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Background Information

Employment History

ter Member and Past President

Bow Rotary Club

President

New Hampshire Graphic Arts Association

Position, Graphic Art Business

Rumford Press

Sales Manager

Lake Press

Affiliations

Member
U.S. Navy

Member
First Congregational Church

Member
Passaconaway Outing Club

Member
United Methodist Church of Osteen , Fla.

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Howard G. Bean, OSTEEN, Fla.

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Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.

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Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.
Saturday , October 27 , 2001
OSTEEN , Fla. - Howard G. Bean , 75 , formerly of Concord and Bow , died Thursday at Central Florida Regional Hospital after a short illness.He was born in Claremont , the son of Shirley and Ruth Bean.He was raised in Sunapee and lived in Concord with his family.He later moved to Osteen , Fla. , where he lived for 20 years.He served with the U.S. Navy during World War II.He worked in the graphic art business for Rumford Press ; was former sales manager of Lake Press in Burlington , Vt. ; founded the former Village Press in Concord in 1966 ; and was founder and publisher of the former New Hampshire Echoes magazine.He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Osteen , Fla. , and former member of First Congregational Church in Concord.He was a charter member and past president of the Bow Rotary Club ; member of Passaconaway Outing Club , the Senior Friends , Blazing Star Lodge of F&AM , Bektash Temple Shrine and the Deltona Elks Lodge 2739 , where he held the office of lecturing knight ; volunteer at Sanford Auxiliary ; received the Award of Merit from the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce in 1971 ; and former president of the New Hampshire Graphic Arts Association.Survivors include his wife of 56 years , Barbara Bean ; a son , Richard Bean of Chichester ; three daughters , Carol Bean of Concord , Patricia Kingwill and Joanne Ives , both of Bow ; eight grandchildren ; and a great-grandson.Memorial services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Kove Estates in Osteen , Fla..


OrlandoSentinel.com: Obituaries

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HOWARD G. BEAN , 75 , Blue Heron Boulevard , Osteen , died Thursday , Oct. 25.Mr. Bean was former owner of the Village Press.Born in Claremont , N.H. , he moved to Central Florida in 1981.He was a member of Blazing Star Lodge F&AM and Deltona Elks Lodge 2739.He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Osteen.He was a Navy veteran of World War II.

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Survivors : sons , Marshall , Howard ; sisters , Ruth Busbee , Sun City Center , Marjorie Holland , Goldsboro , N.C. Grissom Funeral Home & Crematory , Kissimmee.
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Survivors : husband , Warren ; sister , Ruth ; son , Howard ; one grandson ; two great-grandchildren.


Howard G. Bean, OSTEEN, Fla.

www.cmonitor.com [cached]

Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.

CLASSIFIEDS PLACE A CLASSIFIED SUBSCRIBE ZIP2 YELLOW PAGES MOST POPULAR NEWS REVIEW SEARCH.
The Concord Monitor online edition/NEWS/RECORD/OBITUARIES/
FRONT PAGE
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Howard G. Bean , OSTEEN , Fla.
Saturday , October 27 , 2001
OSTEEN , Fla. - Howard G. Bean , 75 , formerly of Concord and Bow , died Thursday at Central Florida Regional Hospital after a short illness.He was born in Claremont , the son of Shirley and Ruth Bean.He was raised in Sunapee and lived in Concord with his family.He later moved to Osteen , Fla. , where he lived for 20 years.He served with the U.S. Navy during World War II.He worked in the graphic art business for Rumford Press ; was former sales manager of Lake Press in Burlington , Vt. ; founded the former Village Press in Concord in 1966 ; and was founder and publisher of the former New Hampshire Echoes magazine.He was a member of the United Methodist Church of Osteen , Fla. , and former member of First Congregational Church in Concord.He was a charter member and past president of the Bow Rotary Club ; member of Passaconaway Outing Club , the Senior Friends , Blazing Star Lodge of F&AM , Bektash Temple Shrine and the Deltona Elks Lodge 2739 , where he held the office of lecturing knight ; volunteer at Sanford Auxiliary ; received the Award of Merit from the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce in 1971 ; and former president of the New Hampshire Graphic Arts Association.Survivors include his wife of 56 years , Barbara Bean ; a son , Richard Bean of Chichester ; three daughters , Carol Bean of Concord , Patricia Kingwill and Joanne Ives , both of Bow ; eight grandchildren ; and a great-grandson.Memorial services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Kove Estates in Osteen , Fla..

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