Edward Harrison Bean
November 11, 1931 – January 3, 2019
Bean, Ed 87 of Sevierville, TN passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 3, 2019 at Parkwest Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 61 years, Frances Geneva Bean. Ed is survived by children, Michael Bean and Cheryl Bean Pellegrini; grandchildren, Crystal Bradberry and Ansley Irvin; great grandchildren, Adam, Ben, Conner, J.T., and Andrew; sister, Dale Swimme. He served his country in the 3rd Infantry Division of the US Army and was a decorated Korean War Veteran. Ed was one of the legendary "Chosin Frozen." He retired from AT&T after 35 years of service working his way from being a cable splicer climbing telephone poles to a top level manager. Ed was known for his winning smile, sparkling blue eyes and being friendly, kind and courteous to everyone he met. He loved traveling and meeting people. Ed was loved by all that knew him and he will be deeply missed. Family will host a Celebration of Ed's Life, Sunday, January 6th from 1-4pm at 321 Saddleback Way Sevierville, TN 37862. Please contact Michael at 206-464-5599 for further details.
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Edward Harrison Bean
February 7, 2019
I just learned of Edward's death today after trying to call and finding that his phone had been disconnected. I met him after the death of his beloved wife and so enjoyed talking to him. Always loved to hear his sweet accent and never tired of hearing him speak of Frances. The world has lost a gem. I am so thankful I was able to meet him. I am so sad he is not a part of this world any longer, but I will never forget him.
January 14, 2019
I met Mr. Ed when he started coming in to ruby tuesdays. At first he didn't say much and one day he asked me to fix his salad without anything green and from then on we were best friends. he shared so many stories about his wife and well just everything. when he said he was moving I was sad but he promised he would be back until his house sold. I thought he had just been busy or hopefully enjoying his new place. I was so so sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed- the sweet little man with no green stuff in his salad and double cooked fries😢 it was a pleasure to have shard the past year getting to know him!
Allen and June Silver
January 4, 2019
Ed , as well as Frances, have been our good friends for many years. After Frances passed away , we have been in touch with Ed every week. To know Ed is to love him. He was such a kind and sweet person and we loved him and will miss him.