Beverly Ann (nee Fattell) Maggio, devoted spouse and loving mother, of West Long Branch, N.J., formerly of Passaic Park, N.J., entered into eternal life peacefully at her home at age 80, on Tuesday, August 24th, 2021, surrounded by and in the loving care of her family.
Visitation will be on Sunday August 29th from 2-6pm at Bizub-Quinlan Funeral Home, 1313 Van Houten Avenue, Clifton. Funeral services will begin with a prayer beginning at the funeral home on Monday August 30th at 9:15am followed by a Celebratory Mass at 10:00am at St. Philip the Apostle RC Church, 797 Valley Road, Clifton. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa.
Born in Paterson on February 20, 1941 to Joseph Fattell and Julia (nee Balkjian) Fattell of Armenian, Syrian and Lebanese descent, Beverly went on to dedicate her life to her husband, her daughters and seven grandchildren. She was a graduate of St. Benedictine Academy and enjoyed both watching and playing tennis in her younger years. Beverly was proud to be one of the few women traders on Wall Street in the 1980s with Spear, Leeds & Kellogg which fostered a life-long love for trading stocks as an Equities trader and overall stock market guru. She was passionate about current events and intellectual discussion among her family members, always teaching and learning. Dedicated to her faith, Beverly found solace in Sunday mass and fostering relationships in her church community, St. Michael’s RC Church in Long Branch, among parishioners and staff. Aside from her family and faith, she enjoyed spending time with close friends and finding humor in life. Her shining smile lit up the dinner table and she was truly herself in the presence of those she loved. She had a love for travel and enjoyed several trips to Europe with her husband and family. She was a member of the Deal Golf and Country Club and a lifelong member of the New York Athletic Club. She loved working in her garden, was an avid cook and enjoyed hosting a good party, finding personal joy in serving others. She had an appreciation for music and fashion and loved shopping with her granddaughters.
Beverly was predeceased by her beloved and deeply missed husband of fifty-one years, Dr. Bart E. Maggio, who passed away in 2016 as well as by three dear siblings: George A. Fattell, Gayle Napoleon and Mary Lou Fattell, whom she always held in a special place in her heart.
She is survived by her four loving and devoted daughters: Monique Maggio Koribanics and her husband, Michael P. Koribanics, Michele Maggio Agresti and her husband, Dr. Robert J. Agresti, Nicole Maggio and Simone Maggio Poveromo and her husband, Nicholas Poveromo; seven cherished grandchildren: Carly (Agresti) Hartman, Christen Koribanics, Lindsay Agresti, John Bart Koribanics, Stephanie Agresti, Ava Poveromo and Nicholas Poveromo. She is also survived by her dear sister Gloria La Bruzza and her husband, Sal; four cherished nephews: Joseph La Bruzza, Anthony J. Napoleon, George M. Fattell and John Fattell as well as by numerous additional loved nieces, nephews and extended family and friends who all mourn her passing. May her memory be eternal and may she be granted everlasting life in the kingdom of heaven.
In lieu of flowers, Beverly’s family kindly requests memorial contributions to either St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (www.stjude.org), 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or to the Wounded Warrior Project (www.woundedwarriorproject.org), P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, KS 66675-8516, two charities that were very important and meaningful to her. Please visit www.bizubquinlan.com for driving directions or to leave online condolences to the family on the Tribute Wall of Beverly’s obituary page.
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