Mourning Monte Beckman...
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I am just writing to pass along the news that one-time well-loved resident saddle maker at Western Image, Monte Beckman, has left an unfillable hole in the universe with his passing.

Monte died Feb. 27 in Enterprise, Oregon, where he was living with his son, Dale and his daughter-in-law, Cassie, and family. Monte spent his last few years passing his skills and his love on to his sons.

He was preceded in death by his son, Jared. He is survived by sons, Dale, Levi, Isaac, Walker and their beautiful families. Rest easy, Beckman We’ll catch you on the flip side.

—Leona Rite

Mesa, Arizona

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