Mr. Wayne Beacham
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
I spent so much time at the Beacham house growing up, it was my home away from home, I always felt welcomed & never felt like I was a pest, although I'm sure I was, Kathy was my best friend growing up in Sioux Narrows, I will always remember Wayne as being kind,sweet,and funny. I will cherish the memories I have. Your family will remain in my thoughts and prayers.
We will miss Wayne, a man we admired and respected. Wayne was a skilled craftsman who rightfully took pride in his work...and after the job was finished we were fortunate enough to know just a little bit of his personal life (usually over some pie and coffee). We know how proud he was of his family, it was evident how much he loved his father and enjoyed working with him but his words also described how abundantly he loved this Lake--the fishing--the times with his family--again Family----------that is what I will most remember about Wayne--he loved to talk about his family and he sure loved desserts.
Wayne, I'm sorry I won't be able to make the chocolate mousse cake I promised you this last summer. It will have to be in heaven. I owe you one.
Ron & Marilyn Lindner
Just wanted to send you my condolences at this very difficult time.Wayne was definately one in a million.