Jim Beaumont Obituary, Death Cause – On Sunday, April 9th, I’m sorry to inform you that Grant Beaumont, also known as Jim, passed away. It is with a very sad heart that I have to tell you this news. He had 97 years under his belt. When Jane, Arnna, and Grant Beaumont were kidnapped from Glenelg in January 1966, their lives, as well as the lives of their parents, Nancy and Jim, were profoundly changed.
I am in awe of this man because the amount of agony that he has through is the kind of thing that would have broken most people, including me, but he has managed to make it to his 97th year on this earth after having been through all of that. What bravery it took for him to stay alive till his 97th year despite all the suffering he had to go through. R.I.P Jim Beaumont.
Since then, their nightmare had persisted throughout the years; not only did they have to go through the anguish and sorrow of not knowing what had happened to their children, but they also had to go through the anguish of not being able to calmly put their young children to sleep at night. On earth, Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont had lives that were anything but tranquil since they constantly speculated about what had become of those unhappy little souls and wondered what had happened to them.
I can only hope that the persons involved have had a horrific 56 years in whatever form it took for them to suffer the consequences of their actions. I pray that everyone in the family has been able to find some degree of peace and that the mystery surrounding what took place will be answered as quickly as possible. Earlier this week, a private cremation service was held in honor of the deceased.
Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of Jim’s family. On behalf of everyone in this room, we are really sorry for your loss. I pray that Jim is finally able to find the peace he so desperately seeks and that he gets reunited with his wonderful children.