Leo Beus Obituary, Death – Bishop Leo Beus, of Tempe Single Adult ward has sadly passed away yesterday. He fell at his office and passed away suddenly. We got the news really early this morning, and ever since that point, this has been an exceptionally challenging day for all of us to go through and get through it successfully. My life has seen a major transformation for the better since the month of August in the year 2018, when I met Bishop Beus for the very first time. This change came about as a direct result of our conversation.

He was of great use to a very large number of individuals all around the world. His influence was felt all over the world. Bishop Beus is a fantastic illustration of someone who started off with very little but worked their way up to become quite wealthy. He started out with very little but worked his way up. He began with very little, but over time he was able to accumulate more. Because of the many things that he has achieved in his life, I have a great degree of regard for him. His accomplishments have earned him this respect from me.

He did not stop working right up until the precise moment that he took his last breath. Not only did he contribute his time, but he also contributed his money and other resources. He was very generous.  He helped those around him who were in a difficult situation. Because of everything that Bishop Beus has done during his life in order to be of assistance to other people, a sizeable number of people have benefited not just monetarily, but also emotionally and spiritually as a result of his actions. This is due to the fact that Bishop Beus has been extremely helpful to a large number of other people and has performed a large number of kind acts for them.

To say that we miss Bishop Beus would be somewhat of an understatement, but the truth is that we do miss him very much. we yearn for him in the most fundamental sense that’s even imaginable. we do. Because there is no strategy that we find satisfactory, we am unable to convey to others the significance that he holds in my life in any way that is practical or plausible. Funeral services will be held this Saturday, November 19th, at 10 a.m. in the Tempe Stake Center chapel. The viewing will take place in the Tempe Stake Center on Friday night from 6 to 8 p.m. (2707 S. College Av)