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In Memory

Warren Beadling - Class Of 1964

 

                                    Rest in Peace, Warren

On March 3, 2016 of Washington Twp.

Beloved husband of Sandra (nee Senteneri). Devoted father of Lee (Joann), Brandon and Justin Beadling. Loving grandfather of Kyle, Kurt and Jane. Proud great-grandfather of Riley. Dear brother of John, Janet Forour, Evelyn Beadling and the late Walter and James. Warren was a caring and compassionate husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. The love of his family ran deep to his soul and there is nothing he wouldn’t do to provide for them and ensure their happiness. If a man’s success in life is measured by the quantity and quality of his friendships, Warren’s life was an overwhelming victory. His friends ranged from those from his childhood in Pine Hill, New Jersey, to those more recently made in the Carbon County area of the Poconos, and Turnersville, New Jersey. Secondary to the love of his family, was Warren’s love of his country. He was a Marine, from the age of 17 to his dying breath. He served in the Vietnam War and was honored by his hometown on his return with a “Warren Beadling Day.” Warren was the coolest guy in any room he was in. People gravitated to him, and he made everyone he met feel special. Few walked away from first meeting him not feeling as though they made a friend. He was an avid golfer, a NASCAR fan, an unbelievable shot at paintball, and an ardent fan of televised political debate. Warren wore many hats throughout his life, in addition to his military service which took him all over the world, he worked at Hess Oil, was an owner of an oil tank maintenance company and an auto body shop, he worked for the US Postal Service, and more recently as a painter. 
He will be missed by all, not only for the love that he gave, but for his humor, his dependability, and the fierceness of his devotions.


Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Tuesday 8:15-10:45 AM at the Egizi Funeral Home 119 Ganttown Rd., Washington Twp. Mass of Christian Burial 11:30 AM at the Church of the Holy Family. Interment will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations in Warren's memory may be made to Gloucester County Advisory Committee-Veterans helping Veterans P.O. Box 337, Woodbury, NJ 08096. Condolences may be shared with the family at www.egizifuneral.com