Michael David Beal, 1948~2018
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Michael David Beal, 1948~2018
Michael David Beal, 1948~2018
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Michael David Beal, age 70, passed suddenly on Dec.31, 2018 in Moab. He was born in Salt Lake City on Nov. 24, 1948, the son of David and Norma Beal.

He is survived by his brother, Dennis Beal; his son, Chad Wyatt; ex-wife, Teddie Beal; ex-wife, Cydne Wyatt; and many others from such an amazing family. Michael was preceded in death by his parents David and Norma Beal and his brother Marc Beal. In respect of Michael’s final wishes there will not be a funeral. A graveside service was held on Jan. 8 at Larkin Sunset Gardens in Sandy, Utah. Please visit www.larkincares for full obituary and condolences.

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