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In loving memory of
William A. Bean
  • November 28, 1946
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  • November 19, 2021

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William A. Bean, age 74, died of Complications due to Surgery on November 19th, 2021, in Ocala, FL.

William is survived by his wife Christine Bean, his children Heather, Michael, Billy, and Kyla. William was also blessed to have 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild. He is preceded in death by his father Robert and his mother Irene. He is survived by his twin brother Jack, His Cousins Art and Gale

William was born on November 28, 1946 in New Brunswick, NJ, to parents Robert and Irene. He graduated from Highland Park after which he worked for NJ Bell. In October 1966 he was drafted into the United States Army. Where he served one tour in Vietnam.
William was a great family man and a loving father. He was equally dedicated to all his children. He made sure to teach all of them the life skills they would need to be successful adults. He continued this with his grandchildren

William was a social, active man who was deeply involved in the VFW for many years of his life. He enjoyed fishing, golf, spending time at the shooting range, and as anyone who knew him could tell you he loved a good story over an ice-cold beer and His family and friends will always remember him as a Father, loving Husband, and someone of the strongest moral character who could always be counted on for help, guidance, or to just lend an ear
The family would ask should you feel compelled to do something in honor of William. Please donate to the Veteran charity of your choice

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  1. Gail Stevens says:
    09 Dec 2021
    Dear cousin, really more of a big brother- helping me learn to swim and jump off the diving board. Always teasing and showing up at grandma Beans when we visited for her Lemon merengue or apple pies. Will miss you, love to your family . Cousin Gail

  2. Debbie says:
    29 Nov 2021
    I will always treasure the memories on Butler Blvd neighbor. Horseshoes, night crabbing , clamming, boating and water skiing attempts. You made my newly teen years so much fun. In my of age years having a few beers and reminiscing of early times of our parents and relatives all the great times we had as neighbors. Thank you for great child hood memories and letting me tag a long.

  3. Debbie lit a candle:
    29 Nov 2021
    Lit since November 29, 2021 at 11:17:38 PM

  4. Bruce lit a candle:
    29 Nov 2021
    Lit since November 29, 2021 at 11:41:16 AM

  5. Art & Audrey Manaker lit a candle:
    28 Nov 2021
    Lit since November 28, 2021 at 11:21:12 PM

  6. Art & Audrey Manaker says:
    28 Nov 2021
    Rest well Bill. I will always remember all the good times we shared at the beach in Chincoteague, the family reunions in NJ, fishing for that big one, and sitting around the campfire just cracking jokes with my folks. I'm sure they were part of the first group to welcome you home. You were always more big brother to both me and cousin Gail. Rest in Peace. Art and Audrey.

  7. john DALNEGRO says:
    21 Nov 2021
    Our deepest sympathy.
    John & Elaine Dal Negro

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