saturday | february 24 | 10:00 AM |@capo beach church

remembering bubba

See that smile? I’ve been looking at that smile for twelve years, and I will miss it more than I can express. Saying goodbye to a friend is one of the hardest things we do in this life, and here we are trying to do just that with Bubba.

Bob Beauchamp, Bubba to everyone who knew him, was an institution in the AA community, one of the co-founders of theeffect, and has been actively supporting and participating in our recovery ministry ever since. His constant friendship and care has made the past ten years of service possible, and we will miss him personally and professionally. More here on Bubba’s life.

We will be remembering our Bubba, on Saturday, February 24. If you knew Bubba, his smile and laugh and effect on us all, please come be with us and his family to celebrate his life and continue the healing. In lieu of flowers, Bubba’s family suggests memorial contributions to theeffect Recovery Ministry.

For more information, call 949-293-4259

Bob “Bubba” Beauchamp Memorial Gathering
Saturday, February 24, 10AM @ Capo Beach Church
25975 Domingo Ave, Capistrano Beach, California 92624

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