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Dr. Wilton Logan Beasley, 76, of Savannah, Georgia, died Sunday morning, December 30, 2018, at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was the son of the late Logan Columbus Beasley and the late Marguerite Rudine Pharr Beasley. Dr. Beasley was a psychologist in Savannah for many years. He loved reading, walking, and admiring nature. He enjoyed art, playing the guitar, and taking care of his cats.

Survivors include two sons, Kevin W. Beasley and his wife, Regan, of Elkhart, Indiana, and David L. Beasley and his wife, Elizabeth, of Richmond Hill, Georgia; one grandson, Logan Timothy Beasley; his wife of 21 years and companion for life, Martha S. Beasley; one sister, Jan Beasley Fields and her husband, Billy; one niece, Heather Fields, and two nephews, Shaun Fields and Brian Fields.a

The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 Thursday at Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

The funeral service will be held at 7 o’clock Thursday evening in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service conducted by The Reverend Dr. Drew Corbett. Interment will be private.

Remembrances: The Humane Society for Greater Savannah – 7215 Sallie Mood Drive, Savannah, Georgia 31406-3922.

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  1. Ronnie Boatright says:

    One of my very best friends at Savannah High School. I am filled with so many fond memories of the crazy times we had together. Both of us played in the band and had several classes together. He lived only a couple of blocks from me and we rode to school together many time. Although we lost touch with each other over the years he was thought of often.

  2. Faythe Merkert says:

    Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the service for Wilton…My daughter Hope will be here from Atlanta and we have tickets for an event at 5:30 PM The tickets are a Christmas present from her.
    Although Wilton and I were out of touch the past few years, we were good friends for more then 35 years that we worked together. He will be missed by many….
    My condolences to Marta, Kevin and David .

  3. Steve and Cathy Mendelsohn says:

    We have known Wilton for years when we both worked at Coastal Center for Developmental Services. Wilton always had a kind word or something funny to say to make you happy. We offer our condolences for your loss. Wilton was a wonderful man and we will miss him.

  4. Curtis Gilreath says:

    Wilton and I met at Armstrong Junior College in 1961. Our adventures over the years, both those that I can mention as well as those I cannot, our memories I will cherish forever.
    You will be missed by many, my dear friend. I loved you like a brother and could never thank you enough for what you meant to me.
    I never go into the mall without remembering the time we spent having lunch and admiring the scenery. I think they will name a bench in your honor.
    Happy journeys, Wilton……until we meet again.

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