On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 2:01 PM, Frank Louis Scaramuzza wrote:
Kenny, Stevie, and Maria
The earliest time that I remember your Dad was when we were kids and the Beams lived in Bonanza. We wanted to play ball and the only ball that we had was a Ball bearing that was about 2" in diameter. We put tape around it to enlarge the size. Ken was the batter and I was the designated pitcher. Well I pitched and he hit the make shift ball which hit me dead center of my forehead above my eye brows. I was taken to the Dr. in Bonanza and he treated and released me. The scar still remains but the good times that your dad and I had still remain with me.
May God Bless you and the rest of the Beam family in your time of sorrow. I know your Dad is in a better place and we shall meet again..
Frank Louis Scaramuzza
I was out of town this week and got a call from relatives in Ft. Smith telling me about Kenneth. Looking through your photo album brought back a lot of memories. He was SO proud of his children and grandchildren. Your whole family is a part of happy memories I have of growing up in Ft. Smith. I can close my eyes and picture that hay field on my daddy's farm and the "Beam boys" who hauled the hay . Daddy cut, I raked, Daddy bailed and the "Beam boys" hauled it to the barn. I wish I could have been there for his service. Thank you for the pictures and the good memories. I'm truly sorry for your loss. Shirley (Watson) Rose
Liz,sorry to hear of your loss.Our prayers are with you.Shirley Gillis& family
Kenneth loved his family so very much. His smile, good heart, God given voice will always be remembered by those he touched. God bless his family that meant so much to him.
Maria and family sorry to read about the death of your Father. My thoughts and prayers go out to all...
Julie Bugg (Ft. Smith, AR)