Edward J. Beck, Sr.

August 24, 1939 - June 12, 2012

Age 72, of Buffalo Rd., Orangeville, died June 12, 2012 at home following a lengthy illness.

He was born August 24, 1939 in Attica, son of the late Albert and Frances Peuckert Beck. Ed was a lifelong farmer and he was employed for 37 years at Lapp Insulator Company in LeRoy where he worked as a millwright. He enjoyed gardening and cider making and he was talented with equipment repair.

Surviving are his children, Ed “Butch” Beck, Jr. of Orangeville, Frank Beck of Orangeville, Walter Beck of Philadelphia, PA, Charlotte Beck (Steve Sharman) Goodenow of Orangeville, Michele Beck (Daniel) Sacco of Gainesville; grandchildren, Brandon (Amanda) Sacco and Jason Sacco; great grandchildren, Wesleigh Sacco and Franchesca Sacco; brothers, Carl (Nancy) Beck of Attica, Al (Jeanne) Beck of Attica, Fred (Melody) Beck of Attica, Bill (Liz) Beck of Attica, Mike (Julie) Beck of Orangeville; sisters, Frannie Beck of Pavilion, Gretel (Larry) Laing of West Falls, Pat (Dan) Racine of Blasdell, Edie Haise of Arlington, VA, Lynn (Bill) Kammerer of Irmo, SC; special friend and companion, Jennie Vogel; former wife, Donna Snyder Beck Mackowiak; several nieces and nephews. He was the father of the late Martin Beck and brother of the late Peter Beck.

Friends may call Friday 2 – 4 & 7 – 9 at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where a service will be held Saturday at 11 AM. Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery, Warsaw. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Important Dates

June 15, 2012 : Calling hours for Edward J. Beck, Sr. - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

June 15, 2012 : Calling hours for Edward J. Beck, Sr. - 11:00 PM to 1:00 AM

June 16, 2012 : Funeral service for Edward J. Beck, Sr. - 3:00 PM

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Jun 26.12 from Lee Daymon, Deb Caruso:
Dear Charlotte- Sorry for your loss our thoughts are with you

Jun 18.12 from Bonnie Thiers:
I attended the funeral for Eddy but only got to talk to a few family members. My husband Dick worked with Eddy for years and had so many stories of the pranks they played on each other and the fun they had at work. He kept my husband entertained but also taught Dick so many things about the job. My husband was also a Millwright. Dick said that Eddy knew more about engines and repairs than any person he ever knew. He could fix anything. My husband was very much like that also. Of all the people at Lapp, Eddy was the only one that came to Dick's funeral service at my house. I was so pleased and comforted to see him walk down the driveway. We visited him sometimes at the farm after Dick was off work with his illness and always got a laugh out of the visit. I am so sorry for your loss and know that Dick and Eddy are now together figuring out how to make things work up there. What a great guy. I am so glad he had Jennie to keep him company . He told Dick about her many times and said she was a good women who asked for little but gave alot. He said he was lucky to have her. To all those family members who I was unable to talk to I want to send my deepest sympathy . Sincerely, Bonnie thiers

Jun 16.12 from Robert Breining:
Walter.. Joe and I are here if you need us. BIG HUG - you are your family are in our thoughts ...

Jun 16.12 from Dan Mc Cormick:
Sorry for the loss of my friend Ed,,but now my brother Tom Mc Cormick who worked with Ed for many years at Lapp will have someone to drink cider with.

Jun 16.12 from Patrick and Dian Jones:
Charlotte, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. Pray the love and grace of Jesus will comfort and guide you. Remember the kind and thoughtful acts he is known for and alwys smile knowing that who he is will always be with you.

Jun 15.12 from Steve and Cathy Merritt at MKS:
Charlotte- We are both so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Find strength in all of those who loved him and I know you will cherish the stories that are told.

Jun 15.12 from Jenny Dahlgren:
Goodbye Uncle Ed. I'm glad that I got to know you in life, and hope you are now at peace. Say hi to Marty for me.

Jun 14.12 from florence alwardt mummery:
sending my heartfelt condolence to the entire family I am deeply sorry for your loss.

Jun 14.12 from Dawn Luckenbach:
Sorry to hear about your dad. Thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Jun 14.12 from Josie VanValkenburg:
So sorry for the loss of a great guy. Have had him in my prayers since I heard of his illness. He was a very lucky man to have such a loving and caring family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Jun 14.12 from silvina y Elisabeth Flynn:
Dear Walter: You and your family is in our prayers. We are very sorry for your lost. We love you.

Jun 14.12 from Steve Johnson:
Very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts during this difficult time.

Jun 14.12 from Diane Wheeler Vosburg:
Sorry for your loss. No more suffering for him. He is in a better place now....

Jun 14.12 from Frannie Beck:
Brother Ed, I hope there's a little farm up there for you! Thanks for being such a great bro, giving me rides to work years ago, letting me hang with you and your friends when I was a teen (much to our mother's disapproval). I will cherish the hug when I bumped into you at the store several years ago. I will miss your silly chuckle and smile but will see you again someday. Love to your great family. Your sister, Frannie

Jun 14.12 from Brenda Boss:
Your family is in my thoughts and prayers for strength during this difficult time.
Brenda Boss
Warsaw Class of '91
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Jun 14.12 from Lynn Kammerer:
I know you are at peace in the loving arms of Jesus and in the company of all who have gone before you.... especially your son Marty, Ma and Daddy, and brother Pete. Sending love and prayers to all your children and grand-children who are missing you now. When I think of you, I remember you always had that smile on your face. Laid back, soft spoken, and easy going just like Daddy. Rest easy Ed. XXOO