Jaye Beadle
Died: Jan 25, 2018
Jaye Beadle
 Services for Jaye will be Wednesday, 2 PM at 3 C Cowboy Church, Salado, Texas.  Jaye died January 25th at a local hospital.

Jaye J. Rogers Beadle, nee Brock, of Salado, TX was born on October 25, 1979 in El Reno, OK and went to be with her Lord on January 25, 2018 after a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer.

Born to her biological parents Julie Brock and John Snelling, Jaye was adopted at a young age by her maternal grandparents, June and Claud Brock. They loved her dearly and gave everything possible to help her succeed in life. Jaye completed Kindergarten – 12th grade in Eufuala, OK, graduating in May of 1999. During high school Jaye was a member of the flag and drill team and was also a member of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, where she served her community and made many friends.

After graduation Jaye felt the calling to serve her country and joined the Army. She served as a traffic control engineer for three years and year as a singer in the Army Soldier Show, lifting the morale of her fellow soldiers. After her tour of service was complete Jaye found her calling as a dispatcher for law enforcement, first working for the Muskogee, Oklahoma police department, and then the Texas Department of Public Safety, before finally becoming a Federal Civilian 911 dispatcher at Fort Hood, Texas.

She is preceded in death by her two eldest children, Elliott and Teagan Rogers, and her maternal grandfather/adopted father Claud Brock. She is survived by her children Brenyn (7) and Georgia June (5) Rogers, of the home, and her husband Kyle Beadle, of the home. She is also survived by her biological parents Julie Brock, of the home, and John Snelling of Noble, OK; her maternal grandmother/adopted mother June Brock, of the home; her brothers Brock Ramsey (wife Christina) of El Reno, OK and Patrick Brock of Clinton, OK; Everett Snelling of Noble, OK: sister, Shelagh Williamson and husband, David: her uncle Dennis Brock (wife Shauna) of Okemah, Ok, uncle Bruce Brock (wife Yvonne) of El Reno, OK, and her aunt Kathy Bell (husband Roy) of Clinton, OK; as well as a host of cousins, nieces and nephews, extended family, and loving friends.



Duane Hiles
February 1st, 2018 8:55 am
Kyle, So sorry for your loss! I know God is there to comfort you at this time.
Doc Dennis Brock
January 29th, 2018 6:18 am
I feel the grief of the loss of you. You were my niece but also my youngest sister. You can now rest and have no more pain. You have no worries for anything especially your children. As long as I live they will be protected and cared for. Now you can keep Daddy company until the rest of this bunch come along. It has been a privilege to have been part of your life and an honor to be your uncle/brother. Go now and fear no more, your race is done. With love I send you on your way.
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