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Beverly Jeanne Hartzman
October 1, 1947 ~ August 20, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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In Memoriam: Beverly Jeanne Hartzman
October 1, 1947 - August 20, 2023
It is with deep sadness that we share that Beverly Hartzman of Colorado Springs passed away on August 20, 2023. Beverly's life began in New Castle, Pennsylvania on October 1, 1947. Born to parents William Walter Hutley and Jeanne Roberta Hutley, her life would be an adventure of triumphs and challenges, a true testament to the human experience.
Beverly was married twice - first to Albert Andre Voorhies in 1967. Making their home in New Orleans, they would have two children before Albert died in 1978. Beverly’s second marriage to Carl Davis Hartzman in 1982 would take her on a journey from New Orleans to Hawaii to Colorado and back to New Orleans again before their divorce in 2008.
The complexity of life was not lost on Beverly. She had a sharp mind and resilient spirit. Even through her own struggle with mental illness, she was determined to pursue graduate studies to better understand her challenges. One of her proudest accomplishments was returning to college in her retirement years to earn a degree in psychology from William Carey University.
Beverly loved the sound of the ocean waves, gazing at the majesty of the mountains, and driving on winding back roads in a convertible with the top down. In quiet moments, you could often find her engrossed in a crossword puzzle or solving sudoku. Most of all, she treasured the companionship of her canines. They were truly her best friends and were at her side till the very end.
Beverly is survived by her children Kimber (Voorhies) Liu and Brian Voorhies, brother Dennis Hutley, sister Kelli Su (Hutley) Wilkinson, grandchildren Van Voorhies, Dax Voorhies, and Alicia Skye Liu.
In honoring Beverly's memory, her family suggests contributing to contributing to NAMI, an organization that supports individuals navigating the labyrinth of mental health struggles.