Jesse D. Bean
Nov 26, 1933 – Sep 27, 2012
Jesse D. Bean, 78, of Lousia County passed away Thursday, September 27, 2012 at Louisa Health and Rehab.Survivors include his wife, Mary Bean; sons Jesse Lee Bean and wife Patsy of Orange County, Michael Bean and wife Pamela of Winchester and James Bean of North Carolina; daughter Dorothy Bean of Warrenton; step-son John Michael Lanham and of Louisa; step-daughter Carol Joan Faulk and husband Terry of Rhodesville; brother Everett Atwood Bean and wife Mary of Middletown; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren.In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Legacy Hospice, CHA Foundation 675 Peter Jefferson Parkway, Suite 180 Charlottesville, VA 22911.
May you rest in peace Jesse.
I learned years ago with my dad the best way to get along with him was to be invisible, I wish many time for it to be different… I have always loved my father (POP)
Daddy, yesterday I said farewell to my father, until I join him in heaven. As I attended his service it was with my head high and proud knowing he was my hero, my mentor, an awesome person to have in my life. Through the last several years, my father and I have had laughs, cries, and sorrows. The best part was, we did it together. God Bless you, my father, for you will always be in my heart and my soul.
Dad was the smartest man I ever knew, just wish I had been a better listener. My father loved helping everyone. You will be forever in my thoughts and in my heart. RIP Love your Son Michael
To My Uncle Jesse,What I loved about you was your sense of humor. No matter how he felt he always said something to make you laugh. You will be forever miss. I loved you like a Dad
My sincere sorrow at the end of a well ran race of life for a man that anchored so many. We shall miss the wisdom and encouragement you offered in the times of need. God called you home to rest from the many miles of life`s journey you did travel. A soldier, a husband, a father, a friend, a grandfather, a mentor, a wise old gyesser and so many more….but for me just a Pa Pa!! I love you grandfather.
My grandpa was a loyal man to our family. I will miss rubbing his head and watching him laugh. Even when he was in the hospital he always had those smart remarks.RIP to my favorite grandpa
Grandpa and I have had some awsome times together.One of my most loved memories is when we went fishing. I love him a lot and wish that he was still here so that we could still go fishing and do other things. I love you, grandpa.
Uncle Jesse, You will be missed, but I will see you in heaven one day. Don`t have too much fun up there without us. You always knew how to make people laugh with your jokes, stories & comments. Even though I didn`t see much of you in the past 20 years, I still thought of you often. I love you!!