Beverly Ann Hall

August 13, 1950 ‒ March 01, 2018

Delaware, Ohio

Beverly A. Hall, 67, of Delaware, passed away on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at her residence following a brief illness.

She was born on August 13, 1950 in Delaware to the late Robert Nathan Dailey and Nettie L. (Carter) Dailey.  A lifelong resident of Delaware, Beverly was a 1968 graduate of Delaware Hayes High School.  She had a passion for helping people and decided to attend Marion Tech and in 1994, graduated and received a Bachelor’s  Degree in Nursing.  She worked as a Registered Nurse at various nursing homes in Delaware and the surrounding area for many years.  Beverly loved going for rides in old cars and riding on the Harley-Davidson motorcycle with her husband.  She enjoyed  spending time on facebook and spending time with her friends and family.  One of her passions was reading romantic novels.  She loved watching the wild animals that would pass through her yard and camping with the family.

Beverly is survived by her loving husband, Harley, with whom she had been together for the past 35 years; son, Andrew (Angela) Horner of Corpus Christi, TX; daughter, Angela (Douglas) Clark of Raymond, OH; four grandchildren, Brian (Jessica) Horner of Marysville, Corey (Amber) Hedges of Raymond, OH, Justin (Rachel) Hedges of Marysville and Tyler (Erika) Horner of Austin, TX; six great grandchildren, Lucie Horner, Carter Hedges, Cooper Hedges, Leann Hedges, Grace Hedges and Mia Hedges; her sister, Elizabeth (Bob) Smith of Delaware.

A graveside service, celebrating Beverly’s life, will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 1:00 p.m., in the Radnor Cemetery, Radnor.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK 73123

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, Delaware, is honored to be serving the family of Beverly Hall.

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  • Heaven called last night. They read off the names. My love one raised from their bed….. I yelled that’s not your name….. But I am tired and in pain….Then take her Lord and guide her to you…. I will have to make my memories do. Though I will miss you and cry in my sleep. She walked the Green Pastures, laid down in the valley of death, feared not for her self. The Lord is waiting. I will miss you sister. Love you forever.

  • I am so sorry to hear of Bevs passing,I haven’t seen her for quite a while but I have ofttenthought about her.She was a sweet person I have many good memories of her cherish all of her memories .God Bless you all and I will keep you in my prayers.so so sorry.

  • Bev was a very special person and I will miss her dearly. She always told it like it was and always made me laugh

    My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family at this difficult time

  • I will forever miss our special talks. Until we meet again Bev. I will miss you so very much. Hugs!

  • Since Bev was diagnosed, I have been spending many, many hours thinking of our childhood together. As kids, we were together often — Bev, Liz, Lyn, and me. Even as a child, she was always quick to laugh and to find the humor in everything — even the time we accidentally dropped a watermelon off the barn roof after struggling to get it up there. She genuinely cared about people — not just saying the right things — at the right time — but genuinely FEELING for you and your situation. I will love her always and am so proud to have been able to call her “cousin.” She’s in heaven now and is still caring for us — and now is able to better watch over us all. I love you, Bev. – Vy/Red

  • I will miss you Bev! We had alot of fun in our younger years, doing things we souldn’t have been doing, but oh well, it was fun! I love you cuz and will miss you terribly! Thak God I got to spend some time with you at Dads funeral! RIP girl!

  • Angie ,so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. I enjoyed my time working at Delaware Court with you and your Mom Bev. We had a blast didn’t we. At work and away from work. I will keep you guys in my prayers. RIP BEV.

  • They say cousins are your first friends as a child. Yes, we were first friends and family too! I remember visiting and eating mulberries our face and hands would be so purple and stained! I will never forget the weekend we had with your family at Uncle Grover’s farm and reconnecting as adults it was really just like being kids again! I will miss you Beverly! Love you always! Roberta.

  • Brian , my friend and brother . Thoughts and prayers go out to you especially . Sorry for your loss as you have many people for support. My sincere condolences . Always here for you..

  • My deepest sympathy for family and friends.
    RIP my dear friend ~ You will be deeply missed.

  • Sending healing thoughts and prayers out to all the family and friends of Bev so glad I was able to say I known her for many years RIP Bev you will be missed by many

  • I met Bev at one of the local Nursing Homes where she worked as I did also. Then I found out she was related to a neighbor of mine AJ Carter who we also lost and miss. We all miss you Bev and you are at peace now . Prayers and thoughts are with her family.

  • Goodbye my cousin by marriage and my very good friend. I’m going to miss our long talks and our jokes. You were there for me when I needed you and when we needed something you were always the first who reached out and helped us on things we needed for my mother-in-law. I love you Bev. And we’re going to miss you so much . There’s a place for you in heaven. You’re one of a kind. RIP my friend. Len ( Jr ) and I will miss you terribly. My thoughts and prayers go out to the rest of the family. Jo also sends her condolences.

  • So sorry to heart of Bev’s passing. She was one of a kind. Thought and prayers for the family.

  • Thank you to everyone for condolences and best wishes for my mom and our family.

    My mother was the most amazing selfless person I have ever known. She sacrificed so much of herself for her family and friends. She genuinely cared about people and their well beings. She knew when to be hard and when to be caring. I already miss her deeply. I am proud to be her son, as I could not have had asked for a better example of what a human being should be on this earth. We have all fallen short from the glory of god, however I am comforted in knowing she is in heaven and no longer in pain. I love you Mom.

    Bless you all for caring and I pray for comfort for everyone feeling the loss of my mom.

    To my mother’s family and friends …… Thank you for showing my mother love and understanding. Thank you for respecting her wishes, as I know she was weak in the end and did not want a lot visitors. She was a strong, intelligent, loving lady and although we may or may not always agreed with her decisions, she did what she felt was right for everyone involved.

    Today we will lay her body to rest, as her beautiful soul soared to heaven on March 1st of 2018. Please join her family and friends as we celebrate her life like the gift of her being in our lives and lay to rest our sorrows with her body. We will miss you Mom and like your life you will always be a part of me wherever I go.