Jacalyn J. Beach

July 08, 1953 ‒ October 01, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Jacalyn J. Beach, age 64, of Mount Vernon passed away on Sunday, October 01, 2017 at the Mount Carmel East Hospital in Columbus.

She was born on July 8, 1953 in Mount Vernon to the late John and Willie “Billie” Dudley (Collins) Oliver. Jacalyn enjoyed riding horses, collecting Boyds Bears, Bingo and bowling.  But most of all she loved the time she spent with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Jacalyn is survived by her husband Jim Beach; her son Corey (Katie) Beach; her daughter Leslie Ann Beach; four grandchildren, Griffin Beach, Drew Ulliman, Jayden Johnson, Zach Johnson; four brothers, Jeff Oliver, Doug Oliver, Paul Oliver, Mike Budrow; and her sister Debbie Briscoe.

In addition to her parents, Jacalyn was preceded in death by her step-father Earl Budrow; and her brother Ron Oliver.

A graveside service will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2017 beginning at 11AM in Mound View Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice of Knox County.

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  • My sincere condolences on Jackie’s passing. I enjoyed bowling with her many years ago and especially remember a trip we made to the river boat. She will be missed by all who knew her. RIP my friend.

  • Jim, Cory, Leslie & the Beach families, we are so sorry to hear this about Jacki. Doug worked with her at TRW, I worked with her at “Rogate”. Please except our heart felt condolences during this difficult time. RIP Jacki

  • We are so sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing. We have many fond memories of softball days and parties with Smoke, Jackie and children. She will be missed. Prayers to all.

  • May God grant you grace and peace through this time of mourning. George and Lynda Small.
    “My grace is sufficient for You, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” 2nd Corinthians 12:9

  • So sorry Jim, Cory and family for your loss. Will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Debbie, we are so sorry for your loss of your sister and our sincere simpathy to you and her family.

  • Dang,I’m so saddened to hear this. Butch,Jackie, Monte and John were my 1st babysitting jobs. She will forever be a true friend in my heart.May God give the family strength and love. So many memories to cherish

  • Cory and family…I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. May the Lord be with you in this most difficult time. Rest assured my friend, she is in a much better place and will be waiting for you with open arms. Prayers to you and your awesome family.

  • Butch and family:
    Al and I am so sorry for the loss of Jackie . We enjoyed the time we spend with you two and listening to your band. May God bring you peace in your hearts and hold on to the memories of your wife and mother. She is in heaven now and will not be in pain anymore.

  • Smoke, Leslie and Corey … so many memories; West End conversations, last minute rides to school and long days at the ball field. May you all find the grace and peace of knowing Jackie is now with the angels and her pain is over.

    Sending you all love and hugs across the miles.

    Desi

  • Debbie, Butch, Leslie and Corey,
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Jacki was a straight shooter and one of our favorite people. We always laughed when we were together. May your hearts quickly heal.

  • Jim, Corey, Leslie, Debbie and family, I’m so sorry to hear about Jackie’ s passing.. My thoughts and prayers are with you through this sad occasion.

  • Jim, Corey, Leslie, and Family
    Sorry to learn of Jackie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayer are with you.

  • We were so sorry to hear the news about Jackie. All the wonderful memories come flooding back of our time spent together at the softball games. She will be truly missed. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Jim
    I always remember those from the west end. Nothing but good. May you and yours find peace and comfort.
    Kind Regards
    Robert Brinning

  • Sending all our prayers to you all loved your wife,momma& sister.
    Melvin& Andrea Gantz &Naomi& Amy
    ( Jacki’s Uncle Felix’s stepson & wife)

  • Butch and family, we were so sad to hear of Jackie’s passing. Like all who knew her, we have great memories. Kind, caring, ornery. Whenever I would see her, she would ask about our family and tell me what was going on with you guys. I saw Cory recently and he said she was sick and that you were taking care of her. I knew she was in good hands. Regretfully, we are out of town and won’t be able to attend her ceremony. We will be thinking of you all.
    Love, Dave and Lisa

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I always loved hearing Jackie give my dad (Bill Albert) such a hard time! She was so much fun to talk to. Prayers to all of you and may you find comfort in the memories you cherish.

  • Jim, so sorry I couldn’t make it up, Jackie made me laugh every time I saw her…she will be greatly missed…love and prayers to you and the kids!

  • Jim and Corey! It wasn’t long ago when I heard that Jacki was very ill. News of her death came as a surprise to me. We had such fun bowling many years ago! Afraid we had a similar “sense of humor”. Don’t know if that’s good or bad, but it certainly was fun. Just know I’m thinking about you and wishing I could do more.

  • I lost my cell last week and just found out from Michele last night. Jackie goes way back. I am devastated even though I knew it was coming.
    The world is a sadder place without her. My heart goes out to you guys. I wish I knew sooner I would be there. She was/is special to me. I am filled with grief right now.
    Another River Rat gone.

  • Butch, Nancy Marsell told me about Jackie being ill. I didn’t know her and haven’t seen you or Monty since we were kids, but I wanted to reach out and send you my deepest condolences. I’m so sorry for your loss.

    Patty (Crouch) Montgomery

  • Jim,
    I am sorry I did not get a chance to talk to you at the service yesterday. I am very sorry about your loss of Jackie. She was a wonderful person and a ray of sunshine to be near.
    Dave and Jeanette Carpenter

  • Jim, Leslie and Cory- So sorry to hear of Jackie’s passing, in our younger days we had a lot of fun together even at work. As often happens through life, time and circumstances caused us to drift apart we were always close friends, I will forever miss her. Till we are together in heaven creating pranks and having fun again
    Leslie, I hope you remember who I am, if you could email me and let us know what took her from us, I would be forever grateful.
    May God be with you in your sorrow,
    Brighten every new tomorrow
    Free your heart of grief and care and
    leave just cherished memories there

    With deepest sympathies
    Nancy Howard