Fuller, Beverlie

Beverlie D. Fuller   (Tampa, Florida and Zambia Africa)

Elementary Education, B.A. Evangel University, Springfield, MO
Reading Specialist, M.ED. Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH
Elementary Teacher for Gr. 3-6: Education Professor at Southeastern University
Certified Therapeutic Harp Practitioner, IHTP Class of 1999
Harpist since 1997: Trained by Gayle Ossip in Tampa, FL
Advanced Missions Training with Overland Missions, Zambia, Africa 2012

See Beverlie’s harp performance photos by signing into Facebook and searching: Harp and Heart -You can click on the “photos” and the “about” links for more information.
See Beverlie playing the harp in Zambia, Africa athttp://www.fullersmission.wordpress.com.

Beverlie plays her 36-string harp with its amplifier pick-up in the Tampa Bay Florida area for events in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Wesley Chapel, and Clearwater. She did her International Harp Therapy internship at Florida Hospital, Tampa (USF area) in The Women’s Center, playing on all the wards from NICU to Maternity to GYN/Post-Operative. “Beverlie has been a delight in our facility and her music has helped calm our patients and their families, as well as our staff. It has been such a treat to have her play for us,” recommends Margie Boyer, RNC,MS, Administrative Director.
She enjoys playing the harp for special events in the lives of families: bridal and baby showers, weddings, funerals and visitation services, special community events and retreats, church services, and business openings or client appreciation parties.
Beverlie and her husband, Jack, are also missionaries to Zambia, Africa with Overland Missions. They spend part of each year living in the remote bush villages of Zambia’s southern province. Beverlie plays her smallest 21-string harp with children and adults who have never seen this instrument. She also uses the harp to teach Bible stories and plays for hospital patients in the rural hospital or bush clinic.