A Memorial Service for Bernard A. Beltran Beaumont, 70, will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday March 2, 2024, at the Journey Church ,3601 Southern Dr., Gillette, WY 82718. Bernard A. Beltran Beaumont was born on Oct. 7, 1953, in Morocco to Jean and Emily Beltran. He joined his loved ones as an angel on Feb. 2, 2024, surrounded by his beloved wife, Mary Beaumont, stepdaughter, Valerie Rose and his son-in-law, Jeremy Rose. He was a man of Christian faith from which he never wavered. Bernard at 5 yrs old moved to his home country of Toulouse, France where he later served in the French Marine Infantry in 1973. His career in the US started as a translator for the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C. for several years. He was a man of art and had a PhD in the art field. He sculpted in many establishments in the D.C. area until he was severely injured. He also worked as a realtor for a short period of time. He later retired from VW of Alexandria. Bernard’s greatest joy was taking long walks with his wife Mary and cooking her extravagant meals. He loved going to the Seafood Warf in Washington DC to purchase fresh fish. At night you could catch him sitting on his deck that he built puffing his moist Montecristo cigar. He was so proud of the home renovations he and his wife did together that included he and his wife's beautiful land scapings. He planted her the prettiest exotic Hibiscus she'd ever seen. He really enjoyed it when their family members, his stepchildren and grandchildren would fly out to visit. He took the opportunity to cook some of his favorite dishes for them. Lastly, Bernard loved going on spur of the moment drives with his wife to Gettysburg, PA., and have lunch at his favorite spot the “Dobin House.” He is survived by his wife Mary Beaumont, stepchildren Valerie Rose, her husband Jeremy Rose, David Apodaca, and his fiancé Jennifer. He was a proud grandpa to Locklyn Petersen, Jais and Brielle Rose, as well as David, Jennifer and their girls, Bella and Sofia. He had a unique relationship with all the family members that he met and got to spend time with. He is the fifth of his siblings to go to heaven, leaving behind Dominique Fernandez. Bernard also has many nephews, nieces, and friends that are all grieving at the loss of such a kind and gentle person. There are too many to name, but they all know he loved them. Bernard is being welcomed by his parents Jean and Emily Beltran, his beloved siblings Christiane Embry, Jean Fernandez, Vincent Beltran, and Josette Bastie. He will also be welcomed by his in-laws Juan and Theresa Roman, and brother-in-law Johnny Roman. Words cannot express the joy he has to be reunited with them. Bernard will be loved and deeply missed by all.