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OBITUARY

Ian Manning Beatty

May 29, 1974May 5, 2020

Ian Manning Beatty was born on May 29, 1974 and passed away on May 5, 2020 and is under the care of Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home.

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Jennifer Kirstein

June 2, 2020

Jennifer Kirstein

June 2, 2020

Ian
Cape house 2018

Jennifer Kirstein

June 2, 2020

Ian
Provincetown 2018

Jennifer Kirstein

June 2, 2020

Where to start...
I met you about 26-27 years ago, and we were friends ever since. I loved your Uncle Steve and Aunt Gail. I have the best memories of hanging out in Wellesley, or Natick in the early days. Even hanging out with your mom every once and awhile.
We were close friends, you were my bestie, and I loved you like a brother.
We saw each other thru so much. My mom loved you, and you were the first to come out when she died. Everyone in the family loved you, dad wanted you to live there! Lol! Thank goodness you didn’t do that!
My kids loved you. Maya was crying the other day. Eli remembered your duck voice and smiled.

When Eli was younger, he didn’t like to be touched. But he loved you so much, when you came over he’d yell out, “Ian’s home!” And he’d give you a big “Velcro” hug! But it was more than that... he’d run up to you out of the blue for a hug. He had trouble with eye contact and other neurological issues, but he was calm with you. I can remember you saying that you weren’t a “kid person” but you thought mine were cool and funny. And Maya... you already had a plan that may have included a shotgun if she was to date! 😉

“Where does she learn this stuff?” You’d say when she’d use her “big words!” We’d joke that she was born 40 years old!

I keep thinking about you, keep thinking of how I was coming down in July to visit. How will I find mom in the cemetery? You were the only one who could find the section she is buried in.

No one understood me like you did, and vice versa I’d say. We never judged each other, we accepted each other’s quirks without question, and we both knew lecturing would never do. We just understood what others couldn’t. I think I’ll miss that most of all.
That and your OCD with cleaning. You’d come to stay and chastise us for letting the house get dirty! 😂

I miss you everyday. I’m still in shock. Just hours after texting you were gone. Rest In Peace. I love you brother

Monique Lavergne

May 29, 2020

Ian as I knew him about 30 years ago. Fun to be around and always able to make people smile.

Bobbi Hays

May 29, 2020

Bobbi Hays

May 29, 2020

Bobbi Hays

May 29, 2020

Bobbi Hays

May 29, 2020

Bobbi Hays

May 29, 2020

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