Philip Beeler

Feb 27th 9:00 am - 9:00 am
US Army
MRC - Tom Hardin

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Memorial Service 

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Philip M. Beeler, 53, passed away in Ennis, Texas on Saturday, February 6, 2021.

Philip was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 3, 1967 to Charles Edward and Doris Jean (McKenzie) Beeler. Philip grew up in Deer Park, Ohio and graduated from Deer Park High School in 1985. On March 22, 2019 he married Audy Woodham and they made their home in Palmer. Philip served his country proudly in the United States Army.
He worked for Hy Tech Builders for twenty years as a drywall finisher. Philip was a member of the US Brotherhood of Tankers. He enjoyed hunting for arrowheads, metal detecting and playing left-handed guitar.

Philip is survived by his wife, Audy Woodham; son, Evan Beeler; daughter, Maria Beeler; mother, Doris Beeler; grandchild, Lucas; brothers: Donald, Charles, Daniel, Richard, Steven William, and James; sisters: Patricia and Nisa along with a host of extended family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his father and sister, Wauneta. 

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Tom Hardin

Tom.Hardin27@hotmail.com

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Memorial Service 

Mission Date 

Saturday, February 27, 2021 

Staging Time 

0900 

Briefing Time

0915

In Position/KSU Time

0930

Starting Time 

1000 

Staging Point 

J E Keever Mortuary, Inc 

Staging Address 

408 N Dallas

Ennis, TX 75119 

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The family of Philip Beeler has asked the Patriot Guard Riders to honor his memory and service to our Country by attending his Chapel Memorial Service. Riders will stage at J E Keever Mortuary, Inc in Ennis, TX to be briefed and to stand tall and silent as family and friends of Mr. Beeler arrive. Our certificate of appreciation will be presented to the family at the beginning of the Service. After the service begins, flags will be furled and secured in the support vehicle, and the riders debriefed.

Please be aware that the PGR will follow the established COVID19 protocols wearing face covering/masks for locations where they are required or when social distancing is not possible. 

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Yes Blaine Danyluk 

                 

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