Beverly Ann Sackett

(1935-2018)
FatherManley Ray Sackett (1903-1989)
MotherMabel Ruth Thomas (1905-2003)
Beverly Ann Sackett
1935–2018
(Src: West Valley High School Yearbook, Spokane, 1953)
Beverly Ann Sackett, daughter of Manley Ray Sackett and Mabel Ruth Thomas, was born in Colfax, Whitman County, Washington StateG, on 15 January 1935.1 She died aged 83 in Peoria, ArizonaG, on 21 December 2018.2 She married in Millwood, Spokane County, Washington StateG, on 18 June 1954, Frank August Treibel, son of August J Treibel and Marie Ann Stitz.1,3 Frank was born in Washington StateG in about 1934.4
     In 1940 Beverly was living in Albion, Whitman County, Washington StateG, in the household of her parents Manley and Mabel, and was recorded in the census as Beverly Sackett, aged five and born in Washington State.5

Miss Sackett Weds Treibel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Treibel (Beverly Ann Sackett) left for California following their wedding recently at Millwood Community Presbyterian church.
     The bridegroom is stationed at Ford Ord, Calif.
     The Rev. Roy E. Howes officiated at the ceremony. Organist was Mrs. Jerry Naimy and vocalist, Miss Patricia Kennedy.
     The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manley R. Sackett, N4302 Argonne. She designed and made her bridal gown of embroidered organdy and lace over taffeta. Matching lace and pink rosebuds formed the headband for her veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of white Esther Reed daisies and pink rosebuds.
     Miss Janet Windecker in pink dotted swiss over taffeta was the bride's only attendant. She carried pink daisies and blue delphinium.
     The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Treibel, E8717 Alki. He was attended by Dick Cramer as best man. Ushers were Clarence Robison, LaFrance Smith and Cpl. Earl Sackett of Fort Lewis, brother of the bride.
Brothers Light Tapers
Tapers were lighted by Fred and Ray Sackett, brothers of the bride. Pink and white peonies, pink lupine and white daisies decorated the church and reception room.
     Assisting at the reception were Mrs. B. E. Edwards of Walla Walla, Mrs. John H. Thomas, Mrs. Hunter Darby, Mrs. Harriet Savage and the Misses Nancy Thomas, Pauline Thomas of Seattle, Pat Ramble, Joanne Stall-smith and Barbara Linda and Norma Naimy.
     The couple are graduates of West Valley high school. Mr. Treibel attended Washington State college for two years. His bride has been employed as a dental assistant.
     Among the out-of-town guests were G. H. Thomas, grandfather of the bride, and Nancy and Monte Thomas of Walla Walla.

Spokane Chronicle, Spokane, Washington, 25 Jun 1954, p 24.

Frank Treibel
(Src: Washington State University Yearbook, 1952)

Children of Beverly Ann Sackett and Frank August Treibel

Not shown.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Andrew P Sackett, Ancestors and Descendants of Frederick Plummer Sackett, published by the author (1983), 108, "Beverly Ann Sackett, horn January 15, 1935, at St. Manes Hospital, Colfax, Washington. She married Frank August Treibel on June 18, 1954. Frank has been a career staff member of the management of Chevron Chemical Company and Beverly was a leader in the Girl Scouts."
  2. Email from Donna Kay Treibel to Chris Sackett, Jun 2022.
  3. "Washington Marriage Records 1854–2013" (Ancestry image), "18 Jun 1954, Millwood, Spokane County, WA, Frank A Treibel, of Spokane, and Beverly Sackett, of Spokane. Witnesses: James Windecker, Richard Cramer. By Rev Roy E Howes."
  4. Census.
  5. 1940 United States census
    Roll m-t0627-04370, p 61A, ED 38-74
    Albion, Whitman, Washington
    Sackett, Manley, head, 36, secretary, YMCA State College, b. WA, home rented, $18
    Sackett, Mabel, wife, 34, teacher, b. MO
    Sackett, Earl, son, 7, b. WA
    Sackett, Beverly, daughter, 5, b. WA.
Sackett line4th great-granddaughter of Aaron Sackett
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Generation.Tree12T.3
Last Edited27 Jul 2022
 

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