Charles J. “Chucky” Beane, 56, of Bolton,Vermont, passed away Sunday, May 24, 2020, due to natural causes.
Chucky was born August 10th, 1963 to his parents, Carl Beane and Patricia (Spear) Beane in Barre, Vermont. They moved to Richmond, Vermont where he and his 6 siblings grew up, and where Chucky chose to live most of his life.
He is predeceased by his mother Patricia, his brothers Carl Beane, Richard Beane, and sister Irene (Beane)Donaghy.
He is survived by his father Carl Beane, his brother Robert Beane, his sisters Karla (Beane) Smith, and Vivian (Beane)Salcido. He is also survived by his four sons, Chad Beane of Colchester, wife Heidi (Kelly), James Beane of Bakersfield, wife Nichole (Rivers), Nicholas Beane of Richmond, Kyle Beane of Bolton, fiance Shantal Cookson. His seven grandchildren, Lydia, Chase, Keyona, Charlotte, Remmy(Beane) Josh and Aubrey Hayden also survive.
Chucky is also survived by his life-long friend and former wife of 35 years, Lori (Brill) Beane, and her siblings, as he grew up with them and loved them like his own family. He also leaves behind many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a multitude of friends.
Words can't describe how much he loved his children and grandchildren; he was so proud of them all. To know Chucky, was to love him. He had a sharp tongue and the muscle to back it, but in the end he was a kind man who loved his family so much he would do anything for them. And funny? He had a hilarious, sarcastic, wit and loved to make people smile and would say, or do anything to achieve it. And that was his outlook. He hated to see one hurting. If you were his family or friend, he was always in your corner wearing a smile or blazing a fighter stance to show his support.
Chucky’s life came to an early end leaving us all saddened and at a loss. He will never be forgotten, as he was such a unique man. It's hard to speak these words but he would want everyone to smile and think of all the good times and memories they shared with him. May his memory live on forever in all of our hearts.
Services have been limited with the current guidelines. A life remembrance and ceremony will be held for him in the near future and will be announced by the family.
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