Tina Devona Beach

June 29, 1967 ‒ August 12, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Tina Devona Beach, 53, of Mount Vernon passed away on Wednesday morning, August 12, 2020 at Knox Community Hospital.  She was born on June 29, 1967 in Bridgeton, New Jersey to Clara Dusty (Sutton) Dawson and the late Roger Griffith Sr.

Tina was a nurse’s aide and enjoyed doing crafts.  Her religion was Wicken.

Tina is survived by her son, Anthony Beach; her mother, Clara Dusty; her sister, Tammy (Roy) Hubbard; her brother, Roger Griffith Jr.; several stepbrothers; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her biological father, Tina was preceded in death by her father that raised her, Ronnie Dawson.

In following with Tina’s wish there will not be any services.

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The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Tina Devona Beach.

 

  • So sorry to hear about Tina So glad I got to spent a little time with her this yr Sending Prayers.

  • I just heard. I Kno we didn’t talk much over the years miles keeped us apart but I Kno u told me some things these past few months and I was heartbroken to hear it. But I’m glad u did … I love you Tina always 💕. I’m so sad to hear this … My heart aches… We love you. Always. The Summers family

  • My deepest condolence. I pray for your family in this time.
    Tina was an amazing friend and teacher. She will forever be in my heart. Fly high sweetheart 💕

  • my dearest tina. no words can exoress the pain imfeeling right now. i wish i was with you in the end. i was trying so hard to be with you and i missed you anyways. i will never be able to accept the loss of you. NOBODY except your wife stacey knew you the way we did. you were such a beautiful free spirit. ill never ever come accross anyone ever again with a spirit like yours. im heartbroken. i really didnt think that you were going to leave us so soon. atleast youre with stacey now and that youre no longer suffering. ill be hurt for such a long time. never hearing your voice again will be the hardest. atleast i got to take you virtual crabbing one last time here in jersey at turkeys point. ill love you forever tina! you were the bestest friend and soulmate i could ever ask for. if its possible i hope you come to see me from the other side. if anyones strong enought to do it its you. i love you tina! aaf kellie xerato

  • I’m so sorry to hear that Tina passed. She was a great friend! I’m gonna miss her. R.I.P. Tina I love you always my friend!

  • I’m heartbroken to learn that my Mama T has left her physical body. Im elated to know she’s reunited with her wife and is no longer in pain. It’s been my honor to know and be loved by Tina. Noel and i will forever hold her in our memories and cherish the time we spent with her! Not narrrryyyy a woman like Ms. Tina Devona! Fly like an Eagle 🦅

  • Ive known Tina since I was 16! We met in the school bathroom when 2 girls wanted to fight me! Shes stuck up for me and we became fast friends!! She was the first friend to call my Mom Mom too!! We loved Tina and I was glad when i had time to spebd with her 6 years ago at her parents house in Millville, life happebs and we all moved but never forgot each other!! We loved Tina!! Great girl to know and love!!❤Stephanie Leven