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Mr. Tyrone Beamon

Mr. Tyrone Beamon

Saturday, January 4th, 2020
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  • Visitation

    Friday, January 10th, 2020 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    When
    Friday, January 10th, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
    Location
    Serenity Memorial Funeral and Cremation Service
    Address
    1905 Union Blvd.
    St. Louis, MO
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Katie Call

Posted at 09:30pm
My condolences to the Family. Ty was very special and will sorely be missed. I remember laughing with Ty at Interface. He really made coming in fun.
RG

Rachel Gholson

Posted at 02:01pm
There are no words, but so many memories and so much emotion. Mother Nature echoed the emotions of all of us who lost you the day we gathered in your memory. The 3 hour "old lady drive" (Keep chuckling!) in on that well memorized 44 took nearly 5 because the skies were crying so hard. As we hit city streets everything lifted, it was almost as if you'd found the person at the switch above at just the right time.

I will remember flying in a car to Columbia to get a book I needed for grad school over break or to Scott AFB or to home completely trusting the driver and will cherish hundreds of teenage and college nights ending at a White Castle lot where the musketeers talked life, dating and cars....hug bear hugs every time we met, your infectious teasing grin and ever ready mental encyclopedia of jokes and stories. And of course, I will never forget your kindness at age 13 which began an irreplaceable friendship.

At 13 a shy, somewhat timid girl newly returned to public school asked during band class if she could walk home near your group of friends because some guys had been bugging her. You paused --as you would when thinking-- and then told me where to be after school so I could. You never asked details. You showed at the designated spot that after noon and I walked 4 feet behind with a girl friend for awhile, then alone until your turn off --one street before mine at Gardner Lane--where you turned the corner with your group and I knew I was alone in the area where I had been harassed before and that guy was behind us with his pals. But as I was crossing the street and leaving you all behind, you slowed your group of guys and made a point of saying, "See you tomorrow, Rachel." with a half wave. There was never again trouble whether I walked alone or not in the neighborhood after that. But that was because of you, everyone recognized your depth of integrity and everyone seemed to respect you for it. (I, certainly, recognized it that day.) Your service showed that respect as well as the thing that made so many of your friendships so special was in evidence every where one looked.

Remember the night in high school the 3 musketeers talked and talked about life changing in Senior year of HS and about people changing and more importantly talking about who we wanted to be and how we defined friendship. We wanted to meet each individual as an individual,not be blinded by preconceived notions, rumors, or stereotypes, we wanted to learn about the world's cultures, people, unknowns (tech, history, etc.) and friendship was always having each other's backs. As I read the comments here and as I sat in the memorial, I saw in person what you have shared in our phone chats: great diversity in people and interests, integrity and friendships based in your own interests, integrity and great caring for individuals. You have left a great loss in us all, but more importantly my friend you have left a tsunami of people who are carrying that level of integrity and friendship forward into the world. I can think of no greater gift one could leave this troubled world than this living legacy.

Ty (Smurf, Tyrone) we have a lifetime of shared memories and long chats that have been on an endless replay looping right down to the last short grouping of texts where you talked of going home from the hospital and adopting a kitten. The next critter I add to my menagerie of furry critters will meet the specs of the kitten you were thinking of and be a rescue as you desired. Meanwhile I will donate to C.A.R.E. so the kitten you were going to save will find its home! Much love my dear friend. Thank you for ever being there, for always having my back. cherishing our friendship, and for forever being you. And If I talk aloud too much or too long in the future to you...just nudge your new heavenly friend at the rain button and chuckle --with me-- as the the rain hits...cause I'll know it's you.

Darwin Clark Jr.

Posted at 10:36am
Tyrone,
This Morning is as difficult as one could be. Those who love you are gathering to say goodbye to your physical form, however you are immortalized in our memories. From my very first day at Interface you took me under your wing. Our friendship grew into becoming family. I saw you as a beloved Uncle, no different from those who I was born to. I will miss the cooking lessons, and life advise. I promise that I will continue to make you proud.

We will meet again,
Darwin, and everyone who love you!
RV

Randy Vinson

Posted at 09:06pm
Tyrone, ("my brother from another mother" as you always said,)
I remember the day I met you at SLU Hospital, we hit it off, it was just natural.
So many things in common, we both loved technology, (even making those we worked with want to upgrade "the tunes in their vehicle"
We talked travel, Cooking/grilling/sharing your skills, finding "a good spot" to eat, didn't matter if it was fancy, a hole in the wall place would do, but it had to have the lil' something special!
As the years flew by we had literally hours of conversations about tech, building computers/media boxes and all manner of tech most would just shake their heads at.
These conversations would often last all night, via phone (while someone stole his car from in front of the hospital!) or conversations at one of our houses!
We also had other things in common, fast cars, music, heck we are both June babies our birthdays only a few days apart, and one year difference, but us "Gemini's" stuck together!
We would share stories about our "Old man" aches and pains. Many guys our age would drink booze, but we had decided that wasn't for us, why? We said it often "Because it caused old guys like us to have joint pain!"
Sarcasm/Satire are something we definitely share, in many situations, we would just look at each other roll our eyes and shake our head laughing hysterically!

Anyone who knew him, knew that Ty got quiet at times. We had a mutual understanding when that was the case, we both had some challenging things we were dealing with. We would get through it and pick up right where we left off, never missing a beat! Tyrone has been a great friend and brother. His mind without a doubt an encyclopedia ,especially all things WWII and any model of plane you would ever wish to know about, and many other things!
For me I will choose to believe he is not gone, just transitioned as his spirit lives on in our hearts and minds, and any given situation I encounter.
I and the world are a better because of Tyrone, I am honored to call him my friend.
BF

Brittney Franks

Posted at 11:32am
I remember starting with Interface Systems and seeing you for the first time, we looked at each other and it wasn't pleasant, you seemed intimidating LOL. From there we just didn't along, you would always tell me you saw things in me and had more potential then what I believed in myself, but I wasn't hearing or oblivious to it, its obvious that you believed in me and saw my potential right off even though you barely knew me at the time, I had so much going on in my marriage and family I wasn't thinking about it. One day you called me over and we walked to one of the conference rooms, we took our badges off and just talked about everything, you was blunt and said things to me straight down the line, honest and I expect that from people. You made me pull out things about myself I didn't know were there and identified my capabilities. You helped me build my confidence not just with my job, but applying it to everyday life as well. You became that cool uncle or "UNC" that I never had. You allowed me to talk to you about anything and even gave me your phone number. It takes me awhile, a very long time to open up to people even though it may seem like I'm out going at first, you said that to me one time, hit the nail right on the head!!! The last conversation I had with you was not to long after I transferred to another department, I told you about me leaving my husband at the time, you said, "I told you can do it and its more to you than what you were doing......you deserve a better anyway and he didn't deserve your warm and kind heart," we had then just lost touch, but I still thought about you a lot and was grateful to have someone come into my life regardless on how long and see me for being a good person, like you were an angel in your own way. When I heard the news, I went a whole day thinking about it, but then when I got home in the bed that night I just cried. I'm going to miss you, you were a great man, motivator, thank you for pushing me, thank you for being "UNC" and thank you for being a mentor.
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