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Kevin Alexander Beschoner

February 22, 1986May 9, 2020
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Kevin Alexander Beschoner was born February 22, 1986 and left this world on May 9, 2020. He had the largest heart of anyone you could ever meet. His love was strong and pure. Anyone who had the privilege to have his love was forever blessed. He loved his family, especially his mom, his very best friend. He loved the Arkansas Razorbacks. He was the happiest when he had a baby in his arms or playing with children. He was like a brother to many of his cousins.

He left us to join his brother, Daniel; and his Dad, Jerome; along with his grandparents, Hubert and Mary Beschoner, and Vincent and Mary Ann Flusche. He will be waiting for us to one day join them. Until then, we will keep him in our hearts.

He is survived by his mom, Dorothy; and his brother, Dylan. He is also survived by many aunts and uncles: Patricia Thuber, Virginia Post, Jeanette and Paul Kelly, Bernie and Bill Slater, David and Sylvia Beschoner, Ruthie and Gary Boerner, Judy Beschoner and Dale and Doris Beschoner, Jerome and Annette Flusche, Tim and Peggy Flusche, Ellen and Bernie Parsons, John and Beth Flusche, Sarah and Charles Fuller and Vincent Flusche; and many cousins and friends too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be Thursday May 14, 2020 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Fentress Mortuary. Memorial graveside service will be Monday May 18, 2020 at 11:00 am at Holy Cross Cemetery, Fort Smith.

Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Fentress Mortuary in Fort Smith.

  • FAMILY

  • Dorothy Beschoner, Mother
  • Jerome Beschoner, Father (deceased)
  • Daniel Beschoner, Brother (deceased)
  • Dylan Beschoner, Brother
  • Hubert and Mary Beschoner, Grandparents (deceased)
  • Vincent and Mary Ann Flusche, Grandparents (deceased)
  • Patricia Thuber, Aunt
  • Virginia Post, Aunt
  • Jeanette and Paul Kelly, Aunt and Uncle
  • Bernie and Bill Slater, Aunt and Uncle
  • David and Sylvia Beschoner, Uncle and Aunt
  • Ruthie and Gary Boerner, Aunt and Uncle
  • Judy Beschoner, Aunt
  • Dale and Doris Beschoner, Uncle and Aunt
  • Jerome and Annette Flusche, Uncle and Aunt
  • Tim and Peggy Flusche, Uncle and Aunt
  • Ellen and Bernie Parsons, Aunt and Uncle
  • John and Beth Flusche, Uncle and Aunt
  • Sarah and Charles Fuller, Aunt and Uncle
  • Vincent Flusche, Uncle
  • Kevin is also survived by his many cousins and friends too numerous to mention.

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Services

  • Viewing

    Thursday, May 14, 2020

  • Memorial Graveside Service

    Monday, May 18, 2020

Memories

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Amanda Fuller

May 17, 2020

Kevin Kevin what can I say you were a mess...we just got you back..I will never forget all your and Chris's crazy stories...y'all guys were always up to something...I am going to miss you helping keep him in line but I know you will be watching over his butt now....it will be strange not hearing you and Chris talking everyday and you bugging kingston...we love you and will diffently miss you...Amanda Chris and kingston

Samantha Gray

May 14, 2020

I've know Kevin for years. He was always there for me when I needed a shoulder to cry on. When I needed some one to talk to. He was a great friend to not only me but my kids. They loved Kevin and he loved them. You will truly be missed buddy. Rest in paradise babe. We love you

Nicole Schnaible

May 14, 2020

My dear cousin Kevin, you will be missed. You will always be in our hearts. We love you!

Rita Gray

May 14, 2020

I have known Kevin for many years through my sons. He was always polite and even came to help me when I was in need. He never turned down anyone I know when they called on him no matter the situation. He will always be thought of by all of us. We are all sorry to hear of his passing.

Kelly Weisenfels

May 11, 2020

Dorothy, Dyl and family, prayers for comfort and all my love. Thank you sowing such a wonderful wild seed.
Kevin, you were the sweetest boy and the kindest man. I’m glad to have known you.
Love, Kells

Robert Patten

May 11, 2020

I pray Jesus comforts each person.

Robert Patten

Patricia Thurber

May 11, 2020

I love him. I want him to rest in peace. I want the Lord to bless the family.

Love,
Pat Thurber

Jeanette & Paul Kelly

May 11, 2020

Kevin Alexander Beschoner, our big hearted, handsome, wonderful nephew. You always held a special place in the hearts of your Aunt Judy and Uncle Paul & Aunt Jeanette. We will miss you. Rest In Peace now with Jerome and Daniel and many others. We LOVE you Kevin and you knew it.

Jay Nolte

May 11, 2020

I will never forget hanging with the Beschoners growing up. Daniel and I would run all over town and Kevin would always try to keep up. I'm so sorry for this tragic loss Dorothy. God bless

Carey Neal

May 11, 2020

My cousin, Kevin Beschoner, was born on my 8th birthday and lived down the street from me. I used to carry Kevin around with my hip stuck out, and every once in a while I had to use my hip to pop him up to make sure I didn’t drop him. Aunt Dot would get onto me for waking him up after she had spent who knows how long trying to put him to sleep. (I realize now how cruel that was. I’m so sorry, Dot!) But at the time, I didn’t care. He was just too cute not to hold. As we grew up, we spent less and less time together. An 8 year difference meant different stages in life, but because we shared the same birthday, we felt like we were somehow cosmically connected. Every year, he wanted me to tell the story of how I learned he was born on my birthday, and I would tell him he was the best gift I was ever given. Even as an adult, we kept that tradition going. It was my special way of telling him that I loved him. Kevin was my cousin, but I definitely loved him more like a brother. He will always remain in my heart, and he will be waiting on the other side with Jerry and Dan in my mind. Dot and Dylan, you’re in my prayers. I am sending you both the biggest, tightest hugs. ❤️

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Biography

Kevin Alexander Beschoner was born February 22, 1986 and left this world on May 9, 2020. He had the largest heart of anyone you could ever meet. His love was strong and pure. Anyone who had the privilege to have his love was forever blessed. He loved his family, especially his mom, his very best friend. He loved the Arkansas Razorbacks. He was the happiest when he had a baby in his arms or playing with children. He was like a brother to many of his cousins.

He left us to join his brother, Daniel; and his Dad, Jerome; along with his grandparents, Hubert and Mary Beschoner, and Vincent and Mary Ann Flusche. He will be waiting for us to one day join them. Until then, we will keep him in our hearts.

He is survived by his mom, Dorothy; and his brother, Dylan. He is also survived by many aunts and uncles: Patricia Thuber, Virginia Post, Jeanette and Paul Kelly, Bernie and Bill Slater, David and Sylvia Beschoner, Ruthie and Gary Boerner, Judy Beschoner and Dale and Doris Beschoner, Jerome and Annette Flusche, Tim and Peggy Flusche, Ellen and Bernie Parsons, John and Beth Flusche, Sarah and Charles Fuller and Vincent Flusche; and many cousins and friends too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be Thursday May 14, 2020 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Fentress Mortuary. Memorial graveside service will be Monday May 18, 2020 at 11:00 am at Holy Cross Cemetery, Fort Smith.

Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Fentress Mortuary in Fort Smith.

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