In Remembrance of Marc Alan Beynon

Marc Alan Beynon

Marc Alan Beynon

Fort Covington, NY September 6, 1970 ~ August 10, 2014 Date of Service: August 16, 2014


Marc A. Beynon, 43, of Ft. Covington, NY, died Sunday morning from an accidental fall while at his son’s house in Bombay, NY.


Born in Scranton, he was the son of David W. Beynon, Jr. and the late Carolyn J. Beynon.  He was a graduate of LaSalle Institute in Troy, studied at Hudson Valley Community College, spent the majority of his career as a manager at Staples, and most recently was employed by Community Connetions of Franklin County, NY. 


He most enjoyed spending time with family and friends, including fishing and exploring with his son, Evan.  He touched so many lives of his friends, family and coworkers.  He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. 


Also surviving is a brother, Michael Beynon and wife Michele, MA; a son, Evan Michael Adam Smith and his mother, Michele Smith, NY; stepchildren Nicole Ramundo, Samantha Ramundo-Renaud, and Tracey-Jo Ramundo, and their mother, Colleen Ramundo, all of NY; niece Heather DeCesare and nephew Carl DeCesare, NY; numerous cousins. 


He was preceded in death by a fiancée, Kimberly DiCerbo, and an infant brother, David.


The funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, Inc., 318 E. Drinker St., Dunmore.  Interment in Milwaukee Cemetery, Clarks Summit.  Friends may call Friday evening from 4-7 p.m.

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chris hastings
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Marc will be missed
Reply #7 on : Fri August 15, 2014, 23:18:31
I got to know Marc just recently visiting Community Connections, we were able to help one another out and looked forward to our conversations with one another. I found myself feeling a loss when I stopped into Community Connections today ... Thanks Marc for our friendship. Go In Peace
Kevin Kussmaul
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Re: In Remembrance of Marc Alan Beynon
Reply #6 on : Fri August 15, 2014, 14:37:29
Marc,
I'm happy that I was able to share in so many Memorable moments with you. You will be missed by all who you knew. I am saddened that your son had only gotten to spend a short time with you on this planet. I'm sure he will cherish those memories. Take it slow brother!
Ruth Oakley
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In Loving Memory
Reply #5 on : Thu August 14, 2014, 11:33:50
There are no words that can express the love and happiness he shared with everyone. He will be greatly missed.
Heather Campbell
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Deepest sympathy...
Reply #4 on : Wed August 13, 2014, 23:21:56
I am so sad for all of Marc's friends and family for our loss. His smile was truly a gift I am grateful to have witnessed. I am also grateful he passed the test of this life and is able to be free from further trials. I imagine Heaven is a bit shaken right now from the reunion of Marc and Ross...hope they aren't causing too much trouble. With love, Heather.
maryelizabeth barbarisi
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Re: In Remembrance of Marc Alan Beynon
Reply #3 on : Wed August 13, 2014, 18:42:02
i am so saddened by this unfortunate
loss.... peace and love to all our family
and friends...we do not know what tomorrow brings
Fred Perrine
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So Sorry about your loss
Reply #2 on : Wed August 13, 2014, 07:31:23
It has been many years since I have seen Marc.He was a funnny young man that had a lot in his step. I am glad to have had some memories with him and a few of friends in the 80's in clifton park. Very sorry to hear of his passing.
Samantha Ramundo-Renaud
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Re: In Remembrance of Marc Alan Beynon
Reply #1 on : Tue August 12, 2014, 21:19:49
You had come into my life when I was just a child and you were always funny and full of such great energy. You helped my mother, Colleen, raise my sisters and I without question and you always treated us like your own. You were an amazing stepfather, Marc. You have taught me so many things and you were always there for me no matter what. You loved me unconditionally. It's hard to accept that you're gone now, but I know that we'll meet again one day.

To Grandpa Beynon, Uncle Mike, Aunt Michele and the rest of the family... Please accept my deepest sympathy in this time of grieving.