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HOSPITALIZATIONS / SURGERIES
Church member Robert Schaefer
Isabel Perez’s father
Funerall Service for Robert Schaefer, March 14, 11 am in our Sanctuary – Reception after
Memorial Service for Blake Beyer, March 16, 11 am in Trinity Hall – Reception after
Memorial Service for Joshua Akers, March 16, 2 pm in our Sanctuary – Reception after
OBITUARIES (By permission of families)
BLAKE JAMES BEYER
March 27, 1986 – February 12, 2019
Blake James Beyer, age 32, was a Dallas native and graduated from Walden Preparatory School.
Blake was a talented and gifted salesman. His first sales job was at Comp USA. After continuing his career in sales, he went to work for his Father at National Medical Services where his talent enabled him to excel. He became a leader who contributed innovative processes and set sales records. Another one of his skills was training and mentoring new employees. His success in multiple areas became a strong motivation for other team members. His cheerful spirit, positive attitude, and sense of humor will be immensely missed by his colleagues.
Blake’s first ski experience occurred at age 3. He continued to develop his skills and became a daring skier. He looked forward to family ski trips. Blake last went skiing in 2017 with his Dad and sister to Breckenridge, Colorado, where fond memories were made. As a child, he loved collecting insects and rocks on vacations and camping trips. His interest in rocks followed him into adulthood. He was very athletic and was involved in soccer, baseball, and basketball while he was growing up. Blake had a special attachment to the family cats, Butterscotch and Levi. He later volunteered at an exotic wildlife rescue center. As a teen Blake really liked scary haunted houses. He was planning to act at Dark Hour Haunted House for Valentine’s Day before his passing. Blake was good at working sudoku puzzles, playing checkers, and winning chess. After working at his Great Uncle Ken’s nursery, he enjoyed taking care of and watering plants. A pear tree Blake planted, which can be viewed from his Mom’s kitchen window will serve as a fond memory of him. Blake was an avid reader of fantasy books. He especially loved Game of Thrones. He had fun times at his Dad’s lake house boating and riding jet skis with his sister. He loved to cook and bring people together. He was known for making a fantastic brisket with Coca-Cola.
Blake is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Orrien and Mary Kathryn Beyer and maternal grandfather Carl Grube, Jr.
Blake is survived by his parents James (Jim) and Susan Beyer, sister Lauren Beyer, birth daughter Lisa Aubrey Vargas, and maternal grandmother Virginia (Ginger) Grube.
Blake will be remembered for his quirky sense of humor, honesty, and kind heart. He will be truly missed by family and friends.
Memorial gifts may be made to: Cenikor Foundation at www.cenikor.org. Donate Now is at the top right of their website.