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George Beall

George Thomas "Tommy" Beall

October 29, 1963 - March 22, 2020
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George Thomas “Tommy” Beall, 56, of Riva, MD passed away on March 22, 2020. Tommy passed on his mother’s birthday surrounded by loved ones at his home of 27 years. Born on October 29, 1963 in Cheverly, MD to the late Ernest and Linda Beall, Tommy, also known as “Brush”, attended South River High School and took classes at Montgomery Community College. He proudly worked as a building engineer at the National Institute of Health for 25 years.

Tommy was an avid football and Nascar fan who followed the Washington Redskins and Dale Earnhart Sr. and Jr. He also enjoyed riding motorcycles, hunting, painting, and bowling. Tommy was faithful to the Chesapeake Christian Fellowship in Davidsonville, MD. He was a 32-year member of the Kingsman Motorcycle Club. He was also a member of the Annapolis Moose Lodge #296 and the Kent Island Elks Club, where he would participate regularly in their annual turkey shoot.

Tommy is survived by his best friend for the past 34 years and loving wife for the past 22 years, Karen Beall; one son and two daughters, Thomas “Eddie”, Christina, and Lindsey Beall; two grandchildren, Chloe and Cruz Aisquith. three brothers and one sister, Stephen, Franklin, and Russell Beall, and Patricia Taylor. The family would also like to recognize Patricia Fritz, who lovingly assisted in taking care of Tommy for the last few years.
Due to the coronavirus restrictions, a memorial will be held for Tommy at a later date.

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Natilee Davis

Posted at 05:21am
Very sorry to hear the passing of Brush.
Super nice person Prayers to Karen and Family .
TJ

Theresda Johnson

Posted at 09:17am
Karen, I am so very sorry for your loss! I hope he and my mom were able to meet each other at the feet of Jesus!! Sending prayers to you and your family. XOXO
FT

Faith Taylor

Posted at 07:32am
Karen we are so sorry for your loss. Please have comfort knowing Tommy is in the hands of our Lord. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you Faith and John
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Linda Ledman

Posted at 07:24pm
Our Condolences and Fun times and Great Memories In Canada...only if we could turn back times❤️...Danny & Linda

Carole Robertson

Posted at 11:27am
Fly high Brush, you are free now and you're not alone. Give Snake and Gina a kiss for me and tell them I love them.
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