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July 20, 2018

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May 3, 2018
HI I'm kandace signor I was his patient. He did my eye surgery when I was 3. I miss him. He was a funny dr. Ps. Kandace
April 21, 2017
Although I didn't know George I just wanted to tell the family and friends how sorry I am for the loss of your loved one. Please know that your family will be in my prayers. (John 11:1-44)
April 21, 2017
Sorry for the loss of a dear loved one. May you find comfort during this grieving moment. Psalm 105:4.
April 8, 2017
As a pediatric eye surgeon myself, I of course was aware of Dr. Beauchamp's much too early passing. However, I was seeing a young strabismus patient who had moved from Texas to Colorado, and in getting the "past history" the teen's mother told me that they moved to Colorado, but REALLY missed THEIR eye doctor in Texas - Dr. George Beauchamp. I had the unfortunate duty of telling them of Dr. Beauchamp's much too early death. The teen and her family were quite accurate in their testimony that Dr. Beauchamp SAVED their child's vision. I have the good fortune of steeping in to care for a pre-teen who had the most excellent care, available ANYWHERE in the WORLD - but by one of the kindest, caring, and most compassionate pediatric eye doctors to ever practice. For me as a younger pediatric ophthalmologist, Dr. Beauchamp was unique in his caring and thoughtful mentoring. Dr. Beauchamp was unique in his willingness to spend his valuable time and talent with ALL of the pediatric eye community, from his peers to the newest fellowship-trained graduate pediatric ophthalmologist. I sincerely hope that when I pass that my performance can be rated at best HALF as good as my good friend, colleague, mentor, and veteran - Dr. George Beauchamp. RIP old soldier. (trained at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.)