Jerry Alan Beasley

SANTO, Texas

1948 - 2009


SANTO, Texas


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Jerry Alan Beasley, 60, passed away Wednesday, April 1, 2009, at a Mineral Wells hospital. Service: 10 a.m. Saturday in Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Chapel. Burial: will follow in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. He was born Aug. 22, 1948, in Fort...

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My condolences to Lisa Beasley and family

Lisa, and Family, I was very shocked to just now find out of my dear friends passing. Jerry, myself and Tommy Fenske were school friends, in Haltom City Texas were our families also were closet of friends, I lost my mom his moms closet friend, Nov 3, 2007 and his bestfriend he had great times with. Tommy passed on back in 1994, I know he is in good company now. Jerry, God Bless you, and I will see you soon!

Lisa, I was just told today about your Father's passing. I am so very, very sorry to hear that. I know your feelings are deep at this time as I also lost my Dad in April. My sympathy and prayers are with you and your family. The Peace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, be with you now and always.

It came as a shock to here about Jerry's passing. He was not only a fellow Loadmaster but he was my friend. I met Jerry when I first entered the Texas Air National Guard in 1984. Throw out my time in the Guard I traveled the world with Jerry on numerous trips. He taught me the right way to be a Loadmaster and to be safe. We became close friends sharing our life stories. If you needed help he was the type of person that was always there with what help he could give. He had a lot for friends in...

To the family I send my heartfelt thoughts and prayers -- To Jerry, oh Jerry … we were supposed to get together for some catch-up time! I just learned of your passing in today's NGAT magazine. You are a true friend and we had some great times on this planet flying with TXANG. I’m going to miss you ol’ buddy … I know you’re watching so, keep a seat at the table for the rest of us down here! Love you, man.

Tim Savage

My thoughts and prayers are with you, the family of my friend of many years. Jerry was a good man and from what I saw he leaves a very good legecy in his children and grandchildren. Sorry you lost your father so young.

Bill, Cody, Dave and Lisa, thanks for hosting the old-head loadmasters this weekend for drinks and memories. I am sure Jerry would approve of most stories told and I hope you guys enjoyed learning a new dimension of your father.
I started missing Jerry at 4:22 pm Thursday afternoon and will continue to miss him for the rest of my life.
Take-care and I will keep in touch.

My condolences to the Beasley family on the loss of your father and husband. I will miss my dear friend and compadre. I will always have our memories together while at Yokota, and our emails to each other since then. I'm sorry I did not get down to Texas to visit with you. Goodbye cowboy, my compadre. Vios Con Dios.
David H. Holden MSgt USAF Retired

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow. May your memories comfort you.

Friends from Haltom City Moose Lodge,
Donna & Roger Cobb
Jo Ann & Jerry Elliott