Howard Beazell

Howard Beazell

February 02, 1935 - February 20, 2013

Howard Beazell

February 02, 1935 - February 20, 2013


Howard Reynolds Beazell

Howard Reynolds Beazell passed away on Tuesday, February 20th 2013 in Bear Valley Community Hospital. He was a California native. He was born in Santa Monica on February 2nd 1935 to Howard Lawson and Cathryn Reynolds Beazell. He lived inmany locations in his lifetime, all being in Southern California.

He graduated from Claremont Men’s College (now Claremont McKenna College) with a Finance Degree. Right out of college, he went to work for Marble Mortgage Company then United California Bank then First Interstate Bank.

Mr. Beazell retired from First Interstate Bank in about 1990 as a Vice President.
He served his country in the United States Navy for 30 years, both activity duty and reserves. He retired as a Lieutenant Commander in 1995.

Mr. Beazell married Janet Marie Gulsby in 1958 to 1995 when she passed away from cancer. He then married Margaret Jean Yokee in 1996 .

Surviving are his widow, Margaret; his 3 children, Mrs. Katy Gibbons of Rancho Cucamonga, Howard L of Long Beach, Mrs. Jenny Ellis of Whittier; 7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild; his brother Richard M. Beazell of Big Bear.
Services are graveside for immediate family.

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10 responses to Howard Beazell

  1. So sorry to hear of your loss Jenny. Our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. ? the Baltazars

  2. Well, Grandpa I still cant tie a sheep shank. I will keep working on it. Give Grandma a hug and let her know she is still missed. You too will me missed. I will continue Scouting as you and grandma have taught me when Miranda and I have sons. Thanks for introducing me to boccie ball! I am sure we will all play a round for you down here. Love you Grandpa, see you soon.

    Jeremy Gibbons

  3. Al Balderas says:

    I was one of the fortunate people on this earth to have been a Boy Scout under the leadership of Howard Beazell. When the position of Scoutmaster was created, it was modeled after him. He was a leader, an adventurer, a friend, an advisor and a positive influence. I will always remember him.
    May his family and many loved ones use the blessings of the Lord to take comfort in knowing that they will see him again.

    Al Balderas

  4. Heartfelt condolences, Howard will be sorely missed. He touched so many people’s lives over his years here. He was a great man with a great family. I know every one of us Woodring’s have many great memories of Howard and all of his family. He had character that was above and beyond. I and my family are honored to have known him.
    Kris Woodring

  5. Dave Ellis says:

    I always had a great time around Brother Beazell. He’s the type to always have a joke or funny story. He made people feel welcome, with no pretense. I really loved his suits too! He was a fun guy to be around and will be greatly missed. Our condolences to my sister-in-law Jenny, my brother Bryan and their family. I hope you will celebrate his life with those he loved and who loved him.

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