Larry D. Beach

November 07, 1947 ‒ June 18, 2014

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Larry D. Beach, 66, of Mt. Gilead, died Wednesday morning at Kindred Hospital  in Mansfield.

Born in Galion on November 7, 1947, he was the son of Forest L. and Hazel M. (Taylor) Beach.  He married Evelyn Marlene Bachelder on April 29, 1972 and she survives.

Larry was a welder at Gledhill Road Machinery, the former Peabody Galion and for Cleland Manufacturing for 20 years.

In addition to his wife he is also survived by children, Erin (Jim) Reeder of Ontario, Kristi (Jeremy) Adkins of Mt. Gilead and Justin Beach of Mt. Gilead; four grandchildren, Olivia Reeder, Katlyn Adkins, Fiona Reeder and Allison Adkins and two sisters, Vicky (Harold) Pfleiderer and Sharon and Richard Maley of Galion.

He was preceded in death by a brother, Harry Beach and his parents.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 am, Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at Iberia Cemetery with Chaplain Derrick Martin officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to the family in care of the Snyder Funeral Home Richardson Davis Chapel.

Snyder Funeral Home Richardson Davis Chapel in Galion is honored to serve the family of Larry Beach and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Marlene I am very sorry for your loss my thoughts and prays goes out to you and your family. Robin

  • Marlene, and family

    I am so truly sorry for your loss. I feel blessed to have known Larry, and to care for him. In healthcare you meet alot of people, but there are some that hold a special spot in your heart, and Larry was one of mine. Take comfort in the Lord, and he will sustain you.

    Larry is eating all the peaches that he wants now

    Love and Prayers to you all,

  • Marlene and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers at this time, may the grace and love of our Lord sustain and give you courage for the future

  • So sorry to read of Larry’s passing…..my love and prayers go out to all of you, especially those of you whom I count as special friends. God Bless.
    Mary Carroll