Aubrey Faye Levings

April 02, 1933 ‒ January 06, 2019

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Aubrey Faye Levings, age 85, of Mount Vernon passed away on Sunday, January 6, 2019 at the Country Club Retirement Campus.

She was born on April 2, 1933 in Mount Gilead, Ohio to the late William Meckley and Louise (Ashbrook) Lawyer.  Aubrey was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene, was a former member and organist of Faith Baptist Church, was a hospice volunteer for over 13 years, volunteered for Carenet Pregnancy Center, and was an active member of the Morrow County Cancer Society.  She was an avid flower and vegetable gardener, and loved birds.  Aubrey attended community prayer meetings at Mulberry St. United Methodist Church and maintained her own “card ministry” through the mail.

She is survived by her son Daniel (Malinda) Levings; her grandson Brandon Levings; her brother Larry (Doris) Meckley; and her sister Shirley Meckley.

In addition to her parents, Aubrey was preceded in death by her son David Levings;  her granddaughter Kayla Levings; her-step father Ira Lawyer; her brother Dale Boyle and her sister Evelyn Tinsley.

Friends may call on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 11AM-1PM at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home.  A service will follow beginning at 1PM with Pastor Marvin Haught officiating.  Burial will take place in Shauck Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to:  Hospice of Knox County or Knox Starting Point.

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  • Please accept my condolences on the death of your beloved Aubrey. I will never forget her voice over the pa system in Rian Hall at MVDC.

  • Dan and Malinda,
    Mitch and I are so very sorry for your loss. I met Dan’s mother once and you can tell how proud she was of her son!

  • I would enjoy talking to Aubrey at work. She always smiled and offered good advice or kind comments. My condolences to her family.

  • I met Aubrey at church. She had a winning smile which she always had. Walking or sitting in a wheelchair she always smiled.

    Knowing she loved the Lord is a comfort. Someday, by God’ s grace, I will see her smiling face and feel her warm embrace.