Joseph Parker Beeson

February 26, 1975December 4, 2010

Joseph Parker Beeson 35 Passed away in Jamestown on Saturday December 4, 2010. Born on February 26, 1975 in Davidson County to Robert Leon Beeson, Sr. and Jean Parker Beeson. Joey was a member of Midway Baptist Church in Jamestown where he loved to sing in the choir and attend other church social events. Graduated East Davidson High School in 1994 and employed with Adams Transportation.

Survived by his parents Robert L. Beeson, Sr. & Jean Beeson, brother Robert L. Beeson, Jr. and his wife Tammy of Archdale, sisters Rhonda Manus and husband Danny of Lexington, Robin Trotter of Ramsuer, grandmother Virginia Beeson of Thomasville, niece Chrystal Manus of Lexington, nephew Travis Trotter of Ramseur The family will receive friends on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from 6 to 8 pm at Thomasville Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held 12 pm on Wednesday, December 8 , 2010 at Thomasville Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Charles Munson officiating, followed by interment in Westfield Baptist Church Cemetery.


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, December 8, 2010
  • Visitation Tuesday, December 7, 2010

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Jennifer Hardin

February 16, 2011

Through all the years I knew you I never thought I'd have to go through this again....I will always remember you and the ways you changed my life. I Love you and Miss YOU.


January 30, 2011

Joey when you entered heavens gate I know the Lord said welcome home my child you should be proud of the life you led here on earth because you were so proud to be a Christian and you were not ashame of telling people about how God had richly blessed your life you will bei missed


December 15, 2010

Christy Garner, Powers

December 13, 2010

Joey, My friend from the time we were just little kids. I still remember you coming over and introducing yourself to me and my family when we moved into the neighborhood. You would always come to see me, even if it meant you had to stand outside my bedroom window to talk. You and I used to talk for hours. lol.. I was always so scared to ride on your dirt bike because if my moma found out, I would've been in a ton of trouble but you always talked me into going riding and we had so much fun (minus the mud) and you always got me back home in time so that I never got caught. haha..Even after I left home every time we saw one another you'd always hug me and tell me you loved me. You don't know how many people that I've ran into through the years that would say I saw Joey Beeson the other day and he said to tell you hey and call him sometime. You don't know how much I'm gonna miss that! You were one of my only truly dear friends that I could tell anything. You are one of a kind Mr. Joseph Parker Beeson! Thank you for always being my friend and looking out for me when we were young and when we got older. You and your family were always good to me and I've never forgotten it! I look forward to seeing you and your beautiful smile again one day. Jean and Mr. Beeson, I don't know what to say other than my heart breaks for you and your family. You raised one of the finest men that I've ever known! I love you my friend forever!!!

Mark and Tana Manring

December 9, 2010

We will never forget Joey's laugh and his big smile. He always made us laugh when we would have spend time with mutual friends. We are praying for you during this difficult time.

Kathy Fowler

December 9, 2010

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Robert,Jean and the family. Joey was an inspiration to alot of us and he will truly be missed.
Jay & Kathy Fowler

Tammy Hood

December 8, 2010

Joey you will be missed although it had been years since I had seen you last. Now you will have no more pain or sorrow in your life .. Jean and Bobby you are in our prayers during this time in your life. Tammy, James and Mary (Thomasville)

Heather Smith

December 8, 2010

Joey....I'm so honored to have known you. It has been a few years since we have seen each other but every time we would cross paths you were always cheerful no matter what life had handed to you. I remember my dad cooking steaks for you and your brother when you were bag boys at Cedar Lodge. I'm guessing that right about now you and my dad are having a perfectly grilled

My prayers are with your family during this difficult time. RIP Joey

Aimee Farlow

December 8, 2010

When we were in elementary school Joey would look over the seats at me and my sister Jana on the bus. In high school he always made sure Tracie and I made it home safe when I was a stupid teen. In adulthood Joey always made me laugh. His spirit was infectious. I will always remember that smile. He will be missed. Our prayers are with you.

Matt Sikes

December 8, 2010

Haven't seen you since high school, but i must say you made an impression then of a person full of life. You will be missed by many. RIP. Go with God my friend.