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Philip Beasley


1935 - 2013 Obituary Condolences
Philip Beasley Obituary
Phil Beasley

MANSFIELD: Resting high on the mountain, no more valleys to roam, his time on earth is over, his Lord has called him home. No more suffering, his spirit is free, the wonders of heaven, he will now see.

Phil Beasley, 78, of Mansfield, surrounded by family, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Friday, November 15, 2013 at Hospice House of Ashland.

Phil was born in Welch, West Virginia to the late Roy and Esther (Shrewsbury) Beasley.

He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Jane (Garber) Beasley; four sons, Lester (Jackie) Beasley, Randy Beasley, Steve (Milly) Beasley and Dan (Lori) Beasley all of Mansfield; nine grandchildren, Kristopher, Elijah, John (Rebekah), Sarah, Sheena (Josh) Thompson, Jessica (Trent), Travis, Zachary and Logan; 14 great grandchildren; one brother-in-law, John L. (Lydia) Garber; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and the many other children who loved him and considered him grandpa.

Phil was a very talented man and his life experiences were many. From working on a Merchant Marine ship on Lake Erie, playing Country Music all over the Midwest, operating heavy machinery to driving truck he always had a very strong work ethic. He also owned and operated Beasley's Mobile Home Service for several years and was known to be the best at moving mobile homes. He eventually turned that business over to his sons to follow his real passion, Country Gospel Music. Phil had made success with this. He had a Country Gospel Music Television program, went back to Nashville and recorded a CD, played all over in many churches, even in Canada. He then started a ministry he called the Cowboy Fellowship. His ministry and music blessed an untold number of people and led many to give their lives to the Lord. This, along with his family, gave him great joy and satisfaction. In his later years he worked in his wood shop using his unique creativity to make gifts for friends and family. Phil will be greatly missed by many.

A Celebration of Phil's Life will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. at Mansfield Faith Assembly, 2727 Lexington Ave, Lexington, with Pastor Don Wilson officiating.

The Beasley family wants to extend their very heart felt gratitude and thanks to Hospice of North Central Ohio. Their professionalism, care and absolute compassion will never be forgotten.

Memorial contributions may be made to his wife Jane or Hospice House of North Central Ohio in care of Werner-Gompf Funeral Services.

Online condolences may be made at www.wernergompf.com

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Published in the News Journal from Nov. 19 to Nov. 21, 2013
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