Doyle Beckham Obituary, Death – Funeral services for Mr. Doyle Beckham, who passed away at the age of 76, will be held at Northridge Christian Church on Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 3 p.m. Reverend Craig Portwood will officiate the ceremony. Mr. Doyle Beckham’s life will be commemorated at Northridge Christian Church. The funeral and burial will be held in privacy.
Visitation will begin at 2:00 p.m. and continue up until the start of the funeral service at 4:00 p.m. at the church. Donations to the Animal Rescue Foundation in Milledgeville are being requested in lieu of sending flowers by the family (ARF). Doyle Beckham, a man who was known for his devotion to his family and his role as a friend to everyone he crossed paths with, lost his valiant battle with cancer on Tuesday, December 13, while he was surrounded by the people he loved.
Doyle was known for his role as a friend to everyone he crossed paths with. Before he was born, both of his parents, Eldridge Beckham and Martha Ellis Beckham, along with two of his brothers, Wendell Beckham and Lavern Beckham, had already passed away. Doyle, who was born in Johnson County, Texas, quit school at a young age so that he could concentrate exclusively on providing for his parents, Eldridge and Martha. Doyle was raised in Johnson County. The year 1969 marked the beginning of his journey to become a prosperous business owner when he made his first purchase, which was a gas station named Glo Service Station that was situated on North Jefferson Street in Milledgeville. In the not too distant future, he founded a variety of prosperous businesses, one of which was called Beckham’s Used Cars.
One of the persons he leaves behind is his loving companion Amy Lord Beckham. In addition to his daughters Tina B. Fain (Jim), Mellissa Lindsey, and Laura Beckham, he is survived by his sons Scott Beckham and Brian Beckham (Haley); grandchildren Ashwin Sinha, Aiden Fain, Adison Fain, Jeffrey Beckham, Brianna Beckham, Isabella Beckham, and Braxton Beckham; and a brother named Don Beckham. He is also survived by his sons Scott Beckham and Brian Beckham (