Brian Beazley

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Brian Beazley

Brian Beazley, 46, entered peacefully into eternal life the morning of Holy Thursday after a year-long battle with cancer, surrounded by family. He is the son of James Patrick Beazley and Marlene (Robertson) Beazleye.
Brian was a graduate of Niagara-Wheatfield High School and SUNY Brockport with a BS degree in Biology and Chemistry. He obtained his NYS Teaching Certificate. His career began in teaching but moved on to work at General Motors, where he later retired. Since retiring, Brian did carpentry, camping and traveling.
He recently visited the Grand Canyon with lifelong friend, Steve Schmitt, and Disney World with his family. He saw the magic that Disney brought to life. Brian also appreciated all music and attending performances with his close friend, Mary Weimer.
Brian was a parishoner at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. He was on the continuation committee for Christ Renews, his parish retreat program which he attended. His faith was strong and he shared his love of God with others.
He leaves behind his daughter, Darcy Beazley; two step-daughters, Summer and Spencer Saraf; two sisters, Kelly (Don) Whitsell and Lisa (Christopher) Magin; cherished nieces and nephews, Lilly and Jack Whitsell, Oliver and Marlee Magin. He is also survived by his aunts, Gail Jakubowski, Catherine Sorochin; and uncle, Richard Culverwell.
There will be a mass and celebration of life on April 14th at 11:00 AM at St. Mary's, 6919 Transit Road, 14051, celebrated with Fr. Andres Kozminski.
Brian had a love of science and donated his body to medical research. He will be buried at a later date at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in the town of Lewiston.
In lieu of flowers, gifts may be directed to the U.B. Foundation, Anatomical Gift Program, SUNY at Buffalo, P.O. Box 900, Buffalo, NY 14226-0900.
Published on April 11, 2018
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