FRANCIS EUGENE BEAMAN

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FRANCIS EUGENE BEAMAN 9/8/1926 - 1/2/2014 Francis Eugene Beaman was born on September 8, 1926 in Mondamin, Iowa and departed this life on January 2, 2014 in Barstow, California. After serving in the Navy during WWII he moved to Mira Loma California and married the love of his life Mary Clark on July 17, 1948, until her death in April of 2010. They began their life together in Mira Loma, and shortly after marriage, moved to San Bernardino where they raised their 4 children Larry, Darrell, Roy and Cheryl. They finally moved to Pinon Hills, where they built the house they lived in the rest of their lives. Francis was always involved with his family, whether it was camping, Boy Scouts, school projects, church projects, or any projects needing attention. He loved his family. He showed his love through his deeds and actions. He was a man of very few words. Then again, most of the talking was done by his 4 children, 14 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. Francis believed everyone should volunteer in something, and demonstrated this by volunteering in his church as a deacon and electrician, COPs (of which he was the commander for several years) and served on the MAC board. He was a man of inspirational grace and wisdom, and will be greatly missed. We know that we will see him again in heaven, where he is reunited in rest with his wife and son. We imagine that when he entered the pearly gates of heaven that he heard, "well done, my good and faithful servant." Memorial Services will be held at Victor Valley Mortuary Chapel in Victorville, California on January 7, 2014 at 10:00am. Graveside services will take place at Crest Lawn Memorial Park in Riverside, California following the memorial service. Victor Valley Mortuary is handling arrangements. 760-245-8164
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Published in the Daily Press on Jan. 7, 2014
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