OBITUARY

Clifford Neil Beatenbough Jr.

April 29, 1959November 2, 2019

Clifford Neil Beatenbough, Jr. passed away peacefully Friday, November 2, 2019.

He was 60 years old.

Mr. Beatenbough was the son of Mrs. Barbara Beatenbough and her husband, the late Clifford Neil Beatenbough, Sr. He is survived by his wife Deborah, and his daughters Ms. Christin Beatenbough, Ms. Nikki Beatenbough, and Ms. Stephanie Hughes. He is survived by his sisters Mrs. Brenda Henson (Ron) and Mrs. Sheryl Wright (Hanson), as well as several nieces and nephews.

Mr. Beatenbough graduated Fayetteville County High School and attended The University of West Georgia. He owned his own company BCI Construction.

Mr. Beatenbough, also known as Cliff or Chip by friends and family, enjoyed being with his family and friends, cheering on the Falcons, and relaxing on the beach in Key West.

There will be a private celebration of his life for friends and family on Wednesday, November 6th from 2-4pm at 2270 Holcomb Bridge Road, Roswell, GA 30076.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Memories

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Brenda Henson

November 6, 2019

Chip, there are so many loving, funny, warm memories I will always cherish of you, my baby brother. I'll always remember you trying to run into the back of my legs with your tricycle...and man, could you peddle that little trike! I remember when Mom went shopping with Maima, and the maid, Essie, was babysitting us. Essie warned me not to take you out of the playpen while she went outside for a quick "smoke", but I loved having a baby around so much, I didn't listen to Essie. I just wanted to play with you, so I picked you up out of the playpen, and the rest was history! I was having a great time making you laugh, but I turned my back for a minute, and you crawled over to where Essie had been ironing, pulled the cord of the iron, and it fell, landing on the palm of your little hand. I remember the huge blister that formed, keeping you from being able to close your little fingers. I cried, and cried, and finally decided that perhaps the best thing for me to do was run away before Mom got home. So while Essie was dressing your little hand , I packed my little doll case and then rode my bike to Maima's house. Thankfully, you were so young, the burn healed with no scar. I however, never forgot that, and grieved for many, many years!
I'll always remember your dry wit and sense of humor. I'll always hear you telling me "It's all good,Sis. It's all good." I will continue to feel your pat on my shoulder when you would call me "Mom", reminding me that you were old enough to make your own decisions, or telling me not to worry about you.
I have always loved you Chip. I will continue to love you forever. I know you are at peace now, and that you are with your best friend, Dad, once again. My heart is broken, but I find solace in knowing you are in the presence of our Heavenly Father. We will be together again, my sweet, sweet baby brother.

Genny Williams

November 6, 2019

Cliff, I remember you treating me and my mother for lunch at Peachtree City golf course a couple of times and riding golf carts like crazy through the woods. Thank you so much for those times man I love you . Good night. Rest In Peace.

SHERYL WRIGHT

November 5, 2019

I love you Chip! You are not only my baby brother but you have also been a best friend! As the years passed by, I remained your older sister but somehow you became the BIG brother....always protective! One of my earliest memories is looking out the picture window and watching mama and daddy carry you in from the hospital. From that moment on ....you became my baby! We had so many good times....I being somewhat a tomboy, we played baseball, climbed trees, built forts , catching lighten bugs and playing silly games like" red light" and "mother may I ". You were a very good, kind and humble man who loved his family very much. I will forever hear your famous words even when you were sick " It's all good darling..I love you" I miss you and I am so grateful to have had you in my life....my love always goes with you

Sheryl DeRosa

November 5, 2019

I met Chip in college. I haven't seen him in 35 years but will never forget a few words he said to me that forever changed my path. I am forever grateful to you Chip. My sympathy to your family. May you find comfort in one another.

Sepehr Saberian

November 5, 2019

Cliff,

I'm so happy I got to make a few memories with you in the time that I've known you. I will never forget these two: 1- The first time I met you, you looked at me and said "watch yourself" and then started smiling and to this day, I will not know if you were being serious or kidding. And 2- when we were at the Peachtree Road Race, watching people run and sweat and we were standing on the side debating what restaurant had the best cheeseburger. You are greatly missed and your memory will live on forever in our hearts.

Nicolette Beatenbough

November 5, 2019

Daddy,

I am so bless to have you as a father. I will never forget the memories made driving up to Florida in that red convertible with the top down the whole way or watching our favorite TV shows every night. You are missed so much. I love you daddy.

Roswell Funeral Home and Green Lawn Cemetery

November 5, 2019

The staff of Roswell Funeral Home and Green Lawn Cemetery would like to extend our most sincere condolence to the Beatenbough Family. We would like to thank you for entrusting the care of your love one into our hands. Please remember you are not alone and we will always be here for you.

Nikki Beatenbough

November 5, 2019

Daddy,

I am so blessed to have you as my father. I will never forget the memories we made driving down to Florida in that red convertible or the many nights we spent watching our favorite shows and laughing all night. I miss and love you so much.

Christin Beatenbough

November 5, 2019

I love and miss you daddy.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY