October 4, 1972 ~ December 7, 2014

Born in: Hollywood, Florida,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Brian Edward Beavers, 42, died suddenly at Mission Hospital on Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 2:15 pm. Brian was born in Hollywood, Florida to Ted and Fronie Clarkson Beavers of Palm Coast, Florida. He was a master certified mechanic at Four Seasons Ford in Hendersonville. His family was precious to him. He called his mom everyday and was best friends with his son, Jackson, age 11. Brian was a motorcycle enthusiast, had a love for all kinds of music, and was a talented artist and an incredible friend. He never met a stranger and he made every woman feel like they were the most beautiful woman in the room. He loved the outdoors and above all, loved his family. He will certainly be missed by all who knew him. Brian is survived by his son, Jackson Beavers; parents, Fronie and Ted Beavers; a sister, Cindy Corrente and her husband, Tim of Fort Lauderdale, Fl. and their children, Megan and Emily Corrente; a brother, Daniel Beavers of Deerfield Beach, Fl. and many close friends. A memorial service will held Saturday, December 13, 2014 at Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian, 72 Long Shoals Road, Arden, NC 28704 at 4:00 pm with ordained Minister Paul Hoce officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sophronia or Francis Beavers for Jackson Beavers Trust Account, 54 Edith Pope Drive, Palm Coast, Florida 32164.

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  1. There are no words to express our sorrow. Our hearts are broken. Brian brought joy and laughter to so many.There was rarely a time when he did not have a smile on his face and his laugh was contagious. We were blessed to have him as part of our family and have many precious memories. He gave us all a very special gift…his beloved son Jackson. Jackson is a miniature Brian. The same energy, laugh and smile. The same sense of humor. The two of them were inseparable and more than father and son…best friends. A part of Brian will live on through his precious son.

    Ted, Fronie, Cindy and Daniel: thank you for having shared your beautiful son and brother with us and for being part of our family. We love you all very much and we know that your grief is much heavier than ours. We are so very sorry for this tragic loss. You are in our thoughts constantly and our tearful prayers.

    We know that soon we have the hope of seeing Brian’s smiling face again. Until then, may Jehovah the God of all comfort give you the strength to bear the unbearable by means of his holy spirit.

    ‘I will fortify you, yes, I will help you,
    I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.’ Isaiah 41:10

    Mario, Joanne, Laila and Heri Rentas

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  2. We are so sorry to learn of your deep loss. Please know that Jehovah can and will sustain you until you are reunited again in a beautiful paradise.
    Gabi Weiss

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  3. When we face situations as these, words fall too short of consolation.
    Nothing can mitigate the pain or sorrow. Yet, for most of us, that is all we
    have in these times that wrench our hearts. So, with words unutterable, it is
    our prayer that this wonderful family can experience what a Psalmist wrote regarding Jehovah God: “When anxieties overwhelmed me, You comforted and soothed me.” [“When anxieties became many inside of me, Your consolations soothed my soul.” ‒? Footnotes] ‒? Psalm 94:19

    Brian will always be fondly remembered, which is more easily done because a picture of a Bull Rider he made for me has been in my study so many years. Brian, you will remain with us in our hearts, until we meet again.

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  4. Such sadness. Brian was such a wonderful man. Caring, thoughtful, sweet. My heart mourns for his family, friends and is amazing girlfriend of 3 years, Rebecca Ferguson. They were a perfect match. We had great cookouts, dinners, movies. So much fun. He is missed terribly. Jack is a great kid. Brian and Midalia did a great job with him. It breaks my heart that Jack has lost his father. I am thinking of you Becca, and family. I hope this scar on your heart will heal in time. I miss you Brian, we all do. With Love always, Rachel, Luke, August and Grace

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  5. To the family of Brian Edward Beaver As I read through Brian’s obituary, he really love life and people . It is sad to loose a love one to death so suddenly. There will come a time that death will be no more as quoted in the scriptures at Revelations 21:3,4 .May the memories of your loved one strengthen you as the days’s progress toward the soon to be realized resurrection. Pease accept my condolences, Catherine Wright

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  6. To the family of Brian, I read of the passing of your loved one and send my condolences. I didn’t know Brian but just reading his obituary I could tell he was a wonderful person whom I felt like I already knew. I know there are no words to ease the pain of losing such a wonderful person, but know that other care. Our Heavenly Father knows your pain. One of the reasons he sent his only begotten son into the world is so that we can have hope for our dead loved ones. Jesus said at John 11:25, ‘ I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life.’ As you reflect on this promise I pray that it brings you comfort.

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  7. To Ted, Fronie and the Entire family,
    We send our deepest sympathies and love to you. In the recent past we were able to get re-acquainted with Brian and our conversations were filled with laughter, his love for his family, and Jehovah. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

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  8. Knowing and loving Brian was a gift. His enthusiasm and fun-loving outlook was a blessing to us. Our memories with Brian will be treasured. Thankful that he was a brother to us, a son to my parents, and a father to Jackson. This hurt is devastating. For Ted, Fronie, Dan, and Cindy – thank you for sharing your Brian with us. Thank you for raising such a joyful son. He was so kind and good to everyone. Our memories of Brian will always be cherished. We love you all – Rosie – Dan- Connor- Tsini McCoy

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  9. I ran into Brian not long ago on his lunch break at montes subs. We talked about getting together soon for wing night so my boys could play with Jack (who they think is the coolest kid around 😒?) and my husband Adam and Brian could talk about jeeps and guitars. I’m so sad now that we never got around that wing night. He was such a joy to hangout with. I have never seen a father and son pair so close. I’m so glad I had a chance to know him. My heart breaks for his son and his family. I hope the your memories with him bring you comfort as well as our hope for the near future.

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  10. Ted Fronie Cindy and Datniel, we have been absolutely shattered and devastated when we found out about Brian. I can’t even express to you the feelings that we had
    about him, even though it’s been years since we’ve seen or spoken with him, our memories of him will last forever. we always had so much fun and got along like brother and sister he always made me laugh and I’ll always remember that. He was truly a very special person and we hope you know that our thoughts are with you. William, Lynn Marie, William Jr and Nicholas Parker

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  11. Ted and Fronie, Cindy, Daniel and family
    Words cannot express the way we feel, and even though
    we could not be with you at this time please know that our hearts are with you we are thinking and praying for you. We know Jehovah will keep you strong and he will be right there holding your right hand and carrying you through and we will all be there to greet Brian with hugs and tears of joy in the paradise that Jehovah has promised and we know his promises will all come true. We love you
    Kathy and Gerard

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