Obituary for James Beigh


James Beigh

James William Beigh (Bill) age 61, passed away on Saturday July 30th, 2011 in Parkview Hospital, Ft. Wayne, IN. Bill was born August 26th, 1949 in Kosciusko County, child of Eugene C. and Anna Mae (Evans) Beigh, living here all of his life and working for the City of Warsaw Street Department for 30 years.
Bill’s favorite place to eat and hang out was the famous Breading’s Cigar Store and was a Lunch Club member.
Many times Bill could be found at the Creighton’s Flying Field with his kites and remote control airplanes as a member of the Warsaw Aero Modelers. Bill was also a member and Safety Officer of the Academy of Modelaeronautics, Muncie Indiana. During the High School sports season, he loved to go to the Warsaw High School for basketball games.
Survivors include two sisters and two brothers, Doris Ann Slaymaker of Warsaw, Robert (Mary Lou) Beigh of Finley Ohio, Rosalie (James) Bonine of Culver Indiana, Benny (Amparo) Beigh of Orlando Florida. Proceeded in death by his parents.
Calling will be at the McHatton Sadler Funeral Chapel Warsaw from 4:00 to 8:00 pm Tuesday August 2nd, Funeral services on Wednesday at 1:00 pm, with burial at the Oakwood Cemetery, with funeral services officiated by Richard Terry of North Manchester.
Memorials to the Warsaw Areomodlers Club, 11 Yvonna Street, Leesburg, IN

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