Larry Lee Beauvais

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January 18, 1958 ~ December 23, 2012

Resided in: Colorado Springs, CO

Larry Lee Beauvais, 54, passed away Dec. 23, 2012 in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was born on January 18, 1958, in Pueblo, Colo to Donald L. Beauvais Sr. and Beverly A. Beauvais. Survived by his children, Jacqueline (Jacob) Shoemaker of Denver and Dustin (Tina) Beauvais of Greeley; grandchildren, Lillian & Landen Beauvais, Noel Way and Amos Shoemaker; mother, Beverly Beauvais; sister, Renee Beauvais; and brothers, Don (Carol) Beauvais Jr. all of Pueblo; Scott (Carla) Beauvais of Denver; Kurt (Jacki) Beauvais; Bruce (Andria) Beauvais of Colorado Springs and Bryan (Dana) Beauvais of Durham, NC.; three nieces; 16 nephews; 4 great-nieces; and one great-nephew. Preceded in death by father, Donald Beauvais Sr. and his lifetime companion, Rowdy. Larry graduated from Central High School in 1976 and from the University of Northern Colorado. He was a true salesman by trade and spent his lifetime in sales. He could 'sell a penny for a buck.' Larry was passionate about the martial arts and held five, fifth degree black belts, in Butokukan, and Japanese Karate. For many years he owned his own dojo in Colorado Springs. His true loves in his life were his children and grandchildren. He was an outdoors man at heart and spent much of his time in the mountains hunting, fishing and camping. He and his children had many great adventures in their favorite spot, Brush Creek, Colo. Memorial service, 1:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences,

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  1. I trained with him
    during my studying years in Aims Community College in Greeley Colorado
    in 1979 ‘�� 1980. He helped me a lot even outside college with his wife Peggy.

    Ahmad Albaqsami


  2. Dear Beverly and family,

    Our hearts are saddened by your loss! Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, as we have been in yours in our difficult times.
    Ruth and Arlen Ambrose

  3. sad news. sympathy to all beauvais. Don, just thinking of you at this sad time. sorry. Todd , your doubles partner and friend

  4. Beverly and Family,
    We were so sorry to read of Larry’s passing. He was too young and it must be difficult for you. May your special memories comfort you and may he rest in peace. God be with you in your grief.

  5. My deepest sympathy to the Beauvais family. Love and prayers that you will be carried during this difficult time.

  6. I met Larry about 17 years ago when I first transferred to Colorado Springs in the Air Force. His warm heart and big smile immediately let me know that I had found a good friend. Larry was always willing to listen and be there when you needed him. Although we would sometimes go 5 or 6 months between seeing each other, it always seemed like we had just talked, and it was always fun to catch up. A dear friend was taken too early from this world, but is smiling that big smile in a better place now. My prayers for comfort for Larry’s family. You will be missed my friend.

  7. Larry and I were high school friends. I was in his honored to be in his wedding. We grew up in karate together and generally palled around. More than
    once he made my nose bleed. He was always much much better than I was in the martial arts.

    But my fondest memory of Larry is also a sketch of his character. A young lady and I went to Beulah to go on a picnic. My car broke down so I called my father. My father refused to pick me up saying it was my car, my problem. I called Larry who dropped everything. He arranged to have my car towed, came to Beulah and picked me up. It seemed like such a small thing at the time, but as I grew up, I reflected on that moment many times. That was Larry. Anyone would be blessed to have a friend like that. That is how I will remember him.

    I extend my deepest sympathies to his children. God rest his soul.

  8. Praying God Sends His Love and Hope, Courage and Strength to Rest Upon and Within you, Beauvais family. That even as we mourn Larry’s absence we are Drawn Closer to God’s Heart Through The Love of His Son, Jesus Christ.-Will Bratina

  9. Our sympathy to the entire Beauvais clan for the loss of Larry. Larry may you rest in Peace free from the restraints of this world that you struggled so mightily with. To Jacqueline and Dustin…….know that your father loves you and continues to protect you from above and may you find peace and strength.
    Love and prayers
    Dan & Brenda

  10. My heartfelt sympathy to my daughter, Jacqueline & son Dustin and their amazing, beautiful grandmother, Bev; my forever dear friend. I pray peace over you at this time. My sympathy extends to all siblings with love.

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