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Dexter Beason

Dexter Beason

Saturday, December 1st, 1956 Sunday, August 11th, 2019

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Obituary for Dexter Edward Beason

Dexter (Eddie) Beason, of Greenville, South Carolina, went to be with the Lord on August 11, 2019, at Open Arms Hospice in Simpsonville, South Carolina. Eddie had an extended battle with lung cancer. He was 62.
Eddie was born on December 1, 1956, in Greenville, South Carolina. He attended Wade Hampton High School and was owner of Beason’s Produce, which operated out of the Greenville area.
Eddie was a loving human being. He loved everybody. Eddie enjoyed fishing, playing music, Clemson football, cookouts, but most of all, he loved being with his family, especially at holiday gatherings.
Eddie was preceded in death by his father, Daniel Edward Beason, and mother, Virginia Crain Beason. He is survived by his two daughters, Deidra E. Davis, and her husband, Foster Davis of Greenville, and daughter, Carrie A. Munera, and her husband, SSgt. Alejandro Munera, of Aviano, Italy, and three grandchildren, Marley Davis, Ali Munera, and Ashton Munera. .Also surviving are sister, Dannette Beason Greene, of Taylors, SC, and her two sons, Josh Hightower, and Joey Hightower, both of Myrtle Beach, SC.
A celebration of life service will take place on Monday, August 19, at 4:00 p.m., at Taylors First Baptist Church chapel, located on Main Street, Taylors, South Carolina. The family will receive friends from 3:00 to 3:45 pm, before the service. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Eddie's life. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society.

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Bill Filipsic

To this day, I remember our first phone call back in '87 when you hired me to work for you at Beason's Produce. I about fainted when you told me what time I had to be into work that first day. You were like an older big brother to me. You had some good influences on me and a few not so good influences, but they were a lot of fun. All you asked for was honest hard work and make sure that money was facing the same way with no wrinkles in it, ha ha. You were OCD at certain things, but that is what made you, you. I know you weren't happy when I joined the Navy four years later, but you knew I had to finally get out on my own and grow. I definitely got to see the world and marry a wonderful woman. I'm happy you and Laura got to meet her and I want you to know we are still together. Our youngest son just graduated high school and both of our sons are going to college in the Fall. I remember the girls visiting the market at times to come see their daddy. It looks like they have grown up to be wonderful women. I'm sorry I never got to see you and the family again after our visit. Rest in peace, Eddie.
Comment | Posted at 10:07pm via Condolence
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Michelle

Eddie,
What gem you are. The memories I have of you and Lala are awesome. You guys became my friends when those 2 lil girls become friends. I will always treasure the memories of you. You were one of a kind..Kenny Rogers. I only wish I would have stayed closer to the two. But as usual God makes a plan. I know you are with him now. I will pray for you and family.
Always
MICHELLE B. Topo
Comment | Posted at 07:45pm via Condolence
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Carla Fell

Eddie was not just our friend, he was more like a father to Stephen & I. He treated us like one of his own and also loved spending time with our kids Preston & Cameron. He was the 1st person to welcome us to Dock 14 about 7 years ago. We made so many wonderful memories every weekend with him. Even after he moved away from the dock we still always made it a point to go visit with him at least once a week. He was so special to us all!! So missing him, he will always be in our hearts!! We love him, sending our prayers to the family.
Comment | Posted at 12:32pm via Condolence
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Anna Whitfield, RN

My heart aches knowing he is gone! I was Mr. Beasons' nurse from his in - home care agency. I knew him for less than a year but he was able to put a place in my heart for him on the very first visit I had with him!
He told me all about his two beautiful girls and his precious grandchildren. Showed me all their pictures!! This sweet and very sick man demanded to cook lunch for his aide (who was there to take care of HIM) every Tuesday & Thursday she was there !!!! She told him several weeks ago it was her turn to cook their lunch and he actually let her bc he had loved teaching her his cooking skills so she knew exactly what he liked and HOW he likes it!!
Those 2 formed a special bond that I have never seen happen so quickly and strongly in my 25 years of nursing!
He loved his family and his aide, that I know!
Such a sweet and giving man! I know he will be missed by many!!
RIP Mr. Eddie💖!!
Comment | Posted at 12:24pm via Condolence
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Tim Gentry

RIP Big E!! Love you!!
T.Gentry
Comment | Posted at 12:24pm via Condolence
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