Bernard B. Beyman
March 4, 1924 ~ January 27, 2013
Bernard B. Beyman, 88 years old, died early Sunday morning, January 27, 2013 at Norwalk Hospital.
Born March 4, 1924, in the Bronx New York, Bernie served as a member of the Signal Corp. and a sharpshooter in the infantry for the United States Army during World War II in North Africa, Central Europe, Northern France, Italy and Germany.
Following the War, Bernie married Miriam Simon, also of the Bronx, who now survives him. They were Norwalk residents beginning in 1964, and most recently resided in Redding Connecticut.
He was a graduate of the City College of New York, and Rutgers University where he earned a masters degree in finance.
During a long career as a financial executive and analyst, Bernie worked for several companies in the Defense industry including the former Condec Corporation of Greenwich, Avco Lycoming and Loral Electronic Systems.
In addition to his wife, Bernie is survived by his sons Jon and Rip, their wives, Susan and Michelle, and his five grandchildren Michael, D, Max, Silas and Ruby. He is also survived by his sisters Janet Green, Ethel and her husband Mel Rimmer, and many loving nieces and nephews.
Bernie was an avid Yankee fan having attended games during the Babe Ruth era until the present day. Over the years he enjoyed days at the Stadium with his sons, grandchildren and extended family. He loved political discourse, Sunday talk shows and history books.
Services will be held at Temple Shalom, 259 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut on Tuesday, January 29th at 1:30pm. Burial will follow at the Temple Shalom Cemetery on Richards Avenue. Shiva will be Tuesday following the Cemetery and Wednesday, from 1-5pm and 7-9pm.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to Wounded Warrior Project, Jewish War Veterans or a favorite charity in his honor would be appreciated.
He will be missed and remembered with much love by his many friends and family.