Marion Elizabeth Beck

Marion Elizabeth Beck

November 29, 1926 - October 12, 2021

Marion Elizabeth Beck

November 29, 1926 - October 12, 2021


Marion Elizabeth Beck

Beaver Falls Formerly of Beaver, Ohioville and Industry


Marion Elizabeth Beck, 94, of Beaver Falls passed away Tuesday October 12 in Rhodes Estates New Castle. She was born November 29, 1926 in Beaver and was the daughter of the late Ralph and Frances Elizabeth Kilgour Barnes. Marion had been a rural mail carrier for the Post Office, was religious and enjoyed the fellowship, was a member of the White Shrine OES, Red Hats, was a Beaver High School graduate, attended Geneva College, had been a volunteer at Heritage Valley Beaver Auxiliary, was all Beaver County and Pittsburgh as far as activities and sports and tried to have something to do every day. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Leonard in 1983 and her younger brother and sisters. She is survived by a son William G. (Kathy) Beck, Austintown, OH, daughter Molly (Brad) Keresty, Chippewa Township and grandson Samuel Keresty. A memorial service celebration of Marion’s life will be Friday at 11:30 AM in the Oak Grove Church of Christ, Industry by Reverend Jeff Phillis. Interment will be in Beaver Cemetery. 


Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: October 15,2021 (11:30 AM)
  • Location: 169 Ashwood Dr. Industry, PA 15052 - (Get Directions)

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4 responses to Marion Elizabeth Beck

  1. Bruce Hayward says:

    I knew Marion for a number of years from First Congregational Church when I was the organist there. She was a wonderful Christian woman and was welcomed into the loving arms of Jesus. Rest in Peace my friend.

  2. Cathy Begg Maricone says:

    Bill, I am sending my deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother. May she rest in peace.

  3. Kevin and Trina Bolland says:

    We’ve known Marion for years as she was a member of the First Congregational Church in Beaver Falls, PA. She was such a sweet person and always had a smile on her face. Sending our deepest sympathy to the family. Kevin and Trina Bolland

  4. Paula Wagurak says:

    Everyone at the First Congregational Church will miss Marion!! She was such a giving and sweet person. She served as a board member . She ran the churchs womens club. Marion was always in church and smiling even when she might not feel well. Never complained. She made great dishes for our family dinners and picnics. Loved bringing her dog or Sam to the church picnics. Loved playing bingo at the churches picnics. It was sad when she went in a home and we werent allowed to visit because of covid. My mom and I would bring her flowers for Christmas and Easter. She was the Best !!! We all loved her. We will miss her. ️️️

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