Ronald W. Beeman

Ronald W. Beeman

Ronald W. Beeman


                Ronald W. Beeman, age 73, died Friday, August 2, 2019, at Helen Porter Nursing Home.

                Ron was born in Ticonderoga, NY on July 10, 1946.  He was the son of Walter and Freida (Jabot) Beeman.  He grew up in Orwell, VT where he received his early education.  He worked as a supervisor at Simmonds Precision in Vergennes, VT for his first career position.  He then worked in landscaping both in Vermont and Florida for many years. He retired from his last position as electronics technician at Senix Corporation in Hinesburg, VT.

                On September 28, 2000, he married Patricia A. (Misha) Gluck.  They made their home in Monkton, VT where they shared their love of nature. There they welcomed many friends and family throughout the years who grew to know and love the kind and gentle man that he was.

 He will be missed by all who were blessed to be called his friend.

                Surviving are his wife Misha of Monkton; his brother Charles and his wife Diane of Palm Coast, FL; an aunt, Joyce (Ellis) Mattison of Gansevoort, NY; three uncles; Chester Brileya of Rutland, Jack (Rayne) of West Rutland, and Robert (Wanda Mills) of Winter Haven, FL. He is also survived by nieces and nephews Shawn Beeman, John (Amy) Beeman, Jason Beeman, Neal Gosselin, and Rachael Gosselin and great nieces and nephews Kirsten Gosselin, Emily Gosselin, Chase Delorme, and Rowan Beeman. Many cousins also survive. He was predeceased by his father Walter, mother Freida,, and by siblings John Beeman, Gary Beeman, Amy Gosselin, and Carroll Beeman.

                 A memorial will be held at a future date. To send online condolences to his family please visit

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Bruce Rose

Pat – Mine and Diana’s condolences on the passing of Ron. I always enjoyed talking to Ron, a man of many interests with knowledge of those interests. Great photo of Ron with the rock/ledge garden behind.
Our love.
Bruce & Diana

Judith (Atwood) Quesnel

I am saddened to hear of Ron’s passing. I have not seen him in a few years but remember always his gentle and kind disposition and devotion to Aunt Freida. I also was not aware of her passing until seeing this article. My sincere condolences for her loss as well.

Craig Kolk

Ron will be greatly missed. He was such a good friend, so helpful, smart and could fix anything.
As well as being so talented.

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