Margaret Weisenborn (Maggie), age 81, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by love and her family on November 29, 2020. She was born on March 24, 1939 to William and Lula Dawson in Modoc, Indiana. After the death of her mother, she was adopted by Frank and Opal Clark of Greenville, Ohio.
Maggie graduated from Greenville High School with the class of 1958. She moved to Richmond, and married the late Jerry Beach with whom she had her 3 children. She was meticulous with numbers, and maintained a lifetime career in the finance sector. She retired as C.F.O. of Beach Automotive Services, Inc. in 2011.
Maggie treasured spending time with her beloved family, traveling, gardening, fishing, nature/wildlife, native american culture, reading, working puzzles, playing games, laughter, holistic medicine, prayer/meditation, music and keeping things orderly and tidy. She took on the many challenges of life with a strong, surviving spirit. Throughout her lifetime, beginning around the age of ten, she provided care and support for her family, and those in need, especially in times of illness. She believed in, and received, our Lord Jesus long ago and lived in example of him by: believing we should all love one another, learn from our mistakes, provide second chances to others, be grateful when we ourselves receive them, and always be willing to continue to grow and love. She believed in respecting and caring for the gift of family, others, and nature.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her children, two sons: Bradley Beach (Lisa) of Greens Fork, and Curtis Beach (Loretta) of Richmond; one daughter, Lori Lacey (Shane) of Richmond; four grandchildren: Nathan Beach (Heather), Jessica Gray (CJ), Andrew Watson, and Gavin Lacey; and her, most recent greatest joy; her four great children who she adored with love, laughter and awe: Christopher, Samuel, Paxton, and Idaleigh Margaret. One Brother, lifetime traveling buddy and best friend, Bill Dawson of Davenport, Florida. Two treasured sisters in laws Shirley Dawson (of the beloved, late brother Jerry Dawson) of Richmond, and Karen Clark (of the beloved, late brother Larry Clark) of Clinton, Alabama. Nieces and nephews, and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
Besides her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Cloy Weisenborn, and fourteen brothers and sisters.
The family would like to express a special thank you to her beloved and treasured sister in law/life/love; Shirley, for the many cards/calls filled with funny stories/memories and loving words of support and encouragement; to her beloved and treasured brother, Bill, for his visit/and many phone calls of love, concern and support; to her loving nephew, Paul, for driving hundreds of miles to visit and bring family movie reels filled with precious memories from long ago; to her adored daughter in laws, Loretta and Lisa, for loving and caring for her like the treasure she was, and also to other her cherished relatives/friends/neighbors who brightened her day with visits, cards, and phone calls of support and love. She was a beautiful, intelligent, intuitive woman whose loving spirit will forever be adored and cherished in our hearts.
No services will presently be held. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date, to be announced. Donations may be made in her honor to: the American Cancer Society, American Brain Tumor Association, American Indiana Services, or locally to: Centerville Christian Church of Centerville, or HELP the Animals, Inc. of Richmond.