Published On: Tue, Mar 7th, 2017

Bob Beasley-Obituary-1930-2017

My dear husband, Robert Wm. Beasley passed away on Saturday after a two year battle with cancer and he had contracted pneumonia when he was put into a rehab center. He will be buried tomorrow at the South Florida National Cemetary at 6501 State Road 7 in Lake Worth, Fl. at 10:30 am.
If you care to attend, please use Lane 3 to line up with other cars.

Robert, (Bob) Beasley was born in Union City, New Jersey to John and Elizabeth Weber Beasley in 1930. He was a Lt. in the United States Airforce, and a graduate in Industrial Engineering from Rutgers University. Bob worked for Grumann Aircraft, Rowe International and Comweb Technology as a Manager of Computer Hardrive Installations in Colleges.

We met in 1997 and were married in 1998 at the very beautiful Madison Hotel in Madison, New Jersey. We had a wonderful life together after we moved here to Boca Raton and became involved with many community groups down here. We travelled to Istambul, Turkey, Athens Greece andd the Greek Isles on our honeymoon. We joined Via Mizner Country Club where Bob was a Senior Tennis Champion several years.

He was the father of Pamela and Glen Beasley and the grandfather of Melanie Beasley and had three great grandchildren. Bob will be sorely missed by all that knew him. In lieu of flowers, if you care to make a donation to either Lynn Cancer Institute or Jafco in Bob’s memory it would be greatly appreciated.

Charlotte and Bob Beasley with my daughter,Melanie Conley

Charlotte and Bob Beasley with my daughter,Melanie Conley



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  1. Kristen says:

    I work at the Lynn Cancer Institute and had the pleasure of meeting this wonderful man. I always remembered and greeted him after a conversation we had where I said he reminded me of Henry Fonda who played Frank Beardsley in the movie ‘Yours Mine and Ours’. Made me feel old (at 33) when he told me he hadn’t seen this 1968 favourite movie of mine. He was always so kind and patient. I was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. My deepest sympathies to the family.

  2. Sorry to hear about Bob
    Would like to talk
    Richard Spencer

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