Tavian Reneé Beasley, born August 6, 1994 in Kalispell, MT, passed on to her next journey September 18, 2021 in Grand Coulee, WA. She was raised on a small farm in the foothills of the Swan Range in Kalispell, MT until the age of 10. She then moved on to a new adventure in Bishop, CA where she attended Bishop High School. After school she remained in Bishop working for several establishments until she took a vacation to visit her mother and step-father in Grand Coulee, WA. She fell in love with the area and moved herself and her beloved pets to Grand Coulee at the age of 26. Tavian had the kindest sweetest spirit and was extremely humble. She always made sure others were comfortable and happy before she thought of herself. Her spirit was shy but so very extraordinary. She loved with all of her heart and if you were loved by Tavian you knew it. She was beautiful in every way and will be missed greatly. When Tavian touched your heart she was in it forever. Tavian was an incredible artist and enjoyed reading and playing the piano. She often shared her love of baking and decorating together with her mother. She was an avid knitter and made many a knitted gift for others. She also loved gaming when time allowed. Her dogs were her babies and she took them wherever she went. She and her dogs shared many an adventure both in Bishop and Grand Coulee. Tavian spent this last summer working for the Washington State Steamboat Park as well as hiking and kayaking with her friends, family, and dogs. She also loved traveling to Montana to visit family and friends. She enjoyed her special times with her uncle Chris and sweet cousin Karissa. Tavian is survived by her mother and step-father Chantel and Chuck Crowe, brothers Mark Hall II, Sean Beasley, great-aunt Sherry Grob, grandmother Sheila Raiman, uncles Chris Turner, Jim Turner (Sarah), aunt Toni Clouse (Tony), nephews Mark Hall III, Todd Hall, Brandon Hall, several cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles as well as her beloved pets Guinevere, Quelan, Quelana, and Joseph. Tavian was preceded in death by her grandfather George Turner and great-grandparents Chris and Helen Grob. Memorials to be held in Washington and Montana.