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Ann Elicia Siegel Beck

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Ann Elicia Siegel Beck, age 93, passed away at home on January 10, 2019.

Ann, as known to family and friends, was wife of the late Robert Thomas Beck, daughter of the late Carl and Nevies Siegel and sister of the late Albert George Siegel. She was a loving mother to her sons, Bob Jr. and Bill and daughter, Bonnie.

Ann was born in Englewood, New Jersey, and graduated from Miami Beach High School. She worked for the Chief Pilot, Pan American World Airways, in Miami where she met her future husband Bob, who was a pilot for the airline. After the birth of their last child Ann and Bob moved to Melbourne in 1955 and built their home where Ann lived for 64 years.

After her children graduated high school, Ann worked briefly for the (old) Melbourne Airport and then 19 years for the City of Melbourne Engineering Department. Ann loved visiting with family and friends, hosting family gatherings, cooking, traveling, working in her yard and gardens and playing bridge.

Ann is survived by her children, Robert Thomas Beck Jr. of Belton, Texas and Melbourne, Florida, William Paul Beck (Gail) of Tallahassee, and Bonnie Beck Hunter (Vic Bartfay) of Palm Bay; granddaughter, Laura Beck Dozier (Steve) of Cape Coral; nephew, David Siegel (Kathy) of Carmel, California; niece, Michele Siegel Ashley (Patrick) of Bermuda Dunes, California and grand nephews and nieces.

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Condolence

Bill Sargent, for the Sargent Family

February 4, 2019, 10:12 pm

Our sincere condolences to the family of our fine neighbor Ann Beck. Ann and her husband Bob built their new home on Country Club Road in 1955 just around the corner from the home on Melbourne Avenue that the Sargents purchased the same year. For many years it was home for Betty Sargent and her sons Bill and Jimmy. It is now the home of Bill and and his wife Barbara. We always commented on the beauty of the Beck home. Very often through the years we’d see Mrs. Beck working in her yard, forever making it appear perfect. It was obvious Mrs. Beck took great pride in her home and herself as well. She always dressed beautifully with so much class. We will surely miss her as the fine neighbor and beautiful lady that she was for all those years.

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