In memory of
Brian Scott Beall
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In memory of
Brian Scott Beall
Brian Scott Beall, 47, of Broomfield, Colorado, courageously fought but lost his battle against cancer, Tuesday March 1st. Born August 6, 1968 in Louisville, Kentucky, he enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17, and he served in Germany where his love of travel began. He earned the Army Achievement Medal while serving in the Armed Forces. He graduated from Front Range Community College and then enrolled at Red Rocks Community College where he earned a degree in Fire Science. He was employed as a locomotive engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad for fourteen years. He and LuAn traveled extensively while he was on the railroad where they met & kept in touch with many friends they made along the way. In 1991, he married his wife LuAn in Broomfield and was a loving husband for 25 years. Brian had a love for people that goes beyond measure. He was always ready to help anyone in need with a cheerful nature and a big smile. He loved to work in missions and founded The Bean Saver Project with his wife LuAn to feed children in need. He had a huge heart and will be missed by everyone who knew him. Brian is survived by his wife, LuAn, his son, Brandon, parents Howard & Barbara Inman Beall, of Broomfield a sister, Debbie & his favorite brother in law, Dee Wall of Littleton, his granddaughters Trinity, Brooke, Delaney and Kanoe, three sister in laws, Elizabeth Goldman of Texas, Kathy Woods of Indiana and his favorite sister in law, Aggie Kelley, of Clarksville Indiana neices & nephews Joshua, Jason, Mandy, Rachel, Talia, Bridgette, Nichole, Shawn, Melissa, April, Tony, Addie, Leyden. Numerous Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, great nieces & nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. March 15, 2016 at Calvary Chapel Broomfield, 1200 Miramonte Street, Broomfield CO. The service will be informal. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to CCB/The Bean Saver Project in the memo line. Burial will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery at a later date.
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In memory of
Brian Scott Beall
Brian Scott Beall, 47, of Broomfield, Colorado, courageously fought but lost his battle against cancer, Tuesday March 1st. Born August 6, 1968 in Louisville, Kentucky, he enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17, and he served in Germany where his love of travel began. He earned the Army Achievement Medal while serving in the Armed Forces. He graduated from Front Range Community College and then enrolled at Red Rocks Community College where he earned a degree in Fire Science. He was employed as a locomotive engineer for the Union Pacific Railroad for fourteen years. He and LuAn traveled extensively while he was on the railroad where they met & kept in touch with many friends they made along the way. In 1991, he married his wife LuAn in Broomfield and was a loving husband for 25 years. Brian had a love for people that goes beyond measure. He was always ready to help anyone in need with a cheerful nature and a big smile. He loved to work in missions and founded The Bean Saver Project with his wife LuAn to feed children in need. He had a huge heart and will be missed by everyone who knew him. Brian is survived by his wife, LuAn, his son, Brandon, parents Howard & Barbara Inman Beall, of Broomfield a sister, Debbie & his favorite brother in law, Dee Wall of Littleton, his granddaughters Trinity, Brooke, Delaney and Kanoe, three sister in laws, Elizabeth Goldman of Texas, Kathy Woods of Indiana and his favorite sister in law, Aggie Kelley, of Clarksville Indiana neices & nephews Joshua, Jason, Mandy, Rachel, Talia, Bridgette, Nichole, Shawn, Melissa, April, Tony, Addie, Leyden. Numerous Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, great nieces & nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. March 15, 2016 at Calvary Chapel Broomfield, 1200 Miramonte Street, Broomfield CO. The service will be informal. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to CCB/The Bean Saver Project in the memo line. Burial will be at Fort Logan National Cemetery at a later date.
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