Beverly Boller-Taylor passed away peacefully at the age of 77, Feb. 23rd, 2022, in Cottonwood, ID. Beverly was born on July 20th, 1944, to Bud and Donna Boller. She was raised on the family ranch with her 8 brothers and sisters, in Kooskia, Idaho. Beverly was a hard worker, working with the family to drive cattle up the Lochsa river, in the spring, to summer pasture; in the fall, they would gather the cattle and bring them home again to calve. This type of upbringing taught Beverly about hard work and dedication, giving her a fierce work ethic, that she maintained throughout life, and that she instilled in her two sons.\nBeverly graduated from Kooskia High School, in 1962. She pursued many occupational opportunities, often working two jobs to raise her sons, Clint and Cody Sewell.\nIn 1975, she found her calling as a Realtor. For 35 years, she helped many families find homes and ranches, in Idaho and Washington. Through positive influence and good heart, she made the million dollar sales club, multiple times. Her sharp Realtor skills even took her to the Cayman Islands.\nBeverly was a loyal, loving and dedicated mother. Her favorite time of the year was going to Mackay Bar in autumn, to steelhead fish with her two boys, family and friends, camping and fishing the Salmon River together. This tradition started with her Uncles, and will continue to be passed down for generations.\nPreceded in Death her parents, Bud and Donna Boller; Siblings: David, Jean, Jamie, Fred, Bunny, Art, and Ede.\nSurvived by her sons Clint (Nancy) Sewell, Cody (Tanya) Sewell; her sister Skip (Jerry) Roberts, and Brother-in-Law Val Griffith. Her granddaughters Sydney and Jayden Sewell. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.\nThere will be a Celebration of Bev's Life on Monday March 7th, 2022; starting at Trenary Funeral Home at 11 am. There will be a graveside service, with a potluck meal to follow at the Community Center of Kooskia; meat will be provided, side dishes, desserts, and shared memories will be appreciated.