OBITUARY

Linda Marie Beacham

February 1, 1951March 19, 2021

Linda Marie Beacham 70, of Brownsburg, passed away on March 19, 2021. Linda was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on February 1, 1951 the daughter of the late Arthur and Lorraine Burnicle. She was a nurse at the Juvenile Processing Center for many years. Linda was a member of the Life Church Eagle Creek Campus and an avid gardener. Linda is survived by her husband of 36 years: Don Beacham, daughter: Lindsey Beacham, sisters: Karol Krout and Marcia (Tony) LaFata, brother: Michael (Rhonda) Burnicle and sister-in-law: Lou Burnicle. Linda is preceded in death by her brother: Richard Burnicle Services for Linda will be held on Thursday, April 8, 1:00 pm at Life Church Eagle Creek Campus with visitation from 12:00 until the time of service. Burial will follow at Lizton K of P Cemetery. Fond memories and condolences may be made at www.familyfuneralcareindy.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

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Deloris Elz

April 3, 2021

My sincere condolence to the Burnicle and Beacham family
Linda and I had attended Flackville grade school from the first grade to Northwest High School graduation life long friend she will be missed by all

Winona Westbrook

April 1, 2021

Linda was my friend. She was kind and always had a smile.
I moved away from Indy in 1977, when my firstborn was 3 months old. I remember her joy when I became a Mother and came to visit us with gifts, of course. She was so generous.
My deepest sympathy to Don and Lindsey.
Earth’s loss is Heaven’s gain. Praying for you at this time of loss.

Darlene Laughlin

March 31, 2021

Linda was my best friend in high school. We loved being together. I remember, in particular, that we sat next to each other in typing class. She was a terrible typist! The last time I saw her, at our 50th class reunion a couple years ago, I asked her about that. I wanted to know how she became such a fantastic nurse without being able to type. She laughed and laughed, and said she remembered it well. She said she had to take another typing class after graduation. I sure wish we would have stayed in touch more than we did after I moved to Florida.

She was the best friend a person could have, and I will love her and she will be in my heart forever. I miss you, my friend.

Darlene Laughlin

Lindsey Beacham

March 25, 2021

Linda bbeacham was my mother she was a wonderful mother.

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FROM THE FAMILY