William Beggs

October 21, 1936 - July 24, 2020

William Dale “Bill” Beggs, 83, of Pine Ridge Community, past from this earth to meet his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Friday, July 24, 2020. He was born on October 21, 1936, in Beaumont and grew up in South Park, to his parents Elma Emily Wright Beggs and James Henry Beggs, Jr.

Bill graduated from Lamar University with a degree in mathematics and political science and then later graduated from the University of Texas with his Juris Doctorate and practiced law for over sixty years; had a construction business, Tejas Utilities; worked in the industries of oil and gas; he also had a job with the Ninth Court of Appeals in Beaumont; was the first Republican Judge in Hardin County, appointed by Governor George W. Bush; and practiced law in Kountze for over twenty years. Bill gave his heart to the Lord many years ago, was an active member of Pine Ridge Baptist Church, and he loved the times he was able to teach Sunday School. Bill also studied the Bible in depth, and he had many books on just about every subject in the Bible. Bill loved sharing the word, was a mentor to so many people, and he was always reaching out, and the Lord also allowed him to go on several mission trips to Mexico and Belize. Bill loved his family, friends and church family. He enjoyed buying and rebuilding old cars, riding motorcycles, loved riding in the Hill Country, and he also made a trip to Sturgis. Bill’s most recent passion, with a few of his closest friends was rebuilding a ’62 Vette.

Survivors include his loving and devoted wife of forty-three years, Linda Beggs of Pine Ridge; children, Jessica Richards and her husband, James, of Vidor; Bill Beggs and his wife, Rosemary Carrillo, of Tustin, California; Chris Beggs and his wife, Diane; Patrick Beggs and his wife, Penny, all of Vidor; sister, Patricia Beggs; grandchildren, Jennifer, Jeffery, Josh, Alec, Andrew, Lauriann, Chelsea, and Chad; ten great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews. Bill is preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Bob Beggs and Jim Beggs.

We are so grateful that God allowed us to be able to enjoy life’s journey with you, we will always cherish the memories. A real love never goes away, it stays in your heart forever, we know you are in the arms of Jesus, so this is not goodbye, but see you later.

A gathering of Bill Beggs’ family and friends will begin 11:00 a.m., with his funeral service at 2:00 p.m., Monday, July 27, 2020, at Pine Ridge Baptist Church, 13430 TX-421, Kountze. His interment will follow at Pine Ridge Cemetery, Kountze, under the direction of Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee.

Memorial contributions may be made to Pine Ridge Baptist Church, P.O. Box 568, Sour Lake, Texas 77659 and American Cancer Society, PO Box 42040, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73123.

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Shirley Stephens

Linda I was saddened by the passing of Bill! My prayers are with you and your family!!!

Michael & Cheryl Moyer

To our neighbors , Jeff & Kristina you and your family are in our prayers. Blessings for strength and comfort at this difficult time. Michael & Cheryl Moyer

Pam Griffin

I am so sorry for the loss of Bill. He was truly one of the greatest friends and lawyer. Heaven gained another Angel. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family. Fly high Bill.

Mary Hendrick

Linda I was so saddened to hear of Bill passing away. My prayers are with you and your family.

Gene (Tommy) Barnes

My deepest condolences to the family along with my prayers for their comfort in Bro. Bills passing. I cannot calculate the hours of conversation, Bible study and prayers I have spent knee to knee and heart to heart with Bill. He had a passion for The Word, a desire to (in his words) "get it right" that will always be branded in my understanding as evidence of a "man after God's own heart". I encourage each of you during the celebration of his passing to have confidence in knowing he is now worshipping at the feet of Jesus because "he got it right".... Tommy and Penny Barnes

Sandra Somers

I will never forget Bill & his kindness. Linda and Bill were friends to my parents before my parents passed. My dad was a mechanic and he worked on Bill and Linda’s vehicles. I am a nurse and was working in Home Health, several, several years ago. I don’t think I ever told Bill or Linda this, but I had an encounter with the sweetest lil woman. She was old, she was poor, and she was weak, and old. When we chatted and she found out where I lived she asked me if I knew Bill and Linda. I was so surprised and said well yes I know them they are family friends and neighbors.. I was so surprised that she knew them then she went on to tell me of the unbelievable kindness and caring hearts that Bill and Linda had toward her in the unbelievable things they did to help this little, old, woman , who lived alone. , I was so amazed to hear that routinely y’all bought and brought her groceries,, fresh vegetables and fruit., and had prayer with her,. Linda I am so sorry for your loss & you are in my prayers no doubt that Bill is living eternity in heaven and glory where he will be waiting for you, and I am sure him and my dad are already talking about cars.

Donnece Foster

Linda, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray you will be comforted

Donna Beggs Ulbik

So sorry to hear of Uncle Bill's passing. He was always so much fun. I have fond childhood memories of Uncle Bill laughing and just enjoying life. He loved a good time and we loved him.. Our prayers are with the entire family. Rest in peace Uncle Bill..

Joe and Pat Markham

We were so sorry to hear about Bill. I’m so glad he and Joe were friends. You and your family are in our prayers.

Kendra Brown

I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Bill's passing. I spent many a time with him and Aunt Linda. He was a very special person. I love you both. Kendra

Cheryl Richards

I remember you as kind and friendly and I know you will be deeply missed by your family and friends.Prayers for strength and comfort for the family

Marlin King

So sorry for your loss. Bill was an amazing man, loves by many. He will be missed.

Richard Nelson

Rest in peace, Judge.

Ed Cain

Linda, we are sorry to hear of Bills passing. Our prayers will be with you and the family. God Bless.

Debbie and Mike Gentry

Jeffery and Family, we are so sorry for your loss! May God hold you in his loving arms and give you peace. We love you. Mike and Debbie Gentry

Joseph Gonzalez

So sorry for y’all loss he was a great man

Kathy Bourque Buxton

So very sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers and I pray that God will hold you, comfort you and strengthen you. Love Kathy.

Mildred Watson

Linda, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. It was always a pleasure visiting with y'all at the SPHS Class of '54 gatherings. sphs Class of '54

Miles Barnett

We talked long about heaven and the glory there. Brother Bill made it no doubt. We will all rejoice on that day. We will miss you until then.