
Bev is the loving wife of the late Robert “Bob” Unger; dearest mother of Erica “Ricci” Boslay, Leesa Unger and Jacob Unger; beloved grandmother of Christopher (Ashley Dunlap) Malone and Antonio Figueroa; she was an expected great grandmother to a baby girl; cherished sister of Michael Dorrington and the late William Dorrington; aunt of many.
The Unger family will receive friends from 2:00 – 6:00 PM Sunday, September 25th at Jeff Monreal Funeral Home, 1000 Mentor Ave., Painesville. A funeral service will be held at 10:00 AM Monday at the funeral home. Burial at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon Twp.
5 Replies to “Beverly Ann Unger (nee Dorrington)”
Ric, I’m so sorry for your loss, and for your children to lose a wonderful Mother and Grandmother. I knew your Mom for so many years, and was so touched when she would confide in me. I will keep her memory in my heart .
Bev you are my cousin. We grew up together. I feel like I lost a sister. You are now in the ‘arms of the Angels’…I will miss you so much. You were such a good person. You always looked out & cared for others.
I will treasure your memory forever. .& I know ‘somehow’.., you are still with all those you loved.
Bev, I hold you in my heart with many childhood memories, being scolded by your Dad as we giggled long into the night during a sleepover, parties at your house, visits to mine, roller skating, swimming, dancing at the Agora when older, picnic reunions. You were a treasure in my life, a blessing.
I want to send my condolences as my heart is heavy to know I have lost a beautiful friend in Bev. I worked with her on a private duty case and we grow a friendship I will miss our lunch dates at corky’s and lennie I hope you find peace with the memories she has left you. May God bless you and keep you safe always. A friend I will miss
I don’t know what I. would have done without Beverly Unger in my life. She was a treasured and in-valuable friend,and my heart aches because I was unable to do for her what she had done for my mother(Millie Heller). Bev lovingly cared for both Mother (Cleveland) and me (Cincinnati) with her daily patience ,compassion, and love. She drove Millie to Cleveland to be with her youngest grandchild Jordan(after his graduation from OU ) and her son-in-law Ron(the veterinarian who answered any questions about Inky and Copper) and our other children(Marnie (now 50), Kerri (now 48), and Jonathan (43). This was the last time our children were able to see their Nana. We all sat down for dinner and Mom got tears-eyed and said ,”Isn’t it wonderful we can all be together!’ ‘”. By the next morning Mom didn’t know who we were or where she was (dementia).Bev had a tough ride back to Cleveland with her charge (but not one complaint!).We will forever remember our “last supper”with Mom and Bev and will hold Bev responsible for the wonderful memories.