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Over the years, Bill served on the Phoenix Planning Commission, held many offices for the Downtown YMCA and Midtown Rotary, and was active in the Phoenix Ski Club and NMMI and UPenn alumni groups.
He supported many people and organizations with his time, energy, leadership, and resources.
He attended New Mexico Military Institute for high school and college, where he was known as WP, and went to Japan with the Army during World War II.
Upon his return, he took his MBA at Wharton then began a career in real estate development among the first recruits at Coldwell Banker’s then-new Phoenix office.
Bill was also a father: father to his children, and adopted father to many younger men and women who came to know, respect, and love him.
Despite an ubiquitous to-do list, he was always present for and involved with those he cared for, sharing his love of music, the fun of water and snow skiing, the skills of a craftsman, his enthusiasm for life, his good sense, good humor, and good heart.
He was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Army in 1951 and served at Ft. After the Army he worked in Arizona and later joined New York Life Insurance Company as an agent in 1956. Favorite Church activities included attending the annual family Church retreats, delivering Meals on Wheels, and participating in the CROP walk.
William is survived by his sister, Margaret Reiter, her husband the Honorable P. Born December 15, 1929 in Silver City, New Mexico, he graduated from New Mexico Military Institute and attended the University of Texas at El Paso. While living in Georgetown he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.
1950 SC ~ 23-May-2012 83, passed away May 23, 2012, in Houston, TX. He was born to William Henry and Lucy Mae (Fulwiler) Beattie on June 20, 1932 in Santiago, Chile. in Geography from the University of Colorado and was a member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. After retiring to Sun City Texas in 2000, Bud participated in and was an active member of the Hiking club, H. Of Gurnee, IL, daughter, Robin Curts of Cheney, WA; step-daughter, Cassandra Gamble of Fennville, MI; grandchildren, Derek Beattie of Gurnee, IL; Holly and Garrett Beattie of Grays Lake, IL; Clover Kipp of Grand Rapids, MI, Amber Kipp of Holland, MI, Inga Michaelis of Mequon, WI, Lily Gamble of Fennville, MI, Hollie Curts of Neligh, NE and Trevor Curts of Cheney, WA; and brother-in-law, Don White of Galesburg, IL. 1950 JC ~ 21-Nov-2009 Retired Food Industry Executive died on Nov. Graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, NM., and of San Jose State University where he was a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity. Jack graduated from Corpus Christi High School in 1948, before attending the New Mexico Military Institute and graduating from Baylor University in 1952. He retired in Roswell in 1988, living the remaining years in Brookfield Country Club where he and his wife enjoyed wonderful friendships with their many friends and neighbors. 1950 HS ~ 08-May-2011 age 78, of Georgetown, TX passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2011 due to complications of Alzheimer’s. Bud was a member of the Optimist Club and commissioner of youth baseball while in Deerfield, Illinois. Survivors include his wife, Sherry Beattie of Georgetown, TX; two sons, Ross Beattie of Gilberts, IL and Charles Beattie, Jr. He rose rapidly with New York Life in management positions in El Paso, Atlanta, and Raleigh before being promoted to Vice President in 1973. He worked for 3 major corporations during his career: The Boeing Company, Baxter Travenol Labs, and Hanna Resins. He was preceded in death by his mother, father, and step-mother as well as his sister, Billie Jean White and his step-son, Justin Clark. He attended New Mexico Military Institute for three years in secondary school and finished Lubbock High School in 1949. Active in the CA Grocers Association and the Western Assoc. He was a 50 year member of the Illuminators, Inc., and was a dimmed headlite of the Illuminators. Army during the Korean War with the 2nd Infantry Div. A proud man who enjoyed life with his family and friends to the end. Jack was born November 25, 1930 to Katherine (Nicholson) and Dr. Always knowing that he would return to Corpus Christi, Texas, Jack proudly served two years in the United States Air Force then returned home to establish his dental practice in 1959. He was born and reared and attended primary school in Lubbock. of Morton and Gary Ruben Adams of Lubbock; grandchildren Liz Adams John Adams and Gary Adams II; 2 great-grandchildren; brother Charles Adams, III of Lubbock; half-brother Zane Scott Adams of Arlington; sisters Martha Adams Mc Caleb and Nancy Adams Barnes both of Scottsdale AZ; nephews Russ Mc Caleb David Mc Caleb and Michael Mc Caleb; niece Lisa Porter. He married Sherry Lynn Barger on August 13, 1983 in Western Springs, IL. 21, at age 79 due to complications from a car accident on Nov. Retired as a supplier to the retail food industry after over 40 years service as vice president of Pioneer Soap Co., Inc. Director of Distribution of Mothers Cake and Cookie CO., Oakland, CA, Pioneer Associates, Arnold, CA. Roemer “Jack” 1950 JC ~ 10-Nov-2013 passed away November 10, 2013 in Corpus Christi, Texas at the age of 82. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies, Jack attended dental school at the University of Texas and received his DDS degree in 1956.