Eugene Jack Beach
Tuesday, May 28, 1929
Date of Death:
Sunday, February 3, 2019
89 years old
Eugene Jack Beach
Eugene Jack Beach, 89, lifelong resident of Rochester, entered eternal life on Sunday, February 3, 2019, surrounded by his family.
Eugene “Jack” was born May 28, 1929 in Rochester, MN to Perry and Leona (Tietz) Beach. He graduated from Rochester High and was drafted into the U.S. Army serving in the Korean War with the 3rd Infantry Division from 1950-1953. Eugene married Glennis Lydia Treder on August 23, 1958 and resided in Rochester where they raised their family. Eugene worked with his father in the family flooring business, dabbled in real estate, and was a longtime employee of the Rochester School District. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, and traveling with family. Nothing gave him more joy and happiness than his two grandchildren. They put a smile on his face every time he saw them.
Survivors include his three sons, Robert (Linda Busby) Beach of Dodge Center, Richard (Laurie Furr) Beach of Rochester & Daniel Beach of Burnsville. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Brooklyn Lydia “Cutie” and Jack Thomas “Smiling Jack” of Rochester.
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Glennis; son, David Beach; and sisters, Dorothy Beach and Arbutus Hogle.
The memorial service will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday, February 8, 2019 at Redeemer Lutheran Church with Rev. Adam Koglin officiating. Visitation will be held from 9:30 a.m. to11:00 a.m. on Friday at the church. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Gardens in Rochester with Military Rights provided by the American Legion Post 92.
Memorials may be designated to Redeemer Lutheran Church or the donor’s choice.
The family of Eugene Jack Beach has received the following condolences.
So sorry to read the obituary of your dear loved one. Death is certainly an enemy that take those we love leaving much pain and a void in our hearts. Soon all pain, suffering and death will be no more. (Revelation 21:4)
Richard, Laurie and family,
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your father. He was such a pleasant man and we enjoyed seeing him along with the family at various times of celebration.
The sacrifices he and Mrs. Gylnnis Beach made us all better by getting to know you and your family. The memories of our loved ones live on in our minds and inspire us through the rest of our lives. May Christ hold his soul as he enters the kingdom!
Our very deepest sympathies at this difficult time.
Tom an Lisette Salinas
Jack was a great brother-in-law, a good man, and a good friend. His humor and welcoming smile every time we saw him was his trademark. When coming to visit us, he would hide a gift somewhere, and it maybe took a week before we noticed it or ran across it. Tricky. His family is dear to us, and we hope they know we support them through all the loss. We still miss his wife, Gene's sister, Glennis. They are now together in the Lord.