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Roger And Patricia Beasley

Roger David Beasley Sr., the son of Arthur David Beasley and Mary Elizabeth Williams, was born on August 1, 1947 in Franklin, Kentucky.

He attended Indianapolis Public Schools and graduated from Crispus Attucks High School Class of 1964 as did the love of his life, Patricia Amey (Beasley). Following graduation, Roger landed employment with General Motors where he worked throughout his life and retired. Alongside his wife, Patricia, Roger owned a candy store amongst other small business establishments.

Roger who was affectionately known as “Red” was a devoted father, brother, uncle and friend to many. He enjoyed investing in different ways to create revenue, his family and friends. He also enjoyed sharing his life lessons and proverbial sayings with those who needed to hear it. Roger a.k.a “Red” will be dearly missed and remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur Beasley and Mary Brooks and his son, Roger “Lil’ Rog” Beasley.

Roger leaves to cherish his memory to his sons, Terrance Beasley (Delica) and Anthony Beasley; grandchildren, Nastassia White and Anthony “Smurf” Sharp; great-grandchildren: Ja’Vier “Javie” Johnson, Eric X. White, Anthony Sharp and Aaron Sharp; siblings: Raymond Beasley, William “Willie” Beasley, Deborah “Debbie” Davis, Jacquelin “Jackie” Clark (Philip) and Barbara Hoosier; and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Patricia Ann Beasley, the daughter of Willie Amey and Dorothy Amey, was born on October 26, 1947 in Henderson, Kentucky.

Patricia attended Indianapolis Public Schools and graduated from Crispus Attucks High School Class of 1964 as did the love of her life, Roger Beasley. After graduation Patricia, better known as “Pat” or “Tricia,” gathered work experience from well know companies such as RCA, Quaker Oats and Central State Hospital.

After spending most of her employment time with Central State State, “Pat” decided to break away and pursue her passion for cosmetology. Her gift for styling hair allowed her to open a successful beauty shop on 38th and Illinois and then later on 46th and Keystone lovingly named “Hairtique.” As she aged, she worked as a companion to the elderly and spent the remainder of her time sharing her love with her husband and close family and friends.

Patricia was preceded in death her parents, Willie and Dorothy Amey; her son, Roger “Lil’ Rog” Beasley; and siblings Dominic Amey, Eric Amey and Mance Amey.

Patricia leaves to cherish her memory: sons, Terrance Beasley (Delica) and Anthony Beasley; grandchildren, Nastassia White and Anthony “Smurf” Sharp; great-grandchildren: Ja’Vier “Javie” Johnson, Eric X. White, Anthony Sharp and Aaron Sharp; siblings: Tracey Taylor (Ledon), David Amey, Rochelle Barney, Lynn Thompson, Victor Amey and Vincent Shannon; a close sister-in-law, Natalie Amey; and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Friday, October 21, 2022

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