John David Beaman, age 55, died on July 13, 2021. He was born on August 10, 1965 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey to Dr. Alden G. Beaman and Lucille Papenhusen. He married Myrta Brown on August 24, 1991.
John loved poetry and wrote many poems. He also loved music. In high school, he sang in the All-State Choir and also sang at the General Conference with several BYU chorus groups. He was an Eagle Scout. John served as the Assistant Director of Rhode Island Genealogical Register, volume 12. John served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Oakland, California and graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelors’ degree in Communication and Public Relations.
He had a certificate of Leadership from The Leadership Circle and was certified to administer the LPI 360 Profile and Manager Edition.
John had over 25 years of experience as a business leader, executive coach, and trusted consultant. He facilitated over 40,000 coaching sessions through 100 business verticals in over 125 countries.
He was certified in over 20 leadership and coaching programs, which allowed him to connect with an expansive and diverse audience. John was a Quality Manager of over 45 executive coaches.
John is survived by his wife Myrta Brown Beaman of Saratoga Springs, Utah, daughter Shaleah Beaman of American Fork, Utah, son Jaden Beaman of Saratoga Springs, Utah, brother Alden Beaman and his wife Claudia of Salt Lake City, Utah, sister Nellie Beaman and her husband Karl of Broadlands, Virginia, sister Margaret Armstrong and her husband Dana of Princeton, Massachusetts, sister-in-law Nancy Beaman of Crestwood, Kentucky, and several nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents Alden and Lucille Beaman and brother Ernest Beaman.
A viewing will be held Monday evening, July 19, 2021 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the Saratoga Springs 4th Ward, 49 East Centennial Road, Saratoga Springs, Utah. The following day, a viewing will take place from 9:30 – 10:30 AM with a funeral service following at 11:00 AM at the Saratoga Springs 4th Ward. Interment to follow funeral services at the Pony Express Memorial Cemetery, 4648 N Eagle Mountain Blvd, Eagle Mountain, Utah.
Life Story Info
John was a friend through his wife Myrta who I have known for over 40 years! I was shocked to hear of his passing he was real good guy he will be missed by all that knew him! Rest in peace John. To Myrta & his kids , this must be the most difficult time of your lives. Rest assured he is looking over all of you God bless!
I have Known John for 28 Years. We became Friends when I was Living in Taylorsville, Utah. John was a genuine person and Always would look at everything with a Positive Attitude.
When I moved away from the Salt Lake City, I would Always Call John to Visit with John & Myrta to Catch up on our Life.
I will truly miss My Friend, John Beaman