George F. Beasley

Portage, Wi, Illinois

1940 - 2020


Portage, Wi, Illinois


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George F. BeasleyBorn: July 7, 1940; in Blytheville, ARDied: July 3, 2020; in Madison, WIService, love and kindness to others was the way George F. Beasley lived and how he shall be remembered by many for years to come. Born July 7, 1940 in Blytheville, Arkansas, George Franklin was the son of...

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George was one of the kindest men I have ever known. Whether it was inviting us to his home for the pumpkin fest in Sycamore each year or offering to help in any way early in my State Farm career. I will always remember George and Nancy singing at the piano bar during the State Farm Christmas Party. You will be missed by all those you have come in contact with in your life.

I remember George from his days with the DeKalb County (Illinois) Republicans. I especially remember talking to him in November, 1988 on election night at our victory party. He and his wife Nancy took turns running for office. He was truly a DeKalb area GOP icon back in the '80s and will be missed.

Kind, caring sweet man, I am so sorry to hear of his passing..great memories of one of Sycamores own...Marilyn

Nancy and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. It was a great pleasure meeting both of you. George made the best Santa and your singing together was delightful. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Mari Guckenberger

Not enough space or words to remember all the wonderful memories of George. The many, many wrestling parties, the Haunted house at Jaycee's, the Beasley's wonderful Christmas parties(the snoring recording), the way he always made you feel special, his wonderful stories(no one could tell a story like George). Never forget Nancy and George serenading us at a restaurant when they found out it was Bill's Birthday. His consideration when you were in an accident, he always put you at ease and...

Saddened to hear of the death of George. My husband George Bill Stanley worked with him at Richardsons then Spauldings years ago. He will be remembered as a friend and kind gentleman