Bowman Andrew Urech

August 5, 1958May 6, 2019

Bowman (Beau) Andrew Urech of Plano, a devoted family man, died on May 6th at the age of 60 in an auto accident. Beau is survived by the love of his life Misty Urech, wife of 15 years and his quadruplet daughters, River, Rayne, Julianne and Skye age 12. Beau was born in to Herman and Jane Urech and raised in Houston, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin where he earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering. He earned is MBA from Southern Methodist University. Beau worked for Lone Star Steel for 27 years and moved to Tubular Synergy Group in 2008.

The memorial service will be held at Grace Presbyterian Church, 4300 W Park Blvd, Plano TX at 1pm on May 23rd. Tubular Synergy Group is hosting a reception from 2:30-4:30 at the Dallas Country Club 4155 Mockingbird Ln, Dallas TX. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a college fund for his girls at


  • Herman and Jane Urech, Parents
  • Misty Urech, Wife
  • River Urech, Daughter
  • Rayne Urech, Daughter
  • Julianne Urech, Daughter
  • Skye Urech, Daughter


23 May

Memorial Service

1:00 pm

Grace Presbyterian Church

4300 W Park Blvd
Plano, Texas

23 May


2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Dallas Country Club

4155 Mockingbird Ln
Dallas, Texas


Bowman Andrew Urech

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Ron Welling

May 15, 2019

Beau will never be forgotten. An incredible human being, ready and willing to help those of us who sought his help so many times in the industry he loved. And to those who worked with Beau and treasured him as both a friend and a giant in the industry he will forever be irreplaceable. I know you miss him beyond words.

To his loving wife and daughters - Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache. But those who care and share your loss wish you comfort and peace of mind.

Bruce Urband

May 15, 2019

It is with great sorrow we lose such a good man so soon. Our family mourns the loss and continues to pray for Bo's family.

Rusty Fisher

May 14, 2019

Beau Urech was a tremendous person. He was honest, hard working, technically brilliant, and dependable. He was a fantastic engineer, always coming up with new ideas. At the same time he could be extremely funny as some of the greatest laughs I have had were with Beau Urech. I worked for many years with Beau at Lone Steel Steel and at Tubular Synergy. We traveled the world together numerous times. I was thankful that he found love with Misty and had the daughters as they and Misty meant everything to him. I was saddened upon hearing the news and will really miss Beau. My prayers are with his family.
Rest in Peace Old Friend.

Donna Fink

May 13, 2019

One of my fondest memories of Beau was the day I officiated at his marriage to Misty. Misty is a dear friend and I was honored to be asked to join them in marriage. Beau was filled with so much love it just shone from his entire being. The two of them together filled your heart with so much joy. He was a great husband and adored Dad to his four girls. Jeff and I are so sad for his passing. Sending so much love to Beau's girls. Rest peacefully dear one.

Donna and Jeff Fink

Bob Hinz

May 13, 2019

I'll miss this great friend. So often I was in awe of his brilliant mind, but his quick wit and laugh is what I'll miss most. He could make me laugh so hard!

Bruce Bradley

May 13, 2019

I have had the pleasure of knowing Beau for some years through working with API and other industry affiliations. He contributed greatly to our industry and will be greatly missed. Our condolences and prayers are extended to his family and friends.

Bruce Bradley

Dave Smith

May 13, 2019

I am at a loss for words that seem sufficient. Beau was such a unique person, and I treasure his friendship. We worked together for many years at LSS. Last summer my wife and I had lunch with Beau, Misty, and the girls. We had a great time reminiscing and talking about the future. Kay and I are truly heartbroken....Our prayers are with Misty and the girls.

Dave and Kay

John Frick

May 12, 2019

Beau was a renaissance man. An exquisite intellect both professionally and socially. He was a co-worker, a customer, and a supplier and always acted with honor and concern for doing the right thing. The industry has lost one of it’s best. He will be missed

Phil Miller

May 11, 2019

It has been my honor and privilege to have known Beau Urech for his entire professional career. We worked together and competed against each other. He was a fine man. He will be missed. I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with his beloved wife and daughters.
Rest In Peace, my friend
Phil Miller

Steve Fowler

May 10, 2019

Beau was such a special person in so, so many ways. The industry has lost a truly irreplaceable icon. While we are heartbroken over the loss, we have many fond memories of our friend and coworker, Beau. From his playing Batman for our boys when they were small kids to many trips with Beau around the world, so many treasured memories of Beau come rushing back during this sad time.
We remain in prayer for Misty and the quads. May Beau Rest In Peace.
Karen and Steve Fowler