In Memory

Tom Beamish

Tom Beamish

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12/03/21 08:39 AM #1    

Eileen Nowak (Meek)

I was so sorry to read about Tom's passing. We had spoken briefly about his health at the reunion and I knew he was having health issues. My prayers go out to his family during this difficult time. He will be missed! Such a neat guy!!🙏🙏

12/06/21 12:37 AM #2    

Gary Cronk

Very sorry to hear of Tom's passing. I believe he was a member of our freshmen "Bandit" football team. He was

funny and witty and was "one of the guys". My thoughts of condolences go out to his family and good friends at

this time of need. RIP Tom.

12/08/21 12:14 AM #3    

Patricia Ann Adams (Justicia-Linde)

This obituary was published in the Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN, and provided to the class by Tom's good friend, Steve Guinan.  May Tom rest in peace .



Thomas Beamish (Tom)

May 11, 1948 - November 30, 2021

Thomas (Tom) Beamish, 73, was born to Richard and Edith Beamish May 11, 1948, in Rochester, NY, and passed away at home Nov. 30, 2021. 
Tom served as a Marine in the Active Reserves. He was very proud of the Marines and being a part of them. 
Tom worked for Eastman Kodak for 33 years and retired in April 1999. After he retired, he worked at Deerfield Country Club as a ranger and then in the Pro shop. He also worked part time for Park Ridge Hospital in the Assisted Living area driving residents to appointments and back. He loved listening to them tell their stories. 
Tom and his wife, Diane, moved to Lake Tansi in October 2004. He loved golfing and joined the Senior League, Bandits and the Couples League. He and Diane served on the Welcoming Committee for many years and also served on the ACC Committee for a number of years. 
He is survived by his wife, Diane; son, Timothy Beamish of Holley, NY; daughter, Laura Beamish of Boynton Beach, FL; daughter, Michelle Gray (Scot) of Sugar Hill, GA; and daughter, Nicole "Nikki" Hellewell (Chris) of Farmington, UT; eight grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. 
He was preceded in death by his parents; his older brother, Dick; and his older sister, Margaret (Peg). Tom and Diane had a black lab, Sadie, that he cherished, and Tom will be able to be with her now. 
He will be deeply missed by his family and many wonderful friends. He led a very active life and accomplished many things in his lifetime. He left them with a lot of memories. No service is planned at this time.

Published on December 6, 2021


12/08/21 07:46 AM #4    

John Townes

We're all saddened to hear that another Jurist from our class has passed. Tom was very well respected and it sounds like he had a very fulfilling life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. And, our thanks to Steve Guinan for alerting us to this news and sending along his obituary. Also, thanks to Patricia for posting that here for all our classmates to see.



12/08/21 05:45 PM #5    

Diane Bopp (Howell)

I too am saddened by Tom's passing and may his soul rest in peace. To Tom and Diane's family I wish comfort for their sorrow and and wonderful memories to hold close to their hearts.

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