Bert Charles McNabb

July 15, 1945 ‒ April 21, 2018

Westerville, Ohio

Bert Charles McNabb, age 72, of Westerville, died peacefully on Saturday April 21 2018 at The James Cancer and Research Hospital.  Longtime Machinist with Showa, Inc. in Sunbury.  Member of VFW Sunbury Post #8736 And The Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie #3614, Sunbury, OH. Avid Buckeyes and Green Bay Packers fan.  Preceded in death by parents; Sarah L. Reeves McNabb and Alva Bert McNabb.  Bert will be dearly missed by his wife of 20 years, Nancy M. McNabb; son, Michael (Lori) Wellman of Columbus; sister, Judith (Frank) Bozman; brothers, George and Mark McNabb; son-in-law; Michael (Lorie) Wellman; 6 grandchildren; nieces and nephews; and his golfing buddies.  Celebration of Life to be held 5:00 PM, Saturday, June 9, 2018 at the Sunbury Eagles Aerie, 235 N. Columbus St, Sunbury, OH 43074.  The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Bert’s family.  Special memories and condolences can be shared with the family at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • So sorry for the families loss. Burt was a super nice fella, always a hello when we would see him at VFW and Eagles. Going to miss seeing him.

    Rest in Pease Burt.
    Jerry & Rita Young

  • Nancy & Family:

    We are so sorry to hear of Bert’s passing. He and I shared our love for the Packers at work … even when they lost a game; the next morning he’d walk by my desk and shake his head and I’d say I know. We both have some great memories of Bert. He will be missed. We are praying for you and your entire family.

    Sending Our Love.

    ‘Go Pack!’ 💚💛

  • Going to Miss my Brother, I will keep all our child hood memories and adult memories forever. Love; Judy and Frank Bozman <3

  • Nancy and Family,

    I am so sorry for you loss. Bert was always a dear friend to the family (Allen and mine both). I remember Bert paying me a huge complement one afternoon when my assembly line had been down for hours on the previous shift. I came in and had it fired up in 5 minutes of being there! He stood back in awe and laughed at the fact that a maintenance crew, section head and technician had been showed up by a 20 something girl! BLESS HIM and bless you.

    Our deepest sympathies,

    The Boudinot’s

    Jamie, Allen, Lucie and Henry

  • Buddy will be missed. It’s been awhile since we seen each other but can remember his smiles and laughter. Prayers to the family. Thinking of you guys Judy, Mark and George and family

  • You will be missed Uncle, thinking of all the memories from youth. Now you are at peace no more suffering. Love you, Lora

  • My heart is heavy. Thank you Bert for being such a good friend to me all these years. My deepest condolences to Nancy and the rest of his family who loved him. I will always hold fond memories of Bert. Fly high my friend….. until we meet again. ❤️
    “Debbie Doo”