Michael A. Beeman

Nashville, Tennessee

1958 - 2018 (Age 60)


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Michael A. BeemanNashville - Sept. 17, 2018. Age 60. Master Barber. Survived by loving wife, Andrea; Visitation TODAY from 11 til Noon at Pleasant Green Church (1410 Jefferson St.) Funeral following. Services entrusted to Scales Funeral Home, Inc., 615-329-9880

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I'm saddened that I just discovered Mike's passing when I went to visit the barber shop yesterday. In May I moved to South Carolina, but I would still make the trip back to TN whenever I could to get Mike to cut my hair. The last time he cut me was about a month ago and I couldn't make the trip back to see him because I was traveling elsewhere. Imagine my surprise when I saw that the shop was arranged differently and the first chair barber told me that Mike had passed 2 weeks ago. I was...

We have a heavy heart with the passing of our teammate, Mike B . Our prayers go out to all his family.

From all his basketball teammates and coaches at Knoxville College

Im so sorry to hear about Michael"brother" I haven't seen him in a long time but my memories of our childhood will live on
He can be with Danielle, grandmother, and CB. Rest in heaven my brother.

To the family and friends of Michael Beeman. We, at Gray Line of Tennessee, would like to offer our condolences for your loss. Michael will be missed by us all. Our prayers are with you and your family during this time.
Thank you, Gray Line of Tennessee Casino Depot Staff

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mike Beeman was my barber for 30 years. He always had a kind word for you and he possessed a kind and gentle spirit. Rest easy my friend. You'll be "first chair" in heaven. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Gerald Sisney

To the Family of Mike Veeman & especially to Andrea,
I was saddened by the news of Mike's passing. I'm so very sorry for your loss.
Mike was a great guy and always nice to everyone. He'll definitely be missed by many.
Keep the good memories in your hearts and at the forefronts of your minds, that'll help you make it through.
Praying for all of you.

Im sorry you had to go, I'm really going ro miss you. You were quiet but silly and that was cool with me. I'll be listening for your voice saying " How's everything in smurfville" ? Til we meet again.......Love you very much!!!

I love you Pepaw. Forever.
-Your granddaughter, Eriqua