OBITUARY

Lester Levern Beasley

October 31, 1936September 29, 2018
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Lester L Beasley, age 81, passed away Saturday, September 29, 2018. Preceded in death by parents, William Beasley and Carol Pietrzak; brothers, Lon Sayset, Milton Hollingshead. sons in law Bob Pattillo and Michael Julian.

Survived by loving wife of 41 years, Ruth A. Beasley, children, Leslie Patillo, Cathy (Mike Brown) Mayer, Rhonda Julian, Traci (Mark) Canestrale, Steve (Jennifer) Darras, Melissa (Steven) Capasso, Kellie (Brian Zirngibl) Beasley; grandchildren, Gavin, Zoe, Chad , Bret , Troy , Debbie, Joe, Sam, Angelina, Anthony, Zachary, Lauren, Nickole, Michael, Madison, Reilly, Terah, Austin, Nikolai, Lexi, Connor, Kayla, Stevie, Kyle; 8 great grandchildren and a host of family and friends.

Les was a wonderful husband, father, granddaddy and friend, It did not matter were we went he never met a stranger. His love for family ran deep, he tried to attend every game and outing for his children and grandchildren, these wonderful memories will be cherished close to their hearts. His laughter would fill any room and his smile would light the path for his family. He will truly be missed by all.

Les retired from Consolidated Freight Ways after 37 years service. Les served our nation in the United States Army. Les was a member of VFW 5220, American Legion Post 88, Knight of Columbus. His passion for Chicago ran deep growing up there and living many years, He loved rooting on his favorite teams Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs.

Gathering of family and friends Thursday, October 4, 2018 2pm until 8pm at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home and Friday 9 am till time of service. Funeral Service Friday, October 5th 11 AM at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery. Pallbearers, Joe Julian, Sam Julian, Anthony Julian, Chad Patillo,Bret Patillo, Troy Patillo, Gavin Lee,and Michael Canestrale.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Joe Julian
  • Sam Julian
  • Anthony Julian
  • Chad Patillo
  • Bret Patillo
  • Troy Patillo
  • Gavin Lee
  • Michael Canestrale

Services

  • Gathering family & friends Thursday, October 4, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, October 5, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lester Levern Beasley

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Stacy Whitson

October 2, 2018

For as long as I can remember there has always been my Aunt Ruthie and Uncle Les. Loved our time at the lake and we moved our boat to the same dock and a slip across from them on purpose. Uncle Les caught the biggest catfish in the Beasley-Whitson cove and he just beamed!!! We have always loved our time with them and I will miss him so much. Love is love and family was family to him and he enjoyed his entire family and we in turn are forever grateful for having him in our lives.

I will see you on the other side Uncle Les! All of us will stay close and strong just like you would want us to do!

Love you and miss you forever!
Stacy and Kevin

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Biography

Lester L Beasley, age 81, passed away Saturday, September 29, 2018.
Preceded in death by parents, William Beasley and Carol Pietrzak; brothers, Lon Sayset, Milton Hollingshead. sons in law Bob Pattillo and Michael Julian.

Survived by loving wife of 41 years, Ruth A. Beasley, children, Leslie Patillo, Cathy (Mike Brown) Mayer, Rhonda Julian, Traci (Mark) Canestrale, Steve (Jennifer) Darras, Melissa (Steven) Capasso, Kellie (Brian Zirngibl) Beasley; grandchildren, Gavin, Zoe, Chad , Bret , Troy , Debbie, Joe, Sam, Angelina, Anthony, Zachary, Lauren, Nickole, Michael, Madison, Reilly, Terah, Austin, Nikolai, Lexi, Connor, Kayla, Stevie, Kyle; 8 great grandchildren and a host of family and friends.

Les was a wonderful husband, father, granddaddy and friend, It did not matter were we went he never met a stranger. His love for family ran deep, he tried to attend every game and outing for his children and grandchildren, these wonderful memories will be cherished close to their hearts. His laughter would fill any room and his smile would light the path for his family. He will truly be missed by all.

Les retired from Consolidated Freight Ways after 37 years service. Les served our nation in the United States Army. Les was a member of VFW 5220, American Legion Post 88, Knight of Columbus. His passion for Chicago ran deep growing up there and living many years, He loved rooting on his favorite teams Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs.


Gathering of family and friends Thursday, October 4, 2018 2pm until 8pm at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home and Friday 9 am till time of service.
Funeral Service Friday, October 5th 11 AM at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Middle Tennessee Veterans Cemetery.
Pallbearers, Joe Julian, Sam Julian, Anthony Julian, Chad Patillo,Bret Patillo, Troy Patillo, Gavin Lee,and Michael Canestrale.