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Beville Slone Outlaw, 88, went to be with the Lord on November 29, 2012. He was at home surrounded by his family. He was born in Palatka, FL, on February 3, 1924.
After serving in WWII as a 2nd LT, he graduated from the University of Florida with a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering. He came to Melbourne in 1959 where he operated his civil engineering company until retiring in 2004.
He served as a consulting engineer for several cities in Brevard County and belonged to many community and business organizations. He was a pioneer in establishing the modern day Civilian Military Community Relations Council.
He enjoyed his tennis and telling his son how to play the game. He died a happier man knowing his beloved Gators beat FSU.
He is survived by his bride, Helen, of 63 years; sister, Selma; daughters, Charlene (Larry) Evans, Donna (Tim) Williams, Janice (Mike) Arnoldy; son, Glen (Myla) Outlaw; 13 grandchildren, and 7 grandchildren.
Friends of Beville and family are invited to a gathering at Eau Gallie Yacht Club on Tuesday, December 4, from 4 - 6 p.m., with a time for sharing memories at 5 p.m.
The family asks that no flowers be sent, however, donations may be made in Beville's name to: Civ-Mil Community Foundation, 817 Dixson Blvd., Suite 6B, Cocoa, FL 32922.
His children want to thank all those who supported them spiritually, emotionally and physically these past 19 months. Because of you, their burden was lightened.
We Love You, Daddy.
Published in FLORIDA TODAY from Dec. 1 to Dec. 3, 2012