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Calvin L. Beal

December 12, 1982 — February 13, 2024

Roosevelt, Utah

Calvin Lawrence Beal, age 41,passed away Feb 13, 2024, at his home in Roosevelt, Utah. 

    He was born to Thad and Lynda Beal in American Fork, Utah, on December 12, 1982. Calvin loved his parents, his brothers, his sisters-in-law, his nieces and nephews, and his aunts and uncles unconditionally and always looked forward to being around them all. 

    Calvin was a champion. He was truly the best at everything he put his mind to. He had many hobbies, from hunting and fishing with his dad and brothers, street bikes, jet skiing, boating, 4-wheeling, Jeeps, trucks, and Camaros, flying his drone, photography, ice fishing, camping, shooting guns, fishing in Alaska, attending live concerts, playing guitar and being around a campfire with his family and friends. He loved and lived life to the fullest. Any day spent in a boat fishing with him proves this! He succeeded at scholastics at the highest level. His high school years were at Lehi High School, where he was very competitive and known on the football field for his winning attitude. He completed a Bachelor’s Degree from Dixie State University in Business Management and later a Master’s Degree from Utah State University in Business Administration. He put in the long work hours behind the scenes both to complete his education and at work, and was the youngest Senior Manager in Costco history. He passed on his love of people to all those around him. 

    Calvin had a true love and an immeasurable talent for music. Often, he could be found perfecting a solo on his guitar or recording a song he had written. He made us all wonder when his first Pantera Dime Series Lightning Bolt Guitar got shipped to the house from the Musician’s Friend, a mail order musical instrument catalog before the internet. Calvin paid a lot of money for this guitar at a young age with his after-school job at the Thanksgiving Point Burger King. The price tag and wage he was making at the time put this guitar's value at a true premium. This was the first of several guitars he had over his lifetime and the one that made a statement of how serious he took it. Calvin played music with all his heart. Calvin played piano, drums, banjo, and was far from shy with his instrumental voice!  All other instruments he played were what appeared to be natural to him. His dedication to being able to master an instrument or song was a force to be reckoned with. 

    Calvin’s mind was magnificent and so was his compassion for others. He had no enemies. He would give the shirt off his back for anyone in need and always lend a helping hand.  He was always there for his family, and he taught us how to love! He brightened up any room he entered and had a personality and understanding of people to go with it that got him several best-in-class awards in numerous courses he was involved with over his lifetime. 

    Calvin’s contagious rock-solid can-do attitude was solid in his mind just like the Mack Truck Bulldog he bolted on the hood of the sacred Chrysler Lebaron, a car that was handed down in the family when he was 16. This was not his first pick of a vehicle, but he made it his own by putting his personal touch on.  He removed the plain Chrysler hood ornament and tossed it to the field, then he attached the Mack Bulldog in its place.  Calvin put his personal touch on everything he did, especially on all our living hearts.  He was truly one of a kind! His absence leaves a profound void in the lives of all who knew him. His legacy of kindness, love, and ability to persevere will endure and live on forever for all those who were fortunate enough to cross his path. Calvin was an earth angel and carried out random check-ins and numerous tasks for his affiliates on this earth, too many to mention, and many we will never know about. He was a lighthouse to so many.

    Calvin may no longer be with us in person but his enormous spirit will continue to be a guiding light to inspire and uplift all of those who carry his memory forward. You are dearly missed, Calvin, and we look forward to the day we will meet again! 

    Calvin is survived by his parents, Thad and Lynda Beal, of Roosevelt; brothers, Gabe (Cassie) Beal, Pinedale Wyoming; Ben (Nikki) Beal, Roosevelt; Whit (Sandra) Beal, Altamont Utah; and several nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly. 

    He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Lawrence and Lillian Beal maternal grandparents, Albert and Elizabeth Jones; uncles, Kip Beal, Rick Beal, and cousin, Dace Beal.  

    Graveside services were held on Friday, February 16, 2024, at the Roosevelt Memorial Park.  

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