Dorothy Beachy

| March 31, 2014

Dorothy and Ben Beachy (2)Dorothy Beachy 90 of Fresno died Saturday March 29, 2014 at Autumn Healthcare of Coshocton.

She was born March 27, 1924 in Holmes County to the late Nathan and Masa (Hershberger) Schrock. She had formerly worked at Schlabach Store in Walnut Creek and had worked with her husband Ben for many years in operating the Farmerstown Store. She was a member of the Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. She was married March 3, 1950 to Benjamin V. Beachy who died June 17, 2012.

She is survived by her children Bruce A. (Jeri) Beachy of Suwanee, Georgia, Max E. (Pauline) Beachy of Baltic and Denise (John) Lillibridge of Fresno, 10 grandchildren Katy Beachy of Sunbury, OH, Dorrie and Cindy Beachy both of Georgia, Kevin (Lindsey) Beachy of Millersburg, Brent and Sara Beachy both of Baltic, Dustin Rusnak of Fresno, Maggie (Evan) Kent of Oak Harbor, Washington, Rebekah and Abagail Lillibridge both of Fresno, 4 step grandchildren Philip, Jeremiah and Timothy Lillibridge all of Fresno and Elaina (Anthony) Love of West Lafayette, 2 great granddaughters Callie Beth Beachy and Emma Hope Beachy, her sister Esther Gerber of Walnut Creek and brother Robert Schrock of Dover.

In addition to her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by her son-in-law David Rusnak, Sr., grandson David Rusnak, Jr., 5 brothers Ferman, Nelson, Paul, Nolan and Howard and 4 sisters Kathryn, Mary, Betty and Anna Jean.

Services will be held on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 11:00 AM at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church with Pastor Don Hamsher officiating. Burial will follow in the Church Cemetery.  Friends may call on Tuesday 5-8 PM at the Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. Arrangements are being handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.

Memorials may be made to Walnut Creek Mennonite Church PO Box 182 Walnut Creek, Ohio 44687. For those unable to attend please visit the funeral home’s website to share a memory and sign the guest register.

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