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Roxanne Beahan

Roxanne J. Beahan

Tuesday, October 15th, 1957 - Friday, June 4th, 2021
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Roxanne J Beahan 63, died June 4th with her family by her side in Estero, Fl. She was born October 15th, 1957 in Chicago, Illinois to Bob and Pat Crow. She attended Elk Grove High School where she met her high school sweetheart George Beahan. They were married on March 11th, 1978. Roxanne attended Harper College in Palatine, Illinois graduating with an associate's degree in early childhood education. She managed a daycare facility in Schaumburg Illinois and later taught special needs children at Howard B Thomas elementary school in Burlington, Illinois. An avid pet lover, Roxanne started her own pet sitting service after moving to Bonita Springs.

She loved traveling, scrapbooking and cake decorating. Roxanne filled her home with beauty especially during the holidays. At Christmas every room would have its own tree including her favorite which was adorned with dozens of teddies. She loved the Lord and wanted to display it publicly so even though her body had been weakened by years of battling cancer she courageously waded into the Gulf of Mexico to be baptized. She was selflessly devoted to her family and brought much love and joy to their lives. Roxanne is survived by her husband of 43 years George, her son Jeremy and his wife Jennifer, her daughter Rachel, her sister Roberta and brother-in-law Matt and their daughter Samantha.

Friends and family are invited to a memorial service honoring Roxanne’s life on Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 1pm at Integrity Church at 10421 Pennsylvania Ave, Bonita Springs, FL 34135. For friends and family unable to attend, the memorial service will be recorded and a second memorial service will be held in Illinois at a later date.

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    Saturday, June 12th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, June 12th, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    Integrity Church
    Address
    10421 Pennsylvania Ave
    BONITA SPRINGS, FL 34135
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    Notes
    For friends and family unable to attend, the memorial service will be recorded and a second memorial service will be held in Illinois at a later date.

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Ter’e Lindsay

Posted at 02:22pm
We met Roxy the summer of 2002 at a Crow Family reunion. I was enthralled that her parents were Bob and Pat Crow and my parents were also named Bob and Pat Crow. Two Bob’s and two Pat’s. Roxy and I hit it off immediately and our families have been friends(and cousins) ever since. Roxy was just a genuine friend, wife, mother, sister - that everyone hopes to meet in their lifetime. David and I send our most sincere sympathies to all the family. We have lost a beautiful soul. She is finally at peace……tho, way too soon. Ter’e and David Lindsay - Kansas City, Missouri
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maureen iroisS

Posted at 10:15am
So sorry for your loss, she seemed like a beautiful person. If you ever need anything please reach out.With love and prayers, Maureen & Sirois family
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Kim Billings

Posted at 01:40pm
George, Rachel & Jeremy,

My deepest condolences to you and your families. Although I never met Roxanne face to face, I remember conversations we did have via phone. I felt the sweetness in her voice and great love for her family. I was grateful for the opportunity to meet Rachel and felt God's presence in our midst during that difficult time. Fast forward and I learned about Roxanne's cancer. I immediately sent out a prayer request to all my prayer warriors in Chicago. God's grace and goodness was shone and I was so happy to hear that she was recovering in beautiful Florida and life with her family was good. George and I became facebook friends and I enjoyed the conversations concerning politics, our culture and Jesus (not in that order). Then I received a message that Roxy's cancer came back and my heart hurt for her and her family. George told me she's a fighter and she fought with such grace and strength. Once again I would storm the gates of heaven on her behalf. God answered once more, he wanted her home to see all the glory of heaven and I have no doubt she heard " well done good and faithful servant" come on in. No, I never met Roxy face to face but it felt like we were 2 kindred spirits just miles apart. 2 moms who experienced a child's struggle and 2 women who love the Lord with all our hearts soul mind and strength. May God bring comfort and peace to your hearts on your great loss. May God bring you strength to carry you thru the days to come and May you always feel the abundant love of our Lord Jesus to continue your life's journey where Roxy left off. My prayers, thoughts and love to you all. God bless you! Kim
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Fridge

Posted at 10:17am
Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... My thoughts are with you and your family.
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Carol Gamboa

Posted at 09:24am
We are celebrating with you all the lives Roxy touched while on this earth, and know she is now reveling in her new heavenly home!
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