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November 22, 2019

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November 17, 2019
We were saddened to hear of Dan's passing .We had many great competitions with his sports teams over the years and lots of laughs together over sports memories. I will always remember one thing he used to say...
When a player said they were hurting and or had to miss practice , his standard response was "What hospital are you in ?!"

He was a great role model for hundreds of kids over the years . He was all about the kids . He gave thousands of hours to them and to the Tigard community. One could learn a lot about life just being in his presence.

God bless Dan and the entire Beeler family .

Bill and Louise Brown
November 16, 2019
I played all sports against Dan thru Grade School and was a teammate thru Jr High and High School. Dan was an outstanding athlete and always showed a thorough understanding of whatever sport we were participating in. Around Christmas our senior year he had a life changing illness and almost died. He lost weight and never got his full strength back. He had been an outstanding pitcher and although he had lost his strength, he taught himself how to throw a knuckle ball and could still put it past them at the plate. Had it not been for his illness, he would have excelled as a college athlete. Probably at Oregon.

We became close friends during our senior year, later shared housing and worked together at First National Bank of Oregon. Dan was in our wedding and I participated in his. He and I had a lot of fun in those years and they ended up being productive because we both met and married the girls we would spend the rest of our lives with. We reconnected a couple years ago and it was amazing how much our interests and hobbies mirrored each other. Over the last several months we talked often and I realized how much I had missed his friendship.

Dan was a good guy and a natural leader. I can understand why he had such a positive effect on the people he worked with and coached. Condolences to Fay and the rest of the family. We will all miss Dan Beeler.
November 16, 2019
Dear Beeler Family,

We too were very saddened to hear of Dan's illness and recent passing. Our daughters, Jennie and Julie grew up Tualatin so often played soccer, basketball and softball with or against the Tigard teams. As the skills and competition developed, so did the comaraderie and long-lasting friendships. Every Friday night was meet the Beelers at the local pizza parlor in Tigard to share the week's sports stories. He will surely be missed by so many people but there will also be a time to remember,laugh,share wonderful stories and adventures that everyone had with Dan and the family.

A donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Nerwork in his memory.

Roger and Pat Knight,Jennie Thorsell and Julie Kosik
November 14, 2019
So many wonderful memories as our daughters played softball, soccer and basketball together with Dan either as the coach or fellow parent. He taught our girls how to compete at the highest level, loved his Ducks and built one heck of a deck. Although we lost touch somewhat in the later years, we'll always treasure his smile and friendship. Love to Faye and the entire family,
Dave & Kim Murray
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