Beverly Jean McGrath

Beverly Jean McGrath


Beverly “Bev” Jean McGrath, 63, passed away peacefully at her home in Gilbert, Arizona, on Monday, December 16, 2019. Bev was born on March 29, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois to Harrell (deceased) and Shirley Clark. Family and friends were Bev’s greatest passion and above all she found delight in helping and serving others. She is survived by her husband, Don; children, Donny (Joanna) and Tim (Anna); her mother, Shirley; brothers, Dave (Kathy), John (Carol), and Frank; and her nieces and nephews.

A service to celebrate Bev’s life will be held at 10:00am on Saturday, January 4, 2020 at Broadway Christian Church, 7335 East Broadway Road, Mesa, Arizona 85208, Phone: (480) 981-0802. All are welcome to attend. Please join us for lunch following the service at the church.

Sympathy cards can be sent to:

The McGrath Family

1700 East Lakeside Drive, Unit 59

Gilbert, Arizona 85234

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23 responses to Beverly Jean McGrath

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  1. Adeline says:

    Bev was the best friend I’ve ever had. She was the most selfless person I knew. I will never meet anyone else like her. She was one in a million!! Most of all she loved God. She lived her whole life with love and kindness for others. God definitely broke the mold after she was created. I will miss her tremendously each and every day. Love you, my friend

  2. Heven has a new angel . She will be missed by all.

  3. Denis Lynch says:

    December 16th was a sad day for everybody that’s still here Bev was one of them people that if you met her your life was better because you met her the world truly lost a good person when she passed away as far as I’m concerned Heaven is the only place good enough for her she was that good of a person

  4. Sending love and light to the McGrath family from Chicago!

  5. Bev was a fighter for God! She fought to live for however long the Lord wanted her here on earth. I am so glad that she did, because we met her in her cancer journey and we were able to bond as sisters in Christ during that season. Bev was so selfless. She really did want to help others. She and Don prayed for many in the cancer struggle. Her greatest desire is for everyone to know and accept Jesus. We met at the cancer clinic in AZ , but even when we returned home to Texas and we traveled for mission work as well as medical are for husband, Bev wanted stay in touch and lift you up in prayer. I am so blessed to have had her as my friend. I dreaded calling recently because I was concerned that the Lord ugh too be calling her home, but I called. What sad news for all who loved her, but what great news for her as she is in the presence of Jesus. She told me that she was ready. May the Lord wrap all her loved ones in His loving Hands. May God grant you the peace that passes all understanding. May we be encouraged always by the sweet loving life of this beloved little fireball of a warrior. Looking forward to seeing her again some day! Trusting in the grace and love of Jesus. Trusting in His death and resurrection that produces eternal life for those who receive the gift. See you later, my dear friend.. see you later!❤️?? love and prayers for all the family and friends of Bev. Love in Jesus, Steven and Vonda Hamilton

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