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Terry Randall Beasley, age 78, of Crockett passed away Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at UT Health Jacksonville. Randall was born April 29, 1941 in Teague to parents, Carl Alton Beasley and Mary Jane Moncrief Beasley. After graduating from Teague High School, he attended Navarro Junior College then graduated from Sam Houston State University receiving his business degree. Randall was a Vietnam Veteran serving in the United States Army. He was a member of the Oglewanagi Indian Dancers based in Mexia where he performed the Blue Corn Dance, the Old-Timers Dance, and the most popular Eagle Dance, they performed at the State Fair of Texas, the Cotton Bowl and Parade, and the 1967 Dallas Cowboys-Green Bay Packers Championship Game at the Cotton Bowl. Randall was very involved in the Boy Scouts of America. He joined scout in the 5th grade and never quit. He served as assistance Scoutmaster in Fairfield and Crockett Texas and started the scouting program in Newton Texas, serving as the Scout Master for Troup #36 from 1974-1987. He was a Vigil Honor Member of the Order of Arrow, he was given the name Eluwak Alappiechsin meaning, “Powerful Fast Talker”. In Scouting he also earned his Wood Badge Beads, the Bronze Pelican Award, the Silver Beaver Award, and the Cross and Flame Award. He was a faithful member of the First United Methodist Church, often attending the early service at Shiloh, and the Neighborly Sunday School Class. He worked for Con-Tel Telephone Company as an Outside Plant Engineer retiring after many years. After his retirement, he worked as independent contractor for a few years, until they asked him to put it on computer. Then he began his little company Quick Trips, picking up and delivering parts for local businesses or taking people to doctor appointments that could not take themselves. He also began cooking steaks at Leona General Store. He loved to attend Southern Gospel Concerts and Conventions and remained a loyal Crockett Bulldog and Newton Eagle and traveled many miles to support them.

Randall is survived by his wife, Jeane Beasley of Jacksonville; sons, Terry Beasley and wife, Amanda of Bullard, John Carl Beasley and wife, Annecye of Bullard; grandchildren, Weston Tompkins and wife, Amy of Jacksonville, Duncan MacDuff of Bullard, Ashton Beasley of Bullard, Amera Beasley of Bullard, Amande Wangler and husband, Joe of Shreveport, Chancie Petty and husband, Justin of Brownsboro; great-grandchildren, Grasen Morse, Livy Wangler, Kye Petty, Corbin Petty, Lawson Petty; sisters, Pat Chappell of Fairfield, Dean Nevills of Dew; sister-in-law, Sue Beasley of Teague. He was preceded in death by parents, Carl Alton and Mary Jane Beasley; brother, Kenneth Beasley.

Funeral services for Terry Randall Beasley will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 18, 2020 in the First United Methodist Church in Crockett with Dr. Jerry House officiating. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m. in the Antioch Luna Cemetery in Teague. Family will receive friends for visitation from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday evening at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Boy Scouts Fund at First United Methodist Church or Boy Scout Troup of your choice.

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  1. I am heartbroken to hear of Randall’s passing. He was a special member of the class of ‘59. He kept in touch with everyone and kept us all informed about one another. He will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences to his entire family.

  2. I left a comment but I don’t know if it was recorded. The class of ‘59 will miss Randall because he was very special to all of us. He kept in touch with everyone. My sincere condolences to his entire family.

    • If you ever wanted to know about the latest gossip in the neighborhood, go to Randall! He would keep you informed. I am going to miss the old boy. There were 4 of us-Johnny Joe Layton, Horace Lindsey, Kenneth Scarborough and Randall were good buddies in high school and beyond.Guess you might say the circle has been broken. God Bless You Randall.

  3. There are not enough words to express the heartache I feel in the loss of Randall. He was not only a dear cousin but also the closest thing I had to a brother. I will always treasure the memories of our growing up years. Even though he is gone from our presence he will never be gone from our hearts. Both George and I will miss seeing him and his phone calls. Love him – yes, Miss him – absolutely, Forget him – never!!

  4. Jeanie and family, I was surprised to learn of Randall’s homegoing. The last time we saw each other and spoke, he was cooking at the steak house in Leona. He called out to me from clear across the room, isn’t that just like him? When I looked up, there was that huge smile, looking back at me from the other side of the room. Our paths didn’t cross often, but I’ll miss him. I considered him a friend, even though he was from Teague…. (:>))

    I wasn’t aware of his military and boy scout service, but it doesn’t surprise me.
    Be blessed, DT

  5. As a friend and a member of the Patriot Guard Riders, I hate that I can’t be there, but my Saturday is booked solid. I am conducting the funeral service for Betty DeFrance, here, at Antioch, Saturday morning. then I have a training session that afternoon.

    Just know that I would rather be there for you and Randall.
    Be blessed, D.T.

  6. Met Randall in when he was working for Contel in Newton.
    He worked hard with the Boy Scouts while he was here.
    The world will miss you. RIP Randall.

  7. Randall was a true gentleman. I was only around him a few times but he was very kind to my Mom. He drove her many places after her vision was too poor for her to drive. She always enjoyed him. RIP. My sincere condolences to your family.

  8. Randall was a friend of mine from Teague, Texas. Condolences to his entire family.

  9. Sorry to hear of Randall’s passing. He was very helpful to me when I lived in Crockett, Tx. After I left he kept me informed of all the happenings in Crockett. Randall will be missed.

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