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January 22, 2018

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November 12, 2009
With a heavy heart, I send my sympathy for the loss of this honorable man—my father’s respected friend.

Esther Deaton Livingston
November 12, 2009
Charlie and Helen,
Liz and Tom,
Taylor, Little Charlie, Carrie, Hunter, Frazier,

Matt and I are deeply saddened by the loss of Mr. Beach. He was an absolutely wonderful man who I had the pleasure of knowing for over 30 years. Besides being a spectacular boss to my mother, he was both a role model and a true friend to me. I remember his presence changing in my mind's eye as I grew older. I recall being somewhat scared of the big gentleman with the firm handshake as a young child. I have memories of sitting quietly in my mom's office after school, trying to hide behind a school textbook, as he fervently dictated messages to my mom as he paced to and fro. My mom's pen moved so quickly I couldn't keep track of it. I often thought that whatever was going on must be of utmost importance. As I grew older, I became less "scared" of him and more interested in his intellect and his career accomplishments. I often viewed his army portrait, which hung in his office, and wondered how he became so successful. As a young adult, I came to appreciate many of his personal characteristics, such as his firm voice and strong walk. I've been told that one can gauge the quality of a man by his walk. As I ventured off to college, he had such an eagerness to learn about my progress at school and in the world. He often sent me letters of encouragement. But finally as an adult, I came to know him as a wonderful Christian man and friend. I was no longer scared of him, or intrigued by him, but had come to adore and love him. He was always the great encourager, the person genuinely interested in my personal and professional journey through life, and the one who came to be viewed in my heart as a surrogate grandfather. The ultimate gift he gave me was the gift of belief--the belief that a young farm girl from Beattyville could accomplish her dreams. I ultimately have him to thank for helping me to attain my dream. I think of him often as I hear a child's laugh, cry, or the pitter-patter of little feet running down the hall, and realize that I have him to thank for it. He was truly loved by myself and my family and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time. With much love,
November 12, 2009
Gerald, Rena Fletcher- Jackson,Ky
November 12, 2009
my thoughts and prayers with you in this time of need and may the memories keep you comfort. from nancy goodin mother of zachary goodin of u s army natiional guard and lake cumberland blue star mothers ky chapter 6
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