George Gary Beeson
June 13, 1942 - October 30, 2019
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3540 East Seminole
Springfield, Missouri 65809
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Monday 11/4, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Greenlawn Funeral Home East
3540 East Seminole
Springfield, Missouri 65809
(417) 887-6565 | Map
Monday 11/4, 2:00 pm

George “Gary” Beeson, 77, of Ozark, Missouri, passed away October 30, 2019 at his home. He was born in St. Louis, MO on June 13, 1942 to John and Sylvia (Schwendemann) Beeson. He was married to Mary Janeff (Boswell) Beeson for 54 years. He worked for General Motors in St. Louis, opened a Shell Station…

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Mike Horan left a message on November 10, 2019:
Darrin, I was sorry to hear that your dad passed away. I'll always remember fondly the time I spent at your house when we were kids. Your mom and dad were always so welcoming to me and treated me as if I was just another brother. I hope the best for you and your family and know that you have many good memories of times spent with your dad. Mike Horan
Mike Horan left a message on November 6, 2019:
I was so sad when I heard of Gary’s passing. Mary, you and Gary, Darrin, Tim and Craig were the first people we met when we moved into the James River Addition in 1978. You welcomed Zita and me and our kids and made us feel that this was a great place to live. Gary was always a friend and always willing to help whenever asked and always with a smile. After both our families moved away I saw you all occasionally and I felt warmed by the friendship that we had formed in our early years. Gary was a gentleman and I’m so glad that I was blessed to have him in my life. I know how much you all will miss him. I’ll keep you all in my prayers. I’m sorry that couldn’t be at the visitation but I was out of town.
Michael Morelock left a message on November 4, 2019:
I cannot bring to words everything Mary and Gary did for me in my life. I worked for Gary but I was more like having a new family the beacons made my life worth living when I was at my lowest. Sadly I never got to tell Gary how much he meant to me and my well being, I was more than just an employee, Gary made sure I was a friend also, he taught me so much about ranching and just life and making good decisions and help me be a better person. He trusted me 100% and I needed that, I will always keep you and your family in my heart and my prayers, thank you for being my friend Gary, the world has lost another great person.
Dr M Elise Crain left a message on November 2, 2019:
Gary was such a nice responsible person; a good husband, father and businessperson. My respects to Mary and the family.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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