Beverly Jean McGrath

Beverly Jean McGrath

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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

  1. Heaven is definitely a better place now with Bev. She was such a wonderful and caring person. Her trust in God was inspiring. She was always positive and thinking of others. I will miss her. We started our cancer journeys around the same time and she was always reaching out to me. I will miss our chats. My dad (Uncle Don) would always talk about Bev being a saint and her sincerity. Don and family – I am so sorry for your loss. I know that she is still with you in spirit and always will. Love from Wisconsin coming your way!

  2. Lil & Ed says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Bev passing are condolence goes out to the family She was a Sweet Person she will be miss RIP ๐Ÿ˜‡

  3. We met Bev and Don many years ago they were our neighbors before the boys were born. Our daughter was always over their house trying to help Bev with the boys. Shannon adored Bev and Don and she really cared for Donny and Timmy. Some of our best times were when the boys would come over and play on the atari games. Donny was very competitive and would always beat Wayne. All 3 kids had lots of fun playing together. Bev was always there if you needed her, she helped me out when I had to work late. When our daughter died, I called Bev and we prayed together. Bev was a very strong woman with an abundance of faith. I was sad when they moved to Arizona but we were able to communicate and have visits. There are now 2 angels in heaven and I pray Shannon and Bev are chatting away, talking about old times and having laughs. God Bless you Bev you will truly be missed.

  4. Bev will always be remembered as the pleasant, vibrant person with that unforgettable smile. Bev a warm and personable person who was a friend to all and definitely a fighter. May all people she touched be inspired by her words. You will be missed.

  5. We have been blessed to meet the McGrath’s 30 years ago. Friends for a day than family for life time. Bev was this tiny blonde hair lady that was bigger than life itself. We love her and will miss her until we met her again. No words can express the pain of her home going for everyone that had the honor of meeting and knowing her. May God-bless and Don and the family.
    Love from the DuPuis family ๐Ÿ’”

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