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Dr. Nicholas Anthony Beauchamp

February 20, 1936 - January 26, 2019

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Posted by:
David G Beauchamp

Posted on:
February 3, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends during this time of grief and passing. Nick and his late wife Eva helped to care for my parents (his older brother and sister-in-law) in their later days. He will be missed by his family for his intellect, travel stories, and musical abilities.

Posted by:
George Jackson

Posted on:
January 29, 2019

I was sorry to read about the passing of Dr. Nicholas. So I wanted to offer my condolence.May you find comfort in the words of the Lord Jesus in (John 5:28, 29) "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29?and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life"

Posted by:
Lisa Rae Ring

Posted on:
January 29, 2019

I would like to offer my condolences to all family and friends. May God grant you peace and comfort. Nicholas is one of the most amazing people I have ever met. I had the privilege of sharing the stage with him on two occasions. I am blessed to have been able to get to know Nicholas. I knew the joy of frequent conversation with this extraordinary fellow. I will deeply miss him but forever hold him in my heart as a mentor and friend.

Posted by:
Mir, Jelena & Nena Dujin

Posted on:
January 29, 2019

Posted by: Posted on: January 29, 2019 Hearing about Nicholas' passing was emotional, and brought back memories of moments we shared with both Nicholas and his late wife Eva. They were truly dear friends always ready to help, in many ways they could. Back in 2016 they invited me to stay at their home for several months after loosing my job. I recall Nicholas was diagnosed with cancer either around late-2015 / early 2016 time-frame (I do not recall details), but choose not to undergo traditional medial therapies. Considering his age I believe it was a decision which gave him several more years among us. Over year both Nicolas and his five traveled a lot and visited many countries. In their travels to Europe they briefly visited Serbia (Decembers 2011 and 2012). I recall both Eva and Nicolas experienced many memorable and joyful experiences and reunions with old friends during their trips. I would also like to note that Nicolas was avid reader, their home library was remarkable. I recall both Eva and Nicolas enjoyed regularly playing vocabulary puzzles. Nicolas also helped me drafting several of my letters with remarkable eloquence. Anyone who red these letter immediately observed their high style. Nicholas also enjoyed making grape wine and regularly shared it with friends and family. We are honored that Eva and Nicolas were our friends and are forever grateful for their kindness and positive outlook. I'm sure Nicolas is now enjoying his reunion with Eva, and other closed friends and family on the other side. Our heartfelt sympathy to Beauchamp family during this difficult time of grief.