Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service

186 Shelton Shop Road, Stafford, VA


Robert Henry Beall Jr.

October 17, 1988January 11, 2020
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Robert Henry Beall Jr. 31 passed away January 11, 2020.

Robert is survived by his daughter, Rose Marie Beall; his loving mother, Sonja Lee Hall; his grandma, Edwine Elizabeth Henderson; his siblings; and lots of uncles, aunts and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his father, Robert Henry Beall Sr.; his grandma and grandpa Beall and his Gpa Henderson.

Robert enjoyed writing, music, gaming and asking his daughter often “how’s my prettiest girl in the world?”

He was taken from us way to soon. And he will be greatly missed.

Those who knew him, please remember him with lots of love and fond memories.

Online condolences may be made at Mullinsthompsonstafford.com

Roberts visitation will be held on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Mullins and Thompson Funeral Service, Stafford Chapel from 11:00am-12:00pm. His funeral Service will be held at 12:00pm with his burial following at Oak Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg, VA.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Burial Thursday, January 16, 2020


Robert Henry Beall Jr.

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Carolyn Beall

January 16, 2020

Junior, you were always hilarious. The times we spent together with Richard and Susan were always filled with laughing and fun. You knew how to turn even the saddest moment into a smile with your uninhibited goofiness and ease at being so carefree. You weren’t just that, though, you were kind hearted, perceptive, caring and sweet, all at such a young age. We all always looked forward to your visits, and until our next one,

rest easy ❤️. You will be greatly missed ❤️.

Joan Beall

January 16, 2020

Your mom and dad always brought you to visit Rich Jr, Carolyn and Susie. You loved to play with your cousins and you guys would have a lot of fun. You and Carolyn share the same birthday.


January 16, 2020

I remember just hanging out with you at the gas station while you worked late at night because we both would be bored, and then I would take you home and we would hang out. You always had my back no matter what was going on. You and me together would make anything fun and an adventure from driving to a game of UNO. Your smile and laugh is going to be deeply missed

Courtney Hoffman

January 15, 2020

I remember coming home from work on numerous days and Rob would already be at my house with Lil Kev, after they got off work from the car wash.
"What's up female, you got any chicken?" Would be Rob's first words as I walked through the door. As silly as Rob was, he was always serious about his chicken!
He really became part of the family with his after work hang outs and random pop ups. It was never a dull moment with Rob. He was always fun to be around. Even when he was grumpy or tired from work, he made light of every situation.
He was a good listener and a great friend.
Gone too soon, but he will be forever missed and always remembered.
Rest in Paradise Homie... hope you get all the chicken!

Caleb Acord

January 15, 2020

Rob always made me laugh. I wish i could see him one more time. He was tough as nails but had a humongous heart. I believe he truly wanted to be better and do better for himself and his family. He was a strong spirited person and always told it like it was. Rest easy brother.

Lisa Davis

January 15, 2020

I've known Rob since I was a preteen. I'm so heartbroken over this news. He has always inspired and encouraged me to always keep pushing. He was always there and made me laugh with his corny jokes. Always wanted those darn chicken nuggets!!! He was such a loyal friend. I was so excited that he was home. I just knew he was going to rock. I'm so hurt and I know everyone that knows him is in shocked. My condolences and prayers are with all his friends and family. Rest easy homie. Love you . You'll be missed so much.

Nissi Grimes

January 14, 2020

I have three memories I would like to share about me and Rob. Many of my favorite memories are of him as an very younger.

Rob was an early riser and I was a sleep deprived teenager lol. Rob was eager to play with me quite often. Rob did not have a lot of physical strength at this point in time of this story. However, he managed to pick up one of those heavy metal Tonka trucks and placed it on my head! Needless to say I was awake!

Secondly, I will never forget how he indirectly taught me how to rise to the challenge when my family needed me. Sonja needed surgery and I had to take care of him while going to school. Rob missed his momma and woke often. But we made it through that challenging week.

I am so thankful for the letter he gave me a couple years back. It was unsolicited and very heartfelt. It will never be forgotten.

Rob, give Daddy a hug for me. Until we meet again. I will always love you so very dearly.

Franz Tarr

January 13, 2020

Rob always treated me like I was a special person. He always reminded me I'm a smart guy when I was down on myself and always wanted to make sure I was smilin' not wylin'. If Shang Gri LA is real, I'll see you there rocking the hatchet man. One last WHOOP WHOOP for my ninja. RIP brethren :(

Sonja Hall

January 13, 2020

Thank you Cindy for being there for Robert (and me). I can hear him telling Rose all the time how is the prettiest girl in the world doing

Cynthia Kissenberger

January 13, 2020