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Philip Mitchell Beck

Posted 2024-06-17 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Jun. 16, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Philip Mitchell Beck, a beloved husband, father, friend, and remarkable
mechanical designer, was born to his father, Charles Boeck, and mother,
Cornelia Mitchell on February 24, 1931, in Elyria, Ohio. Philip passed
away on May 17, 2024, in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Philip's life was a testament to the power of hard work, dedication, and
love for his family. His spirit, enthusiasm for life, and the stories he
told will be forever treasured by the many lives he touched.

Philip's successful career in mechanical design was only one chapter of
his rich and fulfilling life. He was noted for his resourcefulness,
meticulous attention to detail, and his uncanny ability to bring his
innovative designs to life. His work has left an indelible mark on the
industry and serves as an inspiration to the coming generations. Philip
was not only a pioneer in the field but was also a mentor who was always
eager to share his knowledge and experience.

Philip is survived by his loving wife, Eva Helen Beck. He also leaves
behind his sons, James (Debbie), Donald (Maria), and Timothy (Heather),
with whom he shared a beautiful life filled with laughter, love, and RV
travel. They also enjoyed camping and backpacking together, making
memories that would last a lifetime. He is preceded in death by his
father, Charles Boeck, and his mother, Cornelia Mitchell.

Despite our profound sadness, we celebrate Philip's life and the
enduring legacy he leaves behind. We invite you to share your memories
of Philip and upload photos of him on his memorial page. It is through
sharing these memories that we keep Philip's spirit alive in our hearts
and minds.

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