Michelle (Pavelock) Herring

Michelle Marie Pavelock Herring, a life-long Beacon resident was called home to be with Her Lord Jesus Christ on her birthday May 14, 2020, she had turned 52 years old. Michelle was born on May 14, 1968 in Cold Spring, NY, daughter of Herbie Lee and Dianne Marie Pavelock.

Michelle attended Beacon City Schools, and graduate from Beacon High School, Class of 1987. She went onto receive her degree in nursing which truly was her passion. Michelle worked as a nurse in various different health care facilities, and recently was the Director of Nursing Assistants at the Martine Center for Nursing Rehabilitation & Nursing in White Plains, NY.

On July 14, 2010 in Beacon, she married Johnnie J. Herring Jr., who survives her at home.

Along with her husband of almost-10 years, Michelle is survived by her daughters: Carmela Buggs and Caprice Herring; and her 3 adoring grandchildren: Jeremiah Tucker, Jourdan Tucker and Avah Elise Herring. She is also survived by her mother Dianne Pavelock, her father Herbie Lee, her sister Tracy Lee. and a host of nieces, nephews and dear friends.

Michelle was predeceased by her sister Kelly Lee, her grandparents John and Carmela Pavelock

‘In light of the recent worldwide occurrences dealing with the outbreak of COVID-19”; A Memorial Gathering will be held at a later date at the convenience of Michelle’s Family. Arrangements were entrusted to the professional care of the LIBBY FUNERAL & CREMATIONS, 55 Teller Avenue, Beacon, NY 12508 845-831-0179. To offer a message of condolence or share a fond memory, please visit: www.libbyfuneralhome.com

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  1. Michele Torsiello says:

    Michelle and I were more than friends , we truly were ‘sisters.’ Our friendship was so special that it was a once in a lifetime occurrence – there will never be another Michelle in my life. I was honored to have been there for her until the end as she valiantly fought this merciless beast we have come to know as COVID. She was and always will be an angel in my life that I loved and have wonderful memories of. May she now rest in eternal peace with our Heavenly Father and the angels in Heaven. You are my best friend and I can now say I have a guardian angel watching over me from heaven. My deepest sympathy to Dianne, John, Carmela, Caprice, Jeremiah, Jourdan and Avah who were so fortunate to have had her love in their lives. How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard. Fly high beautiful angel!!!
    You will forever be in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    My Deepest Sympathy and Love,
    Michele Torsiello

  2. Michele Torsiello says:

    Our heartfelt condolences and love are with all of you at this difficult time. May you find strength and comfort in the wonderful memories of what an extraordinary person your beloved daughter, wife, mother and mimi was.
    All our love and deepest sympathy,
    Michele & Franco Torsiello & Family

  3. Dawna Bowles says:

    God bless you and keep you during this very difficult time…Michelle was one of the sweet blessings to my family…she was one of the many angels that took such good care of my Mother when she was at Wingate in Beacon. I will always remember her for her kind and patient demeanor with my Mom and my Dad. It’s a blessing when you find that kind of care in a nursing home these days. I am so very, very thankful to have known Michelle and I am so very, very sorry your loss! God bless you and keep you and I will be keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers πŸ™. Love to you all, Dawna Bowles.

  4. Juliana Torsiello says:

    ‘Aunt’ Michelle was a dear friend, a daughter, a mother, a worker, a wife, and a hero to hundreds. My condolences to the entire Herring family as we all miss her dearly.
    I am so blessed to have known her these past 10 years and will cherish our memories forever.
    Love always,
    Juliana Torsiello
    a.k.a your brat

  5. Katherine Williams says:

    Praying for her children and husband πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ May the Lord comfort their hurts,at this time..πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

  6. Lynette Slater says:

    She was my sister friend for over 30 years. We had shared so many milestones in our lives together. I will miss my dear sweet friend. Sleep in peace my sister. You were a true hero. I’m so proud to have called you my friend. Sleep well my sister. Your work here is done. Love you.

  7. Randie Gerena says:

    THIS IS SO HEART BREAKING AND SUCH A HUGE LOSS TO NOT ONLY OUR COMMUNITY BUT TO HER LOVED ONES. I WAS BLESSED TO HAVE WORKED BESIDE Michelle at Wingate in Beacon. Michelle had such a beautiful heart and beautiful smile. She will forever will be remembered but most of all a beautiful Angel.

  8. Carlise Lovelady says:

    Sincere condolences to the family.

  9. Matthew McNamara says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. May Michelle rest in peace, and rise in glory.

  10. Lourdes Huertas says:

    Wow, I still can’t believe it. Amazing, beautiful and charming co-worker. Her smile just lit up the place. I had the opportunity to work with Michelle on Saturdays. She loved her daughters and grandkids. I was always eager to hear about her ‘diva’. Her ‘diva’ was her oldest granddaughter. Michelle would imitate her ‘Mimi I need to get a new JoJo bow’. She was so proud of this beautiful little girl. Always talked about her handsome and sweet grandson. Of course, she didn’t forget the little ‘diva’. She would tell me how the little one was starting to be like the older granddaughter. I always looked forward to listening to her stories about her grandkids, but the best part were her expressions, her love and her smile!! Always wearing pink. Pink was her color. Pink everything. Summers in her pool!! I will miss you greatly my friend. I will for ever cherish you beautiful smile!! You will be greatly miss. Rest in Peace until we see each other again.

  11. Robert and Kathy Lee says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Please keep close all the memories that Michelle gave you all. Our prayers are with you

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