ROBERT MAX BEACH
1947 - 2021
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Robert Max Beach, 73, of Brawley, Ca passed away on Friday, January 1, 2021. Robert always went by Bob or Bobby and was born on September 19, 1947 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He married Sandy Beach on January 20, 1978 in El Centro, CA. Robert was a Decorated Vietnam War Veteran from 1966 to 1969. He had several jobs throughout his life. D&H Body Shop, Tuckers Auto Body, B&F, Dalbo Trucking, Coastal Transport, Flying J Trucking and Packers Mini Storage. He loved fishing, Stock Car Racing and Gambling... Bob was a kind man who was very well known to be there to help a friend or family out and would give the shirt off his back if needed. Bob was a Be- loved husband, a Loving Father and a Best Friend. There is a Big Void in our hearts. We are going to miss you, Little Big Man. He was preceded in death by his father, Walter Max Beach; mother, Helen Shultz, brother; Jim Beach and his Sister Cheryl Beach of San Diego. He is survived by spouse Sandy Beach of Brawley; son, Jeffrey Beach of San Antonio, TX; Daughter-in-law, lacy Beach San Antonio TX; sister in-law Betty Beach; brother, Max Beach; brother, John Parsons; sister, Denise Thompson; grandchildren Colton Beach, Payton Beach, Aston Baker; plus, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. The family suggests donations be made to Wounded Warriors Foundation on behalf of Robert Beach.

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Published in Imperial Valley Press Online on Feb. 25, 2021.
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March 3, 2021
Never could win from him when we played poker together.
Stephen Jester
Family
March 3, 2021
Last pics I had
Stephen Jester
Family
February 27, 2021
Bob and I entered the Army together in Aug. 1966. He became one of the platoon sergeants and everyone looked up to him. He was indeed a gentle giant but when needed he was a fearsome combatant. Rest in peace!
john Edelman
John Edelman
Served In Military Together
February 26, 2021
A classmate and former Brother-in-Law, Bobby was a gentle giant to many. May he rest in peace, along with his sister Cheryl who joined him just weeks after he passed.
Les Ferguson
Les Ferguson
Family
February 25, 2021
A cousin that was my brother for first twenty four years of our lives, lived a lot, learned a lot, shared a lot, and had a lot of fun together. Always had my back and taught me things that helped me live thru rough patches in my life. Our Mothers were inseparable their whole lives and thusly Bobby and I saw each other often up to my Mom's death in 1974 and me leaving Imperial valley shortly after. Definitely sad that he is gone but will always have fond memories for rest of my time.
Stephen Roy Jester
Family
February 25, 2021
Bobbie you were a great cousin and friend. You leave another hole in my heart. Love you and prayers for Sandy and family.
Sharon Jester Murray
Sharon Jester Murray
Family
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