Winslow, Maine -- Alice “Beverly” Knight, 78 passed away on Thursday, April 25, 2013, at MaineGeneral Medical Center – Thayer Campus in Waterville, Maine, with family at her side. She was born September 16, 1934, in Bath, Maine, one of nine children of Alfred S. Erskine and Mary Elizabeth Pero Erskine Cloutier. Beverly was a homemaker and caretaker for many children, adults, and pets in need. She was always willing to give what she had to aid others and she was a true life saver to many that met her. Beverly was known as “Bev”, “Ma Knight”, or “Nana Knight” to many people. Beverly was predeceased by her father, Alfred S. Erskine, and mother, Mary Elizabeth Pero Erskine Cloutier; husband, Nathaniel E. Knight of Winslow, Maine; son, Stephen T. Knight of Winslow, Maine, Maine; sisters, Joyce Erskine of Bath, Betty Grant of Winslow, Maine, and Marilyn Palmer of Skowhegan, Maine. Beverly is survived by her longtime companion, Frank Kent of Winslow, Maine; daughter Treasuer M. Walde and husband Alfred of Winslow, Maine; former son in law, James R. Chamberlain of Waterville, Maine; son, Nathaniel E. Knight II of Winslow, Maine; grandchildren, Chris R. Chamberlain and wife Katee of South Portland, Maine, and Adam N. Chamberlain of Winslow, Maine; sisters, Patricia Holmes of Oakland, Maine, Jackie McCommic and husband Len of Winslow, Maine, Julie Ayers and husband Denny of Winslow, Maine; brothers Stephen Erskine of Waterville, Maine and Ted Erskine and wife Linda of South Carolina; nephews and godchildren Mike D. Ayers of Rockland, Maine and Mark D. Ayers of Conway, New Hampshire; Frank Kent’s daughters, Polly Kent of Waterville, Maine, Teddi Blakney and husband Mark of Fairfield, Maine, and Kathy Pettengill and husband Travis of Oakland, Maine; and son, Frank Kent Jr. and wife Donna of Vassalboro, Maine. A celebration of Beverly’s life will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, May 3, at Lawry Brothers Funeral Home, 107 Main St., Fairfield, Maine. Burial will follow at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, at Howard Cemetery in Winslow, Maine. Flowers are welcomed.