Beverly Dawn Staheli Cramer was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother during her 92 years of life. She slipped away peacefully at home, surrounded by family, on the afternoon of April 25, 2023. She was known for her sweet and spunky personality, selflessness, resilience, unwavering faith in the Savior and His gospel, and magnificent musical talents.\n\nBeverly was born in Enterprise, Utah on March 20, 1931, to Jesse LeRoy Staheli and Belle Truman. Her mother, Belle, passed away when Beverly was seven years old and she was a daddy’s girl for the rest of her life. We know that, after 85 years, the three of them had a sweet heavenly reunion. Beverly grew up and attended school in Enterprise with her four brothers and two sisters.\n\nWhile Beverly was blessed with many talents and hobbies, including tole painting, winning card games, getting a good deal at the grocery store, candy making, and decorating beautiful wedding cakes, she was most well known for her skill and passion for music. As a young child, she would lay on a blanket behind her dad for hours while he played the piano for community dances. She surprised her dad by teaching herself to play the piano as well. Soon she was able to play any song by ear and shared her talents with many throughout her life.\n\nWhile living with her brother in Provo and working at the phone company as a switchboard operator, she met her sweetheart of 72 years, Richard Lowe Cramer. He soon won her over with his kindness and good nature. They were married and sealed for time and eternity in the Manti, Utah Temple on August 17, 1950, at ten minutes to midnight.\n\nBeverly and Richard made their first home in Provo, Utah where she continued working for the phone company. One year later, Richard was drafted and Beverly took care of things at home while he served in the Korean War. After Richard returned home, the two of them spent the next years of their lives raising five wonderful children in various parts of Utah and Nevada, but they considered Enterprise to be home.\n\nAs an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Beverly served many years as choir director as well as holding several callings in the Relief Society, Primary, and Young Women organizations. After retirement, Richard and Beverly also served three missions for the Church–one in Houston, Texas, one in Spokane, Washington, and a service mission in West Valley City, Utah. Her faith was strong and was a guiding light in Beverly’s life and she lived her beliefs every day.\n\nThe love of Beverly’s life was her family. Her eyes sparkled when she saw or spoke of her husband, children, 17 grandchildren, and 30 great-grandchildren (with at least one more great-grandchild on the way). The grandkids knew she was always good for a sweet treat and a hug. When asked what advice she would give to her grandchildren, she said, “Be happy, don’t worry about the little things, and love one another.”\n\nBeverly is survived by her sweetheart of 72 years, Richard Cramer of North Ogden; her brother Norm Staheli (Terri) of Enterprise, and her children Garth Cramer (Martha) of Granger, Indiana; Dawnette Procell (Roy) of Payson; Vince Cramer (Debbie) of Rigby, Idaho; Tammy Heywood (Ed) of North Ogden; and Donald Cramer (Michelle) of Clinton. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers and two sisters. \n\nMemorial services will be held Saturday, April 29th, 2023 at 11:00 AM at the North Ogden Fruitland building, 2340 Fruitland Drive in North Ogden, UT. The viewing will be held on Saturday morning from 9:00 AM to 10:45 AM at the church building. \n\nThe family would like to thank Beverly’s fantastic hospice nurse, Julie, for her attentiveness, compassion, and thoughtfulness.\n\nYour legacy will live on and you will always be in our hearts, tickle those ivories in the sky. We love you!