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Charles Beavens

Charles Beavens

April 10, 1946 November 28, 2019

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Obituary for Charles E. "Chuck" Beavens Jr.

Charles E. Beavens, Jr., 73, of Reading, passed away peacefully on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28, 2019, in the Reading Hospital. Born in Reading, he was a son of Leona (Hoffert) and the late Charles E. Beavens, Sr.

Chuck started schooling in 1952 at the Maple Grove School, a one-room schoolhouse for the 1st Grade. He went on to study at Governor Mifflin schools. later joining the US Army. He always had a fascination for tinkering with motor vehicles, and was a mechanic nearly all his life.

Chuck was born with a generous heart and was always willing to help anyone in need, never expecting anything in return. He also loved the simple things in life, like time spent with his family, and taking long rides in the country on his motorcycle.

Later in life, Chuck embraced new technologies, especially watching races and how to fix things on You Tube, and he was an avid Netflix watcher.

Chuck is survived by his children: son Charles E. Beavens, III. husband of Marrybell, Reading; and his daughter Heather Beavens, partner of Paul Scarborough, Reading; along with his grandchildren: Alexis and Matthew Scarborough. Also surviving are his sisters: Mary, wife of Brian Kachel, Adamstown; Barbara Brunner, wife of Richard Mohler, Adamstown; and his brother David, partner of Yolanda Dejong Hughes, Mohnton; and several nieces and nephews.

Chuck was predeceased by a son, Matthew Beavens, and brother Dennis (Denny) Beavens.

Services will be private at the convenience of Chuck's family.

Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., is in charge of arrangements.

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Paul Beavens Jr

Chuck,You, Denny and Dave were the big brother I never had. I can
remember visiting on Sunday either we 5 come over to you'll or vise versa or having the family get- togethers you on Bass Dave on Guitar and Uncle Chas on the Mandolin. So many memories and always in my heart as if it were yesterday. You'll be with us all in our hearts Love always Paulie
Comment | Posted at 03:27pm via Condolence
MB

Marrybell Beavens

Chuck, you were the greatest father in law a woman could have. You were warm, funny and understanding. I always loved hearing the memories you shared with us, of growing up and watching your son do the same. You loved us and gave us so much guidance, we will miss you so much!
Love, Marrybell Beavens
Comment | Posted at 03:04pm via Condolence
CB

Charlie Beavens

Dad, you have taught me much of what I know now. I will never forget you and will always love you. Regardless of location, I am forever grateful for the last days we could spend together. You will be forever missed. I love you.
Comment | Posted at 01:34pm via Condolence
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