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5401 Indian River Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Phone: 757-366-9260
Fax: 757-366-9262
Paul Beaman

Paul Heath Beaman

Wednesday, March 13th, 1957 - Thursday, February 4th, 2021
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Paul Beaman, 63, passed away peacefully February 4th, 2021 with the Lord by is side.

Mr. Beaman was born March 13th, 1957 to Winfield and Margaret Beaman in Norfolk, VA. Paul loved his profession and was a self-described “Combustolgist”. He loved all things racing especially, Drag Racings, John Force and NASCAR’s, Richard Petty and Mark Martin. Paul loved being with his family and teaching how to crab and to be their own, “Combustolgist”. Those who knew Paul would tell you his favorite saying was “watch this! He will always be remembered as a loving husband, father, brother, Pop-Pop and friend. He will be deeply missed.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 23 years, Theresa Beaman; daughter, Jennifer Tinsley; son, Paul J.H. Beaman; brother, Winfield Scott Beaman Jr. and wife Cathy; and two grandsons, Jaycen and Jaxson Tinsley

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Bethany Freewill Baptist Church.
A celebration of Paul’s life will be held on June 5th, 2021 at Bethany Freewill Baptist Church. The time of the Celebration of Paul's life will be updated closer to the day.

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Jan Willinger

Posted at 01:24am
My heart aches over the passing of my dear cousin, Paul Heath Beaman. Paul grew up around the corner from my family, and he and my brother Craig were the best of friends their entire lives. As youngsters, they were known throughtout the neighborhood for their precision skills (projectiles through large windows were a specialty); terrific agility (running from cars they had played tricks on) and archtectural acumen (building a fort out of stolen lumbar from a nearby construction site). I was the annoying little sister, but I sometimes got to join in, and some of my favorite childhood memories involve hanging with these two (those memories also include dissected frogs, hubcaps, bats and climbing through windows, but we won't get into such details here). They even coordinated their schools schedules--both repeated third grade and by high school, they were shipped out to two different military schools (read: frustrated parents!). And yet they both grew into smart, caring down-to-earth men who loved and supported each other and their families. Indeed, Paul and Theresa and Paul Joseph were a major support to Debbie and I during Craig's seven-year battle with cancer. We wouldn't have made it those last six months without them by our side. So now, as I grieve Paul's passing, I also entertain an image of two crazy boys tearing through the afterlife--shooting BB guns, riding minibikes through a mushroom farm, throwing smoke bombs, and blowing up whatever catches their fancy--all with no chance of getting in trouble! And it makes me smile.

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 01:50am

You and your family give us great comfort and love.i know that we all lost a great man.😇🥰

Ted Hughes

Posted at 04:45pm

Ted Hughes

Go Kart racing on the streets back in to Hunt Club Point/Forest. Paul, his brother Scott, and my brother Peter.
Nothing legal of course!
Thanks Paul for fixing all my power toys that broke.

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 07:47pm

Thank you for the great stories. All🥰

Dan Davis

Posted at 03:19pm
Our thoughts and Prayers go out to the Beamon Family. I met Paul at a church picnic, he did most of the cooking and his wife Teresa did most of the catering. He was always nice and friendly to everyone and a good cook. I know there is a place in Heaven for him for he was a good man . I know he will be missed by all that knew him. Rest in peace Paul.

Sincerly; Danny Davis & Family

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 07:49pm

Anyone who knew my husband was very happy to eat Paul's awesome cooking.we made a great tram.

Mick Shaw

Posted at 04:10pm
Met Paul through his cousin Craig Dunning...both great guys who were sincere and genuine and more like brothers than cousins...recently realized that he and Theresa had started attending our Church in our drive-thru phase of Covid precautions. Hoping our Church family can help you grieve and ease your burden somehow too...Jan Dunning helped me make the connection even to Paul and his late Dad...God Bless and comfort you all...Mick Shaw

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 05:10pm

Your church family has been a great help and are still helping with your prayers and funny stories.

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 05:17pm

The church has been a blessing and still is helping.

Delequence and Amy Hill

Posted at 11:06pm

Paul was a great man. He was always their to help anyone that asked with small engine repair and advice in neighborhood. Even after his health began to decline we would still come out to help his fellow neighbors. He will be missed. Theresa and Paul jr, you will be in out thoughts and prayers

Theresa Ann beaman Posted at 07:58pm

Paul always tried to look out for our neighbors. Our awesome neighbors helped us greatly.John and his wife Veronica delivered firewood from the firewood. Just 1 of great stores I could tell u.🥰

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