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Everett Lee Beebe

1928 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Everett Lee Beebe Obituary
Everett Lee Beebe July 20, 1928 - August 6, 2018 Escondido Everett Lee Beebe, an Escondido resident, died on August 6th, 2018. He was born in Great Falls, Montana, on July 20th, 1928, and he was raised at his family's homestead in Eagleton, MT. Everett's father died during a Montana thunderstorm when Everett, the oldest of 7 kids, was only 10 years of age. Everett became a pillar in his immediate family helping his mother with his six younger brothers and sisters. As a child he moved with his family to Escondido and then Ramona, he worked his whole childhood at farms, groves, lumberyards, and any other place he could find work during those depressed economic times. He left school at the age of 16 for an opportunity to work as a cowboy in Montana. He then served his country in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany after WW II. After his service he returned to Southern California and began working in the construction industry. He joined the carpenters union and was a leader in bringing his brothers, friends and other men in his family into the then productive and flourishing carpenters' labor union hanging drywall. He worked hard over his career, and had a long and delightful retirement. He met the love of his life, Faye Wolfe, in Escondido and they were married in Yuma, Arizona on November 22nd, 1954. They were married until Faye passed away in September of 2011. He was the model husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, son, uncle, brother, cousin, and friend. He modeled the ideal work ethic, he was handy with cars, engines, and a fantastic craftsman. He was an outdoorsman and enjoyed annual hunting and fishing trips to Utah. He relished family road trips in his camper taking his kids and then his grandkids on multiple road trips up to Montana. He loved his family well. A graveside service will be held at Oak Hill Memorial Park on 8/13/18 at 11:00 AM.
Published in The San Diego Union Tribune on Aug. 10, 2018
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