Beckie Ann Beal, a cherished wife, mother, sister, and friend, passed away on September 2nd, 2023, at the age of 59 after a brave battle with cancer.
Known for her infectious laughter and warm smile, Beckie was not only a mother to her own children but also a mother figure to many others. She possessed an extraordinary level of patience and empathy. She had a knack for truly listening to others, providing a safe space for them to express their thoughts and feelings. Her house was a safe haven, always filled with love, laughter, and a comforting embrace.
Friendship was a cornerstone of Beckie's life. She had the exceptional gift of maintaining lifelong friendships, and her circle of friends was a testament to her loyalty and genuine nature. These friendships brought her great joy and provided a support system that enriched her life in countless ways.
One of her greatest joys in life was vacationing on the Oregon beach. The sound of crashing waves and the salty ocean breeze brought her a sense of tranquility and happiness. When she wasn’t in Oregon you could find her caring for her animals. She had a deep love and compassion for all creatures, big and small.
Throughout her courageous three-year battle with cancer, Beckie demonstrated incredible resilience and determination. Her unwavering spirit became an inspiration to all who witnessed her journey. Despite her own pain and suffering, she continued to bring joy and laughter to those around her.
Beckie’s legacy of laughter, patience, and compassion will forever be remembered by those whose lives she touched. She leaves behind a tapestry of cherished memories that will be held close to the hearts of her loved ones.
Beckie is survived by her wife Tanya Tucker, father Michael H. Beal, children: Misty Murphy, Sara Beal, David Green, Benjamin Green, siblings: Amy Beal, Carrie Beal, Michael Beal and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her loving mother Bonnie Beal, who welcomed her spirit to the other side.
A memorial service will be held on September 15th, 2023, from 6-8 pm to celebrate the life of Beckie at Aaron’s Mortuary 496 24th Street Ogden, Utah. Friends and family are invited to share their condolences and memories.
Special thanks to Applegate Homecare & Hospice, Ogden Clinic, and Utah Hematology Oncology who supported Beckie throughout her journey by providing love, care, and comfort during her time of need. Your presence and support meant the world to her and our family. Your kindness and compassion will never be forgotten.