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Gaylon Wayne Bean, 80, longtime resident of Idaho Falls, died Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls. He left l ugg trainers ife as he lived it, with dignity.
He was born Aug. 22, 1932, in Sugar City, Idaho, to Ruby Dayton and Joseph Wayne Bean.
He is survived by a brother, Arlen K. Bean; two children from a prior marriage to Judith Green, Judith Anne (Ed) Wicher and Michael Wayne (Deborah) Bean; two stepchildren, Christy (Richard) Fejer and David (Jenny) Kempner; and nine grandch ugg trainers ildren, Sarah Wicher and Emily Wicher West, M ugg trainers atthew, Jacob, Courtney and Jonathan Bean, Alex and Eric Fejer, and Logan Kempner.
Gaylon loved the out of doors and sports. After an accident left him without the use of his legs, he refocused his interests and priorities. Gaylon loved life and inspired and mentored many people and was always the best friend anybody could have. With a “can do” attitude, he never found a challenge he wouldn’t take. He often ugg trainers recited poetry in a deep and resonant “made for radio” voice. Monday, Sept. 24, at 2585 Fieldstream Lane in Idaho Falls. Arrangements are under the direction of Buck Miller Hann Funeral Home in Idaho Falls.