Richard A. Beeny

March 21, 1926June 15, 2010

BEENY, Richard A. – Age 84, of Flint, died Tuesday, June 15, 2010 at Heritage Manor. Mr. Beeny was born March 21, 1926 in Flint the son of Robert and Lucille Beeny. He served his country during W.W. II with the U.S. Army in Europe. Richard graduated from GMI in 1952, worked for Buick Motor Co. and retired after 25 years of service with Holly Spring Company. Surviving are children, Randy (Teresa) Beeny, Rick Beeny, Susan (Jeffery) Gauger, Sandy (Scott) Tucker; former wife Norrine Taylor; grandchildren, Steven (Lindsay) Gauger, Scott Gauger, Bridgette and Catrina Beeny, Jorden (Gina) Vinton; great granddaughter, Aaryana. Friends may visit the family from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Reigle Funeral Home Sunset Chapel. A Memorial Service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, June 18, 2010 at the funeral home. Rev. Teresa Peterson will officiate.


  • Visitation Thursday, June 17, 2010
  • Memorial Service Friday, June 18, 2010

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John Weaver

June 21, 2010

Dear Beeny Family, Very sorry to hear of Mr. Beeny Passing. Sandy sent me a email today and I was sorry to hear this.I know he will be missed , But as Sandy said he is in a better place now. God Bless Him and all of you! My deepest sympathy. John W. Weaver


June 18, 2010

O the opal and the sapphire of that wandering western sea,
And the woman riding high above with bright hair flapping free--
The woman whom I loved so, and who loyally loved me.

The pale mews plained below us, and the waves seemed far away
In a nether sky, engrossed in saying their ceaseless babbling say,
As we laughed light-heartedly aloft on that clear-sunned March day.

A little cloud then cloaked us, and there flew an irised rain,
And the Atlantic dyed its levels with a dull misfeatured stain,
And then the sun burst out again, and purples prinked the main.

--Still in all its chasmal beauty bulks old Beeny to the sky,
And shall she and I not go there once again now March is nigh,
And the sweet things said in that March say anew there by and by?

What if still in chasmal beauty looms that wild weird western shore,
The woman now is-elsewhere-whom the ambling pony bore,
And nor knows nor cares for Beeny, and will laugh there nevermore.

Monica Herriman-Cranmer

June 18, 2010

I am so sorry for your loss. I wish I could have made it up there to see you. Please know my thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy are with you!
Love you always,

June 18, 2010

I am so sorry for your loss. It is never easy to lose a loved one, and I pray you will find comfort in our Lord.
God Bless You!
Ginnie Panek

June 18, 2010

Sorry to hear about your dad.
Ed Howicz

June 18, 2010

All of us on Henry Street send our condolences to you and your family.

Nick, Rex, Cori and Nan

Pamela Martens

June 17, 2010

Dear Beeny Family, Our hearts are filled with sorrow for you at this difficult time in your life. Know that we are with you in spirit snd prayer and wish we could be there for you in person tomorrow. We're sending you our love and deepest sympathy. God Bless you! Love always, Pam, Hal & Family

June 16, 2010

Wonderful group of pictures, Sue, Sandy, Randy and Rick! I'd like to hear more about all of the pictures someday. Dick was a handsome dude! I didn't know he played the trumpet, either.

I'm very sorry that you have lost your dear Father, but he had a wonderful life with all of you!

God bless you with His peace, and tons of beautiful memories!

Love, Carole Gauger