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Leonard Louis Beasley

September 12, 1944 ~ December 10, 2018 (age 74)

Leonard (L. Louis) Beasley was born in Chandler, TX on September 12, 1944 to the parents of Chester and Nola Beasley. He was born into a strong Christian family and accepted Christ into his life as a young child. He was the 4th child of 5 siblings.

L. Louis attended elementary and middle school in Chandler, TX and was a graduate of Fisher High School in Athens, TX class of 1961, and later attended Butler College in Tyler, TX.

He worked for Sun Electric in Dallas,TX and later started his own company as an Electrician. Later he worked for O’Reilly’s where he retired in 2014.

L. Louis will forever be known for his loving and giving spirit. He was a very quiet and kind man that once you got to know him you would have a friend for life. In his spare time he would go fishing or anything that would allow him to enjoy being outdoors. If you came to visit him you would often find him sitting in his favorite chair watching his favorite western shows or football.

Most of all he loved spending time with his lovely longtime companion Doris who was right beside him when the Lord called him home. Nothing meant more to him than his family, they were the dearest thing to his heart.

L. Louis departed this earthly life on December 10, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents Chester and Nola Beasley, Brother Lonnie Beasley and Sister Barbara Stubblefield.

L. Louis leaves to cherish his memories: 3 sons Anthony Beasley (Hilery); Marquis Warf and Brandon Caldwell, his Loving companion Doris Woodson; Brother Rev. Willie C. Beasley (Rosie Faye); sister Ruby Smith; 2 step daughters Sandy Love, Milissa Beasley; 3 bonus daughter

Shunkeyta Matts; Tamica Owoniyi; Kiestia Woodson; 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren; Special cousin/brother Melvin Wallace. Host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that loved him dearly.

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

Proverbs 3:5-6

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