Celebrating the life of Shane Richard Beehler
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Shane Richard Beehler, 43 was tragically taken in a car accident on April 17, 2023. He was born April 23, 1979, in San Clemente CA, to Lucy (Beehler) Zarn and Steve Beehler. When he was two, the family moved to Billings. In 1987, he moved to Roundup with his mom, dad Bill, big sister Heather, and little sister Katie. Roundup was Shane’s home where he made lifelong friends. He loved to play baseball and football and graduated from RHS in 1997.
After high school Shane went on to work in the oil fields, where he made more lifelong friends and memories. Shane spent some time living in California and loved to work with his Uncle Rick where he learned a lot about construction and the beach. Shane held many different jobs throughout his life. Most recently he was working with a good friend, Scott and came home every day tired but happy.
In 2008, Shane’s son Brodey was born. His favorite accomplishment and love. He loved to take Brodey and show him his favorite things, such as fishing and snowboarding. Shane loved to sit and chat about Brodey with everyone.
Shane enjoyed doing anything outdoors that included the mountains or the ocean. He always had to have the best food. He enjoyed experimenting with new seasonings and marinades. Shane loved his nieces and nephews. He most recently was able to spend lots of time with his great-nephews that he adored. He loved to get them to try his food, which they loved. Shane was a die-hard Chicago Bears and Cubs fan. He spread his love and enthusiasm for the Bears and football to his sisters Katie and Heather and eventually his mom, even though she is a true Chargers fan. He shared a good rivalry with his other siblings that loved the Rams, Packers, and 49ers. His son Brodey was even almost named Payton after “Sweetness” Walter Payton. We all have a fond memory of where we were when Shane’s Cubbies won the World Series, making it one of Shane’s favorite days.
Shane’s best quality was how he loves with his big heart. His big smile would make those he greeted smile. His smart-ass comebacks will be missed. Even when Shane was having a tough journey, he had a strong voice that sometimes kept his brother-in-law up. He was always there for anyone that he saw needing help, whether he knew them or not. It was not uncommon to hear someone have a story about how Shane helped them with something. He was just the type of guy to lend a hand whether he knew you or not.
Shane is survived by his mom and dad Bill and Lucy Zarn, son Brodey Richard Beehler, sister Heather Beehler Welch and brother-in-law Jack Welch (Jackhole), sisters Tiffany Beehler and Katie Zarn, brothers Cale Beehler and Dusty Beehler, nephews Colter Welch and Tanner Beehler, nieces BrookeLynn Beehler and Kalei Beehler, Great Nephews Asher Adams and Levi Welch, Grandma Betty Zarn and Grandpa David Henton, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends that were more like family.
Shane was preceded in death by his dad Steve Beehler, his grandparents Adam Beehler, Vern and Bev Flowers, Leo Zarn, and Teresa Henton. His brother Skyleur Weber, his niece Jordan Welch, and numerous other loved ones.
We love you, Shaners. You will be forever missed and in our hearts.
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Celebration of Life
401 11th Ave East
Roundup, MT 59072