Lawrence (Larry) Ray Beane
Lawrence (Larry) Ray Beane
Lawrence (Larry) Ray Beane passed away and caught a ride on the wings of a snow white dove on February 18th 2021.

Larry was born on Feb. 3rd 1953 in Belle, Fourche, South Dakota. 

He was one of four children born to Leonard Sr and Mary Beane. 

This is where he and his two brothers Richard and Leonard Jr and his sister Rose grew up. 

He spent his adult life in the mining industry. This path is what brought him to Battle Mountain, Nevada and the love of his life he had truly always hoped for.

It started with a blind date that turned into love at first sight. He and his family would always joke about he married a crazy women and four children.

Larry retired at the age of 65, where he could finally spend his days at the lake stringing lines for his grandchildren.

He enjoyed the outdoors. He would often be found in the yard BBQing, going out shooting and the occasional side-by-side ride. 

The most important thing to him was to always be there for his family.

He is survived by his loving wife Penny, his four amazing children and their spouses, Christopher and Jerrilyn, William and Kady, David and Taylor, Ashkia and Dustin, along with his nine grandchildren, Zoe, Serenity, Lawrence, Lorali, Braylen, James, Jullian, Ashtin, and William. His two brothers and their wives Richard and Linda, and leonard jr and Ruth. also many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and in-laws. 

He is proceeded in death by his parents leonard Sr and Mary along side his sister Rose.

Celebration of life will be held on April 17th at the Battle Mountain Civic Center at 4 p.m.

Lawrence(Larry) Ray Beane passed away and caught a ride on the wings of a snow white dove on February 18th 2021.



Larry was born on Feb. 3rd 1953 in Belle, Fourche, South Dakota. He was one of four children born to Leonard Sr and Mary Beane. This is where he and his two brothers Richard and Leonard Jr and his sister Rose grew up . He spent his adult life in the mining industry. This path is what brought him to Battle Mountain, Nevada and the love of his life he had truly always hoped for. It started with a blind date that turned into love at first sight. He and his family would always joke about he married a crazy women and four children.



Larry retired at the age of 65, where he could finally spend his days at the lake stringing lines for his grandchildren. He enjoyed the outdoors. He would often be found in the yard BBQing, going out shooting and the occasional side-by-side ride. The most important thing to him was to always be there for his family.



He is survived by his loving wife Penny, his four amazing children and their spouses, Christopher and Jerrilyn, William and Kady, David and Taylor, Ashkia and Dustin, along with his nine grandchildren, Zoe, Serenity, Lawrence, Lorali, Braylen, James, Jullian, Ashtin, and William. His two brothers and their wives Richard and Linda, and leonard jr and Ruth. also many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and in-laws. He is proceeded in death by his parents leonard Sr and Mary along side his sister Rose.



Celebration of life will be held on april 17th at the Battle Mountain Civic Center at 4pm