Christopher A. Beasley

1979 ∼ 2020

Christopher A. Beasley

Christopher Adam Beasley, 41, of Dennis MA., unexpectedly passed away in his home on August 30, 2020.

Christopher was born on March 14, 1979, to Dianne Beasley and Brian Beasley at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, MA. He was part of the Dennis- Yarmouth Regional High School graduating class of 1998.

Professionally, Christopher was a self-employed general contractor. Most recently, he was employed as the construction supervisor for RKM Property Management in Provincetown. 

Christopher enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his three children. He was surrounded by many close friends who he also considered family. He spent most of his days playing sports with his friends, spending time at the beach, fishing, break dancing, making jokes, and making sure everyone felt loved and important. He had an overwhelmingly infectious smile that could be felt by everyone around him.

Christopher was predeceased by his Grandparents Joseph and Alice Beasley, Grandmother Francais Filoramo-Distaula, and John Distaula, and his Godfather Michael Distaula. He is survived by his father Brian and mother Dianne, children Elijah, Angelina, and Siobhan Beasley, his siblings Shaun and Courtney Beasley (nieces Savannah and Lilianna), Katherine Beasley and Ted Omo, Joseph and Joslyn Beasley, Emma Beasley, girlfriend Kristin Libby, as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Due to COVID-19 the ceremony will be private.

Christopher A. Beasley

1979 ∼ 2020

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