Obituary for Alice Lee Bevan

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Alice Lee Bevan

March 20, 1926 - December 3, 2019


Alice Bevan was born March 20, 1926 in Columbus Ohio to Harry Corbet Hager and Hildred (Orr) Hager.  She grew up in Grandview Heights Ohio. She enjoyed spending her summers at her grandparents (Samuel and Alice Orr) homes in Chandlersville. She was a long-time resident of Worthington Ohio and also lived in Hamilton Illinois, Wabash Indiana, and Van Wert Ohio. Member Worthington Presbyterian Church. She attended Everett JHS, graduate from Central High School and attended OSU.  Alice was devoted to her family and enjoyed conversing with everyone that she met.  She was employed by Farm Bureau (Nationwide Insurance) and Worthingway Middle School.  She is preceded in death by her husband Dan; son Doug; parents Harry and Hildred Hager; sister Mary Thomas; brothers-in-law Larry Berlin and Tim Haines.   Alice is survived by children; Dan (Linda) Bevan, David (Stefany) Bevan, Geoff (Linda) Bevan; daughter-in-law, Cathy; sisters; Martha Berlin, Marjorie Haines; brother-in-law, Lee Thomas; eleven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and cousins.  The family wish to express their heartfelt appreciation to the staff at the memory unit at Bickford of Worthington and Heartland Hospice.  Donations may be made, in her name, to a charity of choice.  A celebration of Alice’s life will be at Worthington Presbyterian Church at 773 High St., Worthington, OH 43085 on December 20, 2019 at 11:30 am with Rev. Wayne Morrison officiating.  Lunch will be served immediately following service. Arrangements entrusted to Buckeye Cremation by Schoedinger.

 

 

 

Services

A celebration of  Alice’s life will be at Worthington Presbyterian Church at 773 High St., Worthington, OH 43085 on December 20, 2019 at 11:30 am with Rev. Wayne Morrison officiating.  Lunch will be served immediately following service.

James Bartlett posted on December 20, 2019

Remember the good times my friend. Your Mom was pretty remarkable. Living with 4 boys and your Dad had to be a chore. Yet she was always smiling, happy and enthusiastic about her family and her friends. It is funny how some things stick in your mind, and for me, I always think about the time I stayed over night at your house on Clearview when we were about 8 or 9 years old. Your Dad got up and walked across the kitchen in his fruit of the loom briefs, scratched himself and said, Alice, did you make any coffee? Alice was preparing our breakfast. Scrambled eggs and toast. She apologized because she had no milk, and used egg nog instead. Your Dad put ketchup on his eggs. I remember your home phone number 885-5840. Lot's of memories, pal, and with your Mom they are all good. I know you'll miss her. Just remember to think about the things that make you smile.


Pam Hallfrisch posted on December 9, 2019

I am sorry for your loss. I met Alice at The Worthington Pool when she would bring her grandsons. She loved to chat with all of us back at the adult pool. Many years later, I saw her at Bickford where my mother was also a resident. She lived in the same “neighborhood” as my mom. Although Alice was nonverbal at the time, I would visit with her and talk about the fun times at the pool.


Susan Foley posted on December 8, 2019

Oh my goodness, I’m so sorry to read about Alice. I loved talking to her when she would come in to our office for appointments. She was the sweetest lady and I know she will be missed.


 


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