Brian C. Beall

Middletown, New York


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Formerly of Goshen, N.Y. Brian C. Beall, 61, a longtime teacher and coach at Huntington Beach Union High School, Huntington Beach, Calif., died at home on Friday, March 30, 2007 after a brief illness. The eldest son of the late Glenn H. and Helen V. (Hannefy) Beall he was born in Goshen, on...

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Liz & Matt,
Ellie and I have you in our prayers.
Brian lived a wonderful life with both of you. His memory will live
on. I have some fond memories with both of you.
God Bless,
Dave & Ellie Barrelle

To the family to Brain,
Our sincerest condolence at the recent lost of a husband and father and to the class of 1963 of MW.

Greg and Family: I am sorry about your loss. Whenever a family member leaves the fold, it does point out our relationship to the world and family. I did not know Brian, so please express my condolences to the family
. Marion Gray

To the entire extended Beall family, please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of Brian. It is said that life is short. One hears that often, but it truly never sinks in until moments like this. Brian lived his life to the fullest. Perhaps his legacy to all of us is that we do the same.

Dear Ellen, Greg & family & Kevin & family - We are so deeply sorry for the sudden loss of your brother. We know only too well the heavy burden it is to carry in your hearts. Hold onto the good times, the funny things & great memories, not dwelling on the painful loss. Please know your sadness is felt by your friends.

I send prayers of sympathy and support to your family. I graduated from MW with Brian, and moved away two years later, so my memories are of a youthful, vigorous, happy scholar-athlete who was a wonderful friend. From a fellow history-geography teacher, Nancy (Wendt) Lang

Sincere sympathy to the family of Brian C. Beall from a Monroe Woodbury Classmate. May prayers be with all of you.
Dottie (Hall) Morgan
Class of 1963

Brian was my best friend in high school... always cheerful... caring.. ready to find the best in everyone and every situation. He was the person who was always there for everyone else.. never had a bad word about anyone. His friendship has been a treasured memory for the many years since we were in school together. I'm sure that he will be among the good people.