Funeral services for Bob Lee Beauchamp, 78, of Arapaho will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Cornerstone Church.

He died Saturday, July 27, 2019, in his Arapaho home.

Bob Lee Beauchamp was born Dec. 10, 1940, to L.A. and Louise Jane (Corn) Beauchamp in Clinton. He was raised in Arapaho and graduated from Arapaho High School in 1961.

He married Dolores J. Brady on Aug. 26, 1961, in Clinton, and they made their first homes in Clinton and Weatherford.

In his early years Beauchamp worked for Hardin’s Grocery Store and had a bread route with Meads Bread Company. In 1970 he began working for Midwest Farmers in Clinton and later began Custom Harvesting. After retiring from harvesting in 1982, he began buying and selling farm equipment.

Beauchamp was a member of the Cornerstone Church. He loved his girls, enjoyed doing leather work and welding, and was a self-taught mechanical engineer.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Kendall Beau-champ; and a daughter, Lisa Marshall.

Survivors include his wife, of the home; four daughters, Toni Brite and husband Kirk of Marlow, Brenda Hack-worth and husband Randal of Enid, Casey Gipson and husband William of Florida, and DeAnn Martin and husband Devin of Arapaho; four sisters, Dorothy Chlebica, Vergie Winkler and husband Richard of Michigan, Vera Glasscock of Elk City, and Peggy Drinnon and husband Frank of Elk City; two brothers, Joe Beauchamp and wife Lanell of Clinton, and Jake Beauchamp of Woodward.

He is also survived by five grandchildren, Tyler Brite and wife Tori, Kayden Brite and fiancée Drew Biggs, Jonathon Brite, Kaya Hackworth and Sadie Martin; and baby Martin on the way.

The service will be officiated by Pastors Jessie Musick and Roy Dobbs. Burial will conclude in the Arapaho Cemetery under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.