Michael J. Beiermann

Michael J. Beiermann, 62, passed away on July 30, 2023, in Houston, Texas. He was born on August 14, 1960, in Alton, Illinois to the late Eleanor and Maurice Beiermann. Beloved father of, Ashley Beiermann; Dear brother of, Jane (late Gary), Kuhle, Don (Sheila) Beiermann, the late, Dave Beiermann, and Frank (late Judy) Fulkerson; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Michael grew up in Jerseyville, Illinois. In 1992, he moved to Houston, TX for management career opportunities. Throughout the following 30 years he held various leadership roles in retail and restaurant industries.

Mike was known for his sense of humor, and his ability to make people smile and laugh. He had a passion for playing golf, and lots of love for his only daughter, Ashley and his dog, Hershey. He enjoyed creating personable connections with everyone he met. His devotion towards his work life, including his second family at Chuck E. Cheese was impeccable. Mike will be missed by many.

A service to celebrate Michaels’ life will be held on Wednesday, August 9th at 10:30am at Mary Queen Catholic Church, 606 Cedarwood Dr, Friendswood, TX 77546.


  1. The Lord is calling home a lot of great men.

    I met Mike when I was about 16 while working at Chuck E Cheese. To say we butt heads is an understatement, I was a young cocky kid, in a mouse suit, who thought he knew it all. Mike was the new boss who didn’t take my mess.

    But as the years went by, he became more than my boss. He became my mentor, a big brother and most importantly, my friend. There are 3 distinct phone calls I can remember having with Mike that literally changed my life. Each call was with an opportunity and each time put me on a path, to meet new amazing people who either influenced me, or I was blessed to have been able to influence them.

    There are 5 men in my life who I can honestly say, made me the man I am today. Mike Beiermann sits near the top of that very short list.

    Over the years, I have taken numerous people under my wing, mentored them, and passed along things Mike taught me.

    Never having known Mike, they learned from him, through me.

    I’ll forever be grateful for the time we had together.

    Love you, Mike.

    Thank you.

    Rest Easy, brother.

    Frank Carrera
  2. You will be missed greatly. You have had such an impact on my life. I’m blessed that God had us cross paths. You taught me how to be a great manager. You inspired me never to give up and you were the best cheerleader/coach. Thank you Mike for everything. Your family is in my prayers

    V Macias
  3. I consider myself lucky to have had the privilege of encountering Mike and collaborating closely with him over numerous years. He consistently regarded me not merely as a staff member, but as part of his own family. His cheerful smile, unwavering enthusiasm for golf, optimistic perspective on life, and deep affection for his loved ones and friends will forever remain in my memories. I express my gratitude for the moments we shared together.

    Rubine Samuel
  4. Sweet Ashley, we are so sorry for what you are going through. Our hearts hurt for you. Please reach out to us for anything you may need. Our prayers are with you today, precious girl, as they will be for the weeks and months to come. We love you.
    Kayla & Kelly

    Kayla Lachausse
  5. I am thinking of the family during this difficult time. He made a huge impact on everyone and will be missed!

    Delores Crouch
  6. We are so sorry for your loss. He made my sons proud and I thank him from the bottom of my heart. Rest In Peace Mike and hug my beloved son Fernando and his Dad

    Yolanda Carrera

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