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Mary Alice Kenneavy

August 17, 1930 – December 27, 2020


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Mary Alice Kenneavy, 90, of Mesa AZ, passed away on December 27, 2020. She was born August 17, 1930 in Middleton, WI, to Henry and Ann Adler.

She is preceded in death by her loving first husband, Alfred James Beckwith with whom she had 11 children, her parents, her daughter, Linda May Beckwith, her brothers, Ralph and Albert Adler, her sister Charlotte Pruitt, and her grandson, John Joseph Picco.

She is survived by her second husband, James Kenneavy, her 10 children, James (Ruben) Beckwith, Arzie Beckwith, Patty Burger, Kathy Hicks, John (Jane) Beckwith, Sharyl (Dan) Toynton, Ken (Rebbecca) Beckwith, Larry (Susan) Beckwith, Annie Militello (Tony Bahrs), Cynthia Picco, her sister, Carol (Larry) Moore and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was a homemaker who loved to write poems. And in her later life she loved to do puzzles.

She will be deeply missed, but never forgotten.

She is laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Mesa, Arizona.

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Mary Alice Kenneavy

August 17, 1930 – December 27, 2020


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Mary Alice Kenneavy, 90, of Mesa AZ, passed away on December 27, 2020. She was born August 17, 1930 in Middleton, WI, to Henry and Ann Adler.

She is preceded in death by her loving first husband, Alfred James Beckwith with whom she had 11 children, her parents, her daughter, Linda May Beckwith, her brothers, Ralph and Albert Adler, her sister Charlotte Pruitt, and her grandson, John Joseph Picco.

She is survived by her second husband, James Kenneavy, her 10 children, James (Ruben) Beckwith, Arzie Beckwith, Patty Burger, Kathy Hicks, John (Jane) Beckwith, Sharyl (Dan) Toynton, Ken (Rebbecca) Beckwith, Larry (Susan) Beckwith, Annie Militello (Tony Bahrs), Cynthia Picco, her sister, Carol (Larry) Moore and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was a homemaker who loved to write poems. And in her later life she loved to do puzzles.

She will be deeply missed, but never forgotten.

She is laid to rest at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Mesa, Arizona.

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