OBITUARY

Matthew Robert Beam

October 8, 1984July 18, 2021

Matthew Robert Beam, beloved son, brother, nephew, uncle, grandson and friend, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday July 18, 2021 in Denver, CO. He was born October 8, 1984 in Attleboro, MA to Michael and Carolyn Beam. While having lived in Massachusetts, Texas and New York, he spent most of his life in Colorado.

Matt was loved by all who knew him, his smile would light up a room and his laugh was infectious. He never met a stranger and was always there to lend a helping hand. He was a talented athlete who loved all sports, but his passions were snowboarding, golf and especially baseball.

He loved his family dearly. He is survived by his parents, Michael and Carolyn, brothers Stephen (Emily) and Timothy, uncles Dave Meister and Bob Beam, cousins Jessica Renko (Mark) and Robert Meister, Grandmother Joan Meister and nephews Damion Bucenec and Parker Beam.

Genuinely kind-hearted, Matt was a selfless soul who put the wellbeing and happiness of others before his own. He had a positive impact on all who knew him and will be greatly missed, but forever in our hearts.

Family respectfully requests no flowers be sent.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Monday, July 26, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Gathering

    Monday, July 26, 2021

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Perry Swan

July 27, 2021

I’m so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family 🙏

Ashley DeVriendt

July 26, 2021

I worked with Matt at Lewan, he was in my training class and was always one of my favorite coworkers. That smile is something I will always remember. He was so kind, charismatic and an overall amazing human being! I know he loved his family as they came up in our conversations. I cannot imagine the pain you are feeling, but please know you raised a really good man. Sending prayers and light your way.

Nancy Kidd

July 24, 2021

We are FAM-I-LY

Rachel Nowak

July 22, 2021

Matty was the big brother I never had. We started as co-workers and quickly became the greatest friends (mainly because he liked to boss me around and I needed the tough love). Throwing stuff across the cubicles walls at me while we were trying to make dials and lunch plans daily. Matt was the first to pick up, would listen until I was done and always had the most genuine advice and support for me. He was there for me on my hardest days.

Our last year at Lewan we both earned trips to Vegas and Tuscan. Memories I will cherish forever, like off roading through the desert to our President Club dinner. You were always there.

I would give anything to see “Matty B” pop up on my phone screen one more time.

Heaven needed you more than we did. Only the good die young ♥️

Jen Kelly

July 21, 2021

Matt and I worked together at a copier company. You can imagine that the job wasn't that exciting but Matt made it really fun with his sense of humor and love for selling. Hearing his laugh in the office was the best and he had a smile that could light up the room. He and I would do quotes from the movie Step Brothers (are you saying "Pan" or "Pam"). He was very determined, competitive, great at selling, (he said he learned a lot about selling from his dad) and the customers loved him.

Matt Beam had a huge heart and will be greatly missed. Bye for now Matt.

My sincere condolences to Matt's family.

Shay Blessing

July 20, 2021

I remember going to a Rockies game with the Beams. A fan sitting next to Matt offered us $100 if we could get the crowd to do the wave all the way around the stadium. After trying for a while, Matt spotted the guys in the Rock Pile with their chests painted. We ran up to them and offered them $50 to get the wave started. They went to the front of the rock pile and sure enough, they got the whole thing going! We were so excited when we returned to our seats to collect our $100!! The guy told us he didn’t see it and never paid us, so Matt and I spent the rest of the game hiding from the painted chest dudes who wanted their $50.
Rest In Peace Matt

Shay Blessing

July 20, 2021

I remember going to a Rockies game with the Beams. A fan sitting next to Matt offered us $100 if we could get the crowd to do the wave all the way around the stadium. After trying for a while, Matt spotted the guys in the Rock Pile with their chests painted. We ran up to them and offered them $50 to get the wave started. They went to the front of the rock pile and sure enough, they got the whole thing going! We were so excited when we returned to our seats to collect our $100!! The guy told us he didn’t see it and never paid us, so Matt and I spent the rest of the game hiding from the painted chest dudes who wanted their $50.
Rest In Peace Matt

Rae Laser

July 20, 2021

I worked with Matt and when I first met him I proposed marriage. You see I always wanted to be Rae Laserbeam (my last name is Laser). Matt's face was priceless and once he realized I was joking we became friends. We worked a big account in Golden together and we'd walk in and the customer would shout Laser-Beam. Matt was a good friend who always asked the next level thoughtful questions. I'm very sad to hear this news and wished we'd stayed in contact after working together.

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