ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Beau Equels, 42 years old, born on September 22, 1978, and passed away on February 7, 2021. We will remember him forever.

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Beau Equels

Beau Jeffrey Equels,42 of Yucaipa, went to be with our Lord and Savior on February 7. 2021 after a short battle with COVID-19. He is survived by his parents, Phillip and Eva Equels of Yucaipa, sister and brother-in-law, Jodie and Karlo Bada, also of Yucaipa, Grandfather, Terry Landreth of Hemet, 2 aunts, 1 uncle and lots of cousins and friends. When Beau lived in Colton, he was lovingly known as the Olive Street Greeter. Beau was also a faithful congregant of Centerpoint Church in Colton.

Due to the pandemic, memorial services are only for close friends and family. In lieu of flowers, family is asking to please donate to MECP2 research: www.mecp2d.org/donate.
Beau Jeffrey Equels,42 of Yucaipa, went to be with our Lord and Savior on February 7. 2021 after a short battle with COVID-19. He is survived by his parents, Phillip and Eva Equels of Yucaipa, sister and brother-in-law, Jodie and Karlo Bada, also of Yucaipa, Grandfather, Terry Landreth of Hemet, 2 aunts, 1 uncle and lots of cousins and friends. When Beau lived in Colton, he was lovingly known as the Olive Street Greeter. Beau was also a faithful congregant of Centerpoint Church in Colton.

Due to the pandemic, memorial services are only for close friends and family. In lieu of flowers, family is asking to please donate to MECP2 research: www.mecp2d.org/donate.

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My loving brother

Shared by Jodie Bada on February 8, 2021
Beau is my brother, that will never be taken away from me. The one story I'd like to share is when I  was suffering with deep depression in high school. I had lost a friend from a horrible motorcycle accident, 2 of my best friends had moved away, and to top it off, I had headaches everyday due to what was later diagnosed as a cyst in my sinus area. One day, it had been too much and I was sitting in our room (yes, we shared a room), I was crying and Beau walked by. He stopped and looked into our room. He saw me distressed, and came in and sat on the bed next to me. He didn't have a huge vocabulary, but he knew how to be a big brother. He put his arm around me, and pulled me close. He held me tight while I cried. Soon, I felt better and I stopped crying, it was only then that he knew it was okay to go about his business. He meant the world to me, and I know I meant the world to him. I will never stop loving you, Beau. You are the best big brother, even if you are no longer with us. I know you are in Heaven enjoying every minute of being free of the disability you had on this earth and no longer suffering from COVID. I will see you again one day, this is not goodbye, it's just see you later.