On the morning of January 3, 2023, Delores Laverne Beaman was called home to be with the Lord. Delores was born on January 2, 1937 in Washington, D.C. to the late Eugene and Pearl Hall. \n\nDelores was educated in the District of Columbia Public School System and graduated from Spingarn High School. After graduation, she began a career in the Federal Government as an Executive Secretary at Saint Elizabeth's Hospital, and subsequently retired in 1987 with 30 years of federal service. After retiring, Delores pursued a second career as a Real Estate Agent helping others achieve their dreams of home ownership. \n\nOn August 30, 1975, Delores married Earl Nathaniel Beaman. From this union, one child was born: Darlene Marie Beaman. Prior to their marriage, Earl had two children from a previous marriage: Sheila Theresa Beaman and Earl Leon Beaman, and Delores had one child, Brenda Morgan.\n\nDelores enjoyed spending time with family and friends, and was inseparable from her late husband Earl. who was called home to be with the Lord on October 14, 2014. She had a passion for cooking and used to make confections from scratch for her family, and help her husband Earl make his famous sandwiches for the neighborhood every Fourth of July. Delores loved watching The Game Show Network and was an avid fan of her favorite host, Steve Harvey, as she binge watched Family Feud for hours.\n\nDelores is preceded in death by her husband Earl Beaman, her parents Eugene and Pearl Hall, and her brothers: Francis Hall, John Bush and Joseph Bush. She is survived by her sister Ann Miles (Leroy). She leaves to her memory two loving daughters: Brenda Morgan and Darlene Beaman (Mark); stepchildren Sheila Beaman and Earl Beaman; 14 grandchildren, \n17 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.\n\nServices for Mrs. Beaman will be held on Tuesday, January 17 at Not About Me Ministries in Temple Hills, Maryland followed by the interment at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Virginia.