Brian Scott Beall
1968 - 2016
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Brian Scott Beall, 47, of Broomfield, Colorado, courageously fought but lost his battle against cancer, Tuesday March 1st. Born August 6, 1968 in Louisville, Kentucky, he enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17, and he served in Germany where his love of travel began. He earned the Army Achievement Medal while serving in the Armed Forces. He graduated from Front Range Community College and then enrolled at Red Rocks Community College where he earned a degree in Fire Science. He was employed as a locomotive engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad for fourteen years. He and LuAn traveled extensively while he was on the railroad where they met & kept in touch with many friends they made along the way. In 1991, he married his wife LuAn in Broomfield and was a loving husband for 25 years. Brian had a love for people that goes beyond measure. He was always ready to help anyone in need with a cheerful nature and a big smile. He loved to work in missions and founded The Bean Saver Project with his wife LuAn to feed children in need. He had a huge heart and will be missed by everyone who knew him. Brian is survived by his wife, LuAn, his son, Brandon, parents Howard & Barbara Inman Beall, of Broomfield a sister, Debbie & his favorite brother in law, Dee Wall of Littleton, his granddaughters Trinity, Brooke, Delaney and Kanoe, three sister in laws, Elizabeth Goldman of Texas, Kathy Woods of Indiana and his favorite sister in law, Aggie Kelley, of Clarksville Indiana neices & nephews Joshua, Jason, Mandy, Rachel, Talia, Bridgette, Nichole, Shawn, Melissa, April, Tony, Addie, Leyden. Numerous Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, great nieces & nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. March 15, 2016 at Calvary Chapel Broomfield, 1200 Miramonte Street, Broomfield CO. The service will be informal. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to CCB/The Bean Saver Project in the memo line. Burial will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery at a later date.

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Published in Broomfield Enterprise on Mar. 6, 2016.
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February 26, 2019
Barb and Harold: I didn't know Brian but from all the pictures and stories you have shared, he was a wonderful person. Can't even imagine how hard it is on a parent to lose a child, I am so sorry for your loss. God bless you and your family.
Sharon Ullrick
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February 26, 2019
Seldom a day goes by that your father and I do not think of you, Brian. We miss you terribly and know that we will be reunited with you in Heaven. You appear in our dreams. We know that you are with us in spirit. We love you.
BARBARA BEALL
March 26, 2016
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
A. H.
March 19, 2016
RIP my Army brother.
Mark Burns
March 19, 2016
Your passing is a deep loss to your family and the world. You were taken far too soon. My condolences to all.
Marilyn Carnell
March 18, 2016
May the Lord bless you and the members of your family.

--Emily Darwin
March 18, 2016
May the Lord bless you and the members of your family
Emily /Darwin
March 18, 2016
So sorry
Rainer Groszstueck
March 17, 2016
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Joyce Williams
March 17, 2016
Thinking of you at this time and wishing I could be there to give you a hug! My Deepest and Heatfelt Sympathy.
May God Comfort you , Howard, Debbie, LuAnn and all.
Juanita Marasco
March 17, 2016
so sorry the loss of your son.
roberta hoheimer
March 17, 2016
Sincere sympathies on the loss of a beloved son. God watch over you in this difficult time & grant you healing and comfort that Brian is at peace. He is an angel that will always watch over you. God's blessings and many hugs.
Alyssa Black
March 14, 2016
My condolences to all the Beall Family. Brian was one of our unit's most respectful and hard working individuals. As his First Sergeant, at Herzo Artillery Base in Germany in the 1980s he always had that smile and confidence in all that he did. He was always very proud to represent his platoon and unit and the command could always count on him to "Get it Done". Truly a remarkable individual who will be missed here but we know that he had a special calling. May God Bless your family and bring you comfort in knowing that he was always a very special individual.
Joe & Diane Porras
March 10, 2016
March 9, 2016
My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I hope that the promise found in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring you some comfort. Knowing that there is a future for those ones we have lost in death can be so reassuring.
DAB
March 7, 2016
To my Cuz: I loved being with you. Time was precious when I was with you. You were the most amazing special person I have known. I will miss you and your phone calls when you would call and say "hey cuz". Goodbye my sweet man, I will see you soon!
Carmen Warfield
March 7, 2016
There certainly will be a hole left in this world with the loss of this giant of a man.. I'm so sorry for your loss.
March 7, 2016
May The Blessing of GOD Most High, The Blessing of HIS Presence, Promises, Mercy, Grace and Love, Give you The Peace through the Promises yet to unfold before us at the Gates of Eternity, Life is just the starting point for each of us, Eternity with HIM and each other is our destination, May The Mercy and Grace of HIS Fathful Love keep your hearts.
Michael Inman
March 6, 2016
Brian, A true gentyle!am, an awesome Dad a loving husband. You never met a stranger and every stranger you met came away feeling loved and blessed for having known you. You will be missed but we have no doubt your in a better place. Until we meet again. Love, Kelly. Love and prayers for your family and freinds.
Kelly Zelli
March 6, 2016
Dear Barbara, Howard and Luann,
I would like to offer my condolences and say I am sorry for your loss! I'm glad he had such a beautifully filled life with all of you while he was here. What a wonderful man he was and that place in your soul will always be filled with the many happy memories you all made with him! May he "Rest In Peace" now knowing that his memories will live dearly with you and that you can continue in faith till you meet again. D. Spencer
March 6, 2016
Dear Barbara, Howard and Luann,
I would like to offer my condolences and say I am sorry for your loss! I'm glad he had such a beautifully filled life with all of you while he was here. What a wonderful man he was and that place in your soul will always be filled with the many happy memories you all made with him!May he "Rest In Peace" now knowing that his memories will live dearly with you and that you can continue in faith till you meet again. D. Spencer
March 6, 2016
Beall Family--So sorry for the loss of your wonderful son, Brian. He did amazing things during his life, I know you are very proud of his accomplishments. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless!

Sharon Ullrick
March 5, 2016
Brian,
You where a great friend for 23 years. We talked of many different things and dreams, Walked many miles with the dogs, partied and played. You will be deeply missed. Rest in Peace my friend
Brad Fritz
March 4, 2016
To our dear Nephew, Brian and his family........LuAn, Debbie, Howard and Barbara.........
Brian was such fun and so full of life when he lived near us in the 70's when we were in Longmont. We shared many of the same interests and his eventual nickname of A.J. (Foyt) when he was caught speeding very excessively shortly after his early teen years!!!
Enjoyed many special memories during visits to his military base in Germany.....
Brian was a special guy.......!!! We loved him...!!!

Ley (Ed) and Marilyn Beall Montrose, CO.
Edward Beall
March 4, 2016
Brian, Howard and Barbara Beall
In memory of a wonderful son Brian! Honey, we miss you so much! You will always be in our hearts! Love you! Mom and Dad. (Barbara and Howard Beall)
Barbara and Howard Beall
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