Jackie Joe "Jack" Beshears
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Jackie "Jack" Joe Beshears
Bartlesville - Jackie "Jack" Joe Beshears, 80, of Bartlesville, died on Sunday, December 27, 2020. He was born to parents Harvey Allen Beshears and Bernice (Wilson) Beshears on September 7, 1940, in Anderson, Missouri. He married Georgia Mae on August 12, 1960. They would remain married for the next 60 years and have four children together. Jack worked hard to provide for his family. For 52 years, he owned and operated Beshears Dump Trucking and Excavation. He was known for keeping his dump trucks exceptionally clean. From 1968-1997, he worked as an independent owner and operator of Phillips 66 gas station. When not working, Jack loved woodworking and collecting old antiques.
He is preceded in death by his parents Harvey and Bernice Beshears, and one daughter Kimberly Embrey.
Jack is survived by his wife Georgia Beshears, two sons, Joe Beshears and wife Ronda, Gary Beshears, and one daughter, Lisa Bridges and husband David, one brother Ronnie Beshears of Anderson, Missouri, and one sister Patsy Moore of Peel, Arkansas, grandchildren: Dana Sue Beshears, Amber Severs, Mandi Jones, Ashlee Diana Beshears, Kaleigh Mae Dodson, Dustin Beshears, Tia Tucker, Case Beshears, great-grandchildren: Deagan, Maleia Lynn, Millie, Kambrea, Aubrey Mae, Sawyer Ann, Collin Michael, Zaire, Brooklyn Drew, and Aundria. Services will be held on Monday, January 4, 2021 at 1:30 pm at the City Church in Bartlesville.

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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Dec. 29, 2020 to Jan. 3, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JAN
4
Service
01:30 PM
City Church
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January 8, 2021
I was reviewing these Bartlesville obituaries and realized that I knew Mr. Beshears....although as a teenager I called him Jack when I worked at his gas station about 1968-69! I changed flats and pumped gas. I also recall washing the large dump trucks, but at that time there were only a couple.
I worked for Jack because he and my father, Bill Staats, were friends. My dad was a few years older than Jack, but my dad also worked for himself and operated a small business. He and Jack had a lot in common and they shared business experiences. Dad admired Jack Beshears and respected him because he was aware of how hard Jack worked to be successful. R.I.P. Jack. You were a good boss and a good friend to my father.
Bill Staats, Jr.
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January 2, 2021
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