Person:Claire Beal (1)

Clarie Verlynn Beal
b.25 Jan 1930 Maxwell, Story, Iowa
m. 30 Jun 1909
  1. James W. Beal1910 - 1998
  2. Blanche Emma Beal1918 - 1978
  3. Howard Kearney Beal1919 - 1919
  4. Clarie Verlynn Beal1930 - 2007
Facts and Events
Name Clarie Verlynn Beal
Gender Male
Birth? 25 Jan 1930 Maxwell, Story, Iowa
Death? 24 Oct 2007 Indian Creek, Story, Iowa

Claire can be found in the following census:

1930 Indian Creek, Story, IA Federal Census

C. Verlynn Beal Nevada Journal 11/01/2007

     C. Verlynn Beal passed away of leukemia at home surrounded by his family on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Funeral services were Saturday, October 27, at the First Christian Church in Adel with burial at the Brethren Cemetery in Maxwell. Friends called Friday at McCalley Funeral Home in Adel where family greeted friends and held a prayer service at 7:00 PM.
     Verlynn was born January 25, 1930, to Roy C. and Bertha Beal of Maxwell. He graduated from Maxwell High School in 1948 and served in the U.S. Army in Japan from 1951 to 1953 during the Korean War. During this time he was awarded the Soldier's Medal for heroism. Verlynn married Margaret Cushing of Van Meter in 1955. They are the parents of Bruce (Deb) of Waukee, Patricia (Larry) Snyder of Waukee, and Jeffrey (Mari) of Urbandale. Their grandchildren are James (Karen), Michael and Jessica Beal, Lauren and Joshua Beal and Lacey Snyder. He has one great grandson, Zander Beal; two step-grandsons, T.C. (Janet) Snyder and Travis (Shawn) Snyder; two step-great grandchildren, Riata and Colton. He is also survived by one cousin, two sisters-in-law and several nieces and nephews.
     Verlynn was an Iowa State Trooper for 26 years and later worked as a security officer at the Federal Courthouse in Des Moines. More recently he had worked for McCalley Funeral Home in Adel. Verlynn was a member of the Adel First Christian Church and a long time choir member and soloist. He had been a member of the Pride of Iowa Barbershop Chorus since 1986 and belonged to the Adel American Legion.
     Memorial contributions may be made to the Adel First Christian Church.
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