Prayers ...Jeff was a great guy that could always bring a smile who met him..RIP my friend!
Jonathan Jeffrey McBeth, 43, of Mt. Pleasant, formerly of New London, died Sunday, August 11, 2019 at his home. He was born August 26, 1975 in Burlington to Michael Edward and Laurie Jo Carmon McBeth. He married Erin Dunkle in Mt. Pleasant; they later divorced.
Jeff was a 1994 graduate of New London High School and was a member of the New London Presbyterian Church. He worked as a slice technician for the past 5 years at Liberty Foods, Mt. Pleasant. He enjoyed cooking, karaoke, football, bowling and playing pool, and time spent with his children.
He is survived by his parents; three children, Austin, Koby and Keira all of New London; grandmothers, Eileen McBeth of Mt. Pleasant and Barbara Carmon of New London; sister, Jamie (Darrin) Loyd of New London; brother Jody McBeth (Jill Welcher) of Mt. Pleasant; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers; Richard McBeth and James Carmon and his grandmother; Norma Stodgell.
A celebration of life for Jeff McBeth will be 10:00 Friday at Elliott Chapel, New London with Pastor Nathan Cooper officiating. Visitation will begin at noon Thursday with the family receiving friends from 5 - 7 PM.
In his memory, a memorial has been established for his children. Online condolences may be left at www.elliottfuneralchapel.com.
Just wanted to say i am so sorry for your loss to the family and friends! He was always nice to me. Bless his family an friends at this trying time. And bless his young spirit.
Dear Laurie, Mike, Jody and Jamie: I cannot express my sadness for your loss and what you must be going through right now. So many fun times and memorable years I can reflect on. My heart goes out to all of you as you tackle this new normal. Please know you will remain in my thoughts for days, weeks and years to come and I hope you find peace in the wonderful memories you have of Jeff. With love, Annie Rupp (Malone)
This news is heartbreaking to hear. Jeff was such a welcoming guy as I knew him. I remember as a neighborhood kid, Jeff would invite anyone on the court with him and the guys to shoot hoops...even wrestlers. I remember racing mopeds and playing tackle football at Metler's and Puff's. Jeff was always an encourager.
After over 20 years of absence I got to visit with Jeff at our 20th class reunion. He was genuinely happy to see me there. Jeff talked highly of his family. I'm thankful we got to visit. I'm truely sorry for Jeff's family and friends. You're all are in our prayers. Randy Weflen and family.