Beverly Jean Mash

May 03, 1943 ‒ July 12, 2017

Johnstown, Ohio

Beverly Jean Mash, age 74, of Johnstown died Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus.

She was born in Columbus, Ohio on May 3, 1943 the daughter of the late James E. and Eleanor (Simon) Faught.

Beverly was a machine operator for Liqui Box in Worthington for 27 years before retiring.

She loved playing Bingo and any number of card games with her friends at the Chimes.  Beverly also loved crossword puzzles and her Soaps.

Beverly relished time spent together as family and her kids will miss her cooking, especially her cheesy potatoes and roast.

She will be missed by her sons Jeff (Tabitha), Chad (Sara) of Cardington, and Spanky Mash the Shih Tzu of Johnstown; grandchildren Autumn and Nate Robertson, Brittney, Jessica, Ryan and Krystal Mash, and Kovin and Gabe Mash; 7 great grandchildren; and siblings Jim, Rick, Charlotte, Sandy, Lanita, Terry, and Linda.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death her daughter Jacqueline Robertson in February of this year and her sister Sherry.

A Celebration of Beverly’s Life will be held on Friday, July 21, 2017 at 7 PM at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 North State Route 61, Sunbury, Ohio 43074.  Friends may call from 6 PM until the time of the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Chimes Terrace, 65 S Williams St., Johnstown, Ohio 43031.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Beverly’s family.  Special memories and condolences can be shared with them at

  • Our love and prayers go out to the entire Mash family. Bev is in a better place with no more suffering and reunited with her daughter, Jackie. Rest in peace, Bev.

  • I will miss your sweet soul Aunt Jean. You were so loving and had such a great personality. You were aways happy. I truly loved you like a mother. My heart is shattered to a billion pieces but I am comforted knowing the pain you were suffering is now gone for eternity. You are a beautiful angel in Heaven now. Even though I will miss you so much here on Earth, I know we will be together again one day. I love you with all of my heart & soul. Enjoy beautiful Heaven with all of our family up there. You will be forever loved and missed by us left behind. ❤

  • You were the kindest soul, Aunt Bev. I’ll cherish every memory, and every card laid. I love you always. 💝

  • I will miss her I work with her liqui box she was a sweet person hard worker so hard to believe that she gone My the lord ve eith her I will always remember her

  • Condolences to Beverly’s family. My husband and I knew Beverly from Liqui-Box. She was a kind sweet lady who will be missed.