Craig Alan Beveridge

February 5, 1959 - August 21, 2022

02/05/1959 - 08/21/2022

Past Services

Saturday August 27, 2022
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Harbor of Hope
67667 Warnock-St. Clairsville Road
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
740-695-2922 | Directions
Saturday August 27, 2022
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Harbor of Hope Church
67667 Warnock Rd
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
Saturday August 27, 2022
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Stone Church Cemetery
Stone Church Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-277-1062 | Directions

Craig Alan Beveridge, 63, of Shadyside, Ohio passed away Sunday, August 21, 2022 at the WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, West Virginia.

He was born February 5, 1959 in Bellaire, Ohio son of the late Jack and Ella Mae (Robertson) Beveridge.

Craig was a member of the Harbor of Hope Church in St. Clairsville, Ohio. He took much pride in being a Deacon, Treasurer, and Sunday School Superintendent. He loved spending time with his church family, especially the fishing, camping, and hunting trips with “The Savages.”

Craig’s deepest love was for his wife and family. He so enjoyed our frequent family and friend get-togethers, in his backyard, where he was the Master BBQ Chef.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a stepson, Rick Mount and a sister, Jackie Harris.

Surviving are his wife, Lillian (Dobrzynski) Beveridge of Shadyside, stepson, Bill (Miriam) Mount of St. Clairsville, brother, Gary (Lisa) Beveridge of Chapala, Mexico, grandchildren, Tashina, Billy, Ronnie, Tierra, Braxton, great-grandchildren, Erick, Baileigh, Bryson, Jaelyn, Avery, Xander, Ronnie, Sophia, Rhett, Miles, Ava Rose, and Penelope, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Craig also leaves behind many special friends from work and his most trusted friend, Bill Mehl.

Family and friends will be received on Saturday, August 27th from 12 until time of service at 3 pm at Harbor of Hope Church (67667 Warnock Street, St. Clairsville, Ohio) with Pastor Dean Myers officiating. Burial will follow at Stone Church Cemetery in Wheeling, West Virginia.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Harbor of Hope Church.

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Randy Marple
1 year ago

I know it’s late to leave a message but I have to tell you that I was unusually affected by Craig’s passing. This class of 77 has lost so many. Nearly 1/4 of us are gone. But for some reason losing Craig was something more to me. I think what has affected me most was the loss of a dear brother in Christ. This was a man of God where there are too few men of God left. When I heard the many eulogies of his life, especially from close family and friends, all I could think about was what a positive affect his life in Christ made on others. We lost a warrior for God. Heaven is so much more with him… we are so much less without him. I rejoice in his finishing the race and winning

Dan Farmer
1 year ago

This photo is from 2nd Grade at Key School. It was around that time, Craig and I entered the school talent show, doing the “You Met Another And PFFT You Were Gone” skit from Hee Haw. We did not win (big surprise) but I remember every word to this day. I would not have performed, in public, with anyone else. Craig and I were very close in grade school, but unfortunately, we drifted apart in high school, as we became different people. I found out later, that Craig was living just a short distance from me in Louisiana and had I known that, I would have attempted to rekindle our friendship down there.

My deepest condolences to Craig’s family/

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Tom Morrison
1 year ago

One thing I can share with Craig’s family was that Craig was a great tennis player. Back in HS and College we played a lot. He had a booming serve that would rival the top tennis players in the world. He was such a menace to his competition at the net. We had to have the Wilson T-1000 racket which was supposed to be the best made in the day. They had a warranty and we both busted many of those rackets. We never took lessons but learned from watching Jimmy Connors on television. We played a lot. I could only beat him one out of five games if that. We played doubles together a lot. We would go to Wheeling and challenge others to Doubles Marches. I have no relocation of losing . How good was he? We once played a pair of West Liberty players in Doubles and beat them.

Craig was a great friend back
In the day and we spent so much time together. I still have lots of great memories and shared good times. We grew apart after he moved to Louisiana. Never was he out of my thoughts. The Service Saturday was very enlightening and it was great to know what a great family guy Craig was and how loyal he was to his Lord, Family and Church. Hoping we will be united again. Love you Brother!

Janice Crupe
1 year ago

Lil I am so sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers to all of u at this most difficult time.

Karen Amend Zachar
1 year ago

My heartfelt condolences to Lilly and the family.

Sarah Yoho
1 year ago

I am so sorry, Lil, to hear of my dear friend passing into the heavenly realms. My heart breaks with yours. How he will be missed! Even tho I didn’t see him that often I felt he was my brother. Much love to you and all the family.

norma J keifer
1 year ago

Losing Craig is such a great loss for our family. He was very much loved by all and was always there to help when anyone needed him. He was the brain in this family. He was so smart and could basically answer any question you ask him. If he didn’t know the answer, he researched and got the answer for you. It has been a blessing to have him in our lives. I will miss him terribly, but I know God had a plan for him and he took him home. I pray that God gives us all the comfort and peace we need to get through this difficult time. RIP in peace, Craig.

Trisha Ebbert née Dobrzynski
1 year ago

So sorry aunt Lil…my you find comfort in the happy memories you have of him. Sending all my love.

Kathi McClain
1 year ago

Very sad news. Craig was smart, sweet and kind. He was always one of the good guys and a shining star in our Class of ’77. He was also a charter member of the “February” club. Sending deepest condolences to his family. I’ll miss you, Craig.

Nancy Fabry
1 year ago

So very sorry to hear about the loss of Craig. I have known Craig for probably close to all his 63 years as our parents were good friends. He was one of the good guys. Many prayers for his wife and family.🙏🏻🙏🏻