Edward C. Beaumont
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Edward C. Beaumont



Edward C.

Beaumont passed away Friday,

May 1, 2020 at the age of 97. Ed is survived by his wife, Caroline; son, John (Houston); daughter, Cindy Murray and her husband Phil (Houston); son, Ted and his wife Carolyn (Tulsa); and son, Bill and his wife Eileen (Albuquerque). He will always be remembered as a loving grandfather to Will, Russell, and Jourdan Beaumont; Liz and Jonathan Martin; and Kevin Murray. He shared with his family his fascination of the world and science through the study of rocks and geography (thanks Google Earth). Ed's family and friends will remember him to be quick-witted with an interesting story that fit in with every conversation. He paid close attention when others spoke to him, a trait which made you relax and understand that Ed thought your views were important. He took great pride in his participation in professional and community affairs. A Memorial Service to honor Ed's life and accomplishments will be held at First Presbyterian Church after the COVID â€" 19 restrictions have been lifted. When a date has been confirmed it will be available on the French Funerals website. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation

Army https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/. To read the full obituary for Edward, sign an online guestbook, and find memorial service information please visit

www.frenchfunerals.com


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Published in Albuquerque Journal on May 10, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Memorial service
First Presbyterian Church
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May 22, 2020
I am so very sorry for your loss. Mr. Beaumont (and his wonderful wife) were close friends of my father's. My dad, Bob Grant, died in 2014, but he was so lucky to know Mr. Beaumont and to count him among his dearest friends. When my father fell ill and was hospitalized here in Albuquerque with my sisters and I spread across the West trying to arrange families and jobs so we could be with him, Mr. Beaumont was there at the hospital with Dad. That is just one simple example of his kindness and the type of man and friend that he was. On behalf of my father, my sisters, and me, please accept our condolences and know that Mr. Beaumont will be missed by many.
Cindy Grant Aguilar
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