Samuel Lewis Beaty

Samuel Lewis Beaty, of League City, Texas passed away Monday, March 27, 2017 at the age of 82. He was born February 2, 1935 in Riverton, Kansas to Koy J. and Vesta V. Beaty. He was preceded in death by his parents Koy J. and Vesta V. Beaty, brothers Cooper Beaty, Francis Beaty, Henry Beaty, sisters June Phillips, Naomi Hittenmark , and Dorothy Cox.  Samuel is survived by his wife of 60 years Mary Alice Beaty, son Randall Beaty and wife Gayle, daughters Rhonda Alece Sanders and husband Eddie and Vickie Puig and husband Richard,  grandchildren Addison Sanders and wife Kari, Dinah Simmonds and husband Brian, Annalece Sanders, Gabrielle Beaty, Joshua Beaty, Aaron Beaty, Candice Dunn and husband Kyle, Christopher Puig, great grandchildren Bryce Simmonds, Josie Simmonds and Evelyn Dunn. The Family will receive friends on Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 5-7pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10am at Bayshore Friends Church in Bacliff, Texas with burial following at Forest Park East Cemetery, Webster, Texas. In lieu of flowers, you may send memorials to Bayshore Friends Church, P.O. Box 400, Bacliff, Texas, 77518.


  1. I am so sorry for your loss. I only knew Sam for a little while but he always greeted me with a smile on Sunday mornings. I missed his sweet smile when he wasn’t able to come anymore. He will be missed.

    Jeanie Bond
  2. RANDY, Gayle, Joshua, Aaron, GabrielleMary ALICE and all the rest of the BEATY family. My heartfelt wishes for joy in a time of grief. I am glad I got to meet Sam and Mary ALICE so many years ago. Your Friend, CHARLES R.Wingate

    CHARLES R Wingate
  3. Dear Mary Alice,

    I didn’t hear about Sam’s passing until I attended the Riverton High School alumni reunion this June (2018). They read the names of classmates who had passed away in 2017 and I was saddened to hear Sam’s name among them.

    I had tried to reach you though e-mail when the hurricane flooded so much of Texas to see if you and Sam were safe, but my message didn’t come back. I wasn’t sure I had the right e-mail address. I figured Sam had lost ground as he wasn’t doing well during the last reunion you both attended at the RHS Gym. Can’t recall the year.

    I’m getting along as well as an 82-year-old can. My brains are still working, but my joints and body are aging a little too fast. How are you doing, now? I hope life is going well, considering your loss of Sam. He was a good friend. We only had three of the Class of 1954 this year and hope more can make it next year, our 65th anniversary. If you get a chance to read this, maybe you can email me and touch base. So sorry about your loss. Donna B.

    Donna Boultinghouse Blackman

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