DeVon Beck

9/25/1936 ~ 11/19/2020

Charles DeVon Beck, 84, passed away November 19, 2020 at his home in Spring City, Utah. Born September 25, 1936 to Osmer Hayes & Sarah Phyllis Sorensen Beck in Spring City, Utah. DeVon married JoAnne Hall and they raised five children. They later divorced. He married Dorothy Goble September 12, 2003.

DeVon was raised in Spring City, graduated from North Sanpete high school, and attended Snow College where he assisted in teaching the math class. He worked at Kennecott for a short time then he returned to Spring City and began his life long occupation of a sheep farmer. DeVon was one of the main farmers to begin the Horseshoe pressurized Irrigation system. He served on the water board as vice president for many years. He loved sheep farming. He was a visionary farmer, early on in his sheep business he brought in fine wooled rambouilet bucks to improve the wool pool. The Spring City wool pool was Nationally known for their high priced wool. He loved the mountains, hunting, and fishing where he shared many fond memories with family and friends.

He had a keen mind and an amazing memory, especially when it came to friends and family birthdays, he did not only remember the month and day but the year. He was a well rounded avid reader. DeVon loved his family, not spoken, but shown by his interest in their lives, time, care, and concern. Devon was one of the most honest men you would ever meet.

DeVon is survived by his wife Dorothy Beck; children, Chad (Jacquelyn) Beck, Shanna (Mike) Downard, Carl Beck, Sheryl (Daren) Bender, Clay Beck; Dorothy’s children Ken (Linda) Jensen, Troy (Angela) Jensen, Brenda (Allen) Olsen, Bobby (Jaeleen) Jensen, Kathy (David) Taylor, Tamera (Craig) Taylor; sisters, Neva (Boyd) Black, RaNee (Brent) Wagstaff, Boyd (Sandra) Beck. He is preceded in death by his parents, stepson Rusty Christensen, brother Richard Beck; sisters, Phyllis Blain and Lois Corgiat. He has 33 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 12:00 noon in the Spring City Cemetery. A viewing will be held Tuesday, November 24, 2020 from 6:00 Р8:00 p.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary. Online condolences at rasmussenmortuary.com

4 Responses to “DeVon Beck”

  1. Earl & Leslie Clark says:

    Dear Dorothy and Family,
    We were sorry to hear of the passing of DeVon. He was a great man. He always had a smile and a greeting whenever we saw him. We loved to see the two of you riding in your truck every afternoon. You were so good to and for each other. He loved his children and grandchildren. May Heavenly Father bring you peace and comfort in this tender time.
    Love, Earl & Leslie

  2. Kaye Watson says:

    Beck family: Another Spring City icon has left us! He and Phyllis was such great people to ask about their Spring City memories! What a reunion of sheep men and farmers is going on! I was just wondering the other day as I passed the house how he was doing, so now I know. I’ve missed his wave during the past few years when either I wasn’t out and about or he wasn’t. So just one more Wave, only this is for a “See you later, DeVon!”

  3. Whit says:

    So Sorry to hear about the passing of this great man! Another piece of Spring City’s heart is gone.

  4. Sheila Syme says:

    We offer our sincere condolences to the Beck family on the passing of Devon. Through the sadness, we are comforted by 50 plus years of the good memories of this hardworking, family- loving father and grandfather and a very good and kind friend. May God bless you during this time.
    Love,
    Delray and Sheila Syme

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