Beau Allen Ashworth was born to Bart and Mary Ashworth on March 2, 2003, and entered into his eternal reward on July 15, 2021. Beau’s entrance into this world was the perfect compliment to his two doting sisters and best friends, Delanie and Madalyn, who shared an inseparable bond together. Beau loved his family and friends, but more than that Beau loved his God. He was a worshipper. He was actively involved with Minnesota Youth and enjoyed spending time with friends at Camp Galilee.
Beau loved everyone and everyone loved Beau. He put the gentle in gentleman, the ‘Beau’ in bow tie, the epitome of class and grace. Always selfless, smart and funny. No one was invisible to him, he saw and cared for everyone. He was a beacon of hope and always tending to the wounded. Beau was everyone’s best friend. He made you feel special, important and loved. He was the perfect example of who a Christian should be. It was evident where his heart was, as he willingly gave to the Kingdom of God. His legacy of love and compassion has left an impressionable mark on each of our hearts.
He was a man of many talents, a gifted artist and entrepreneur with an annual fireworks business. Most everyone knew his passion for cars and his signature yellow Camaro. He was an avid deer hunter and enjoyed trap shooting and riding quads. Beau attended Legacy Christian Academy. During his last two years of high school he was dual enrolled as a PSEO student at University of Northwestern, from which he graduated in 2021.
Beau is survived by his parents, Bart and Mary Ashworth, sisters, Delanie and Madalyn Ashworth, 92 year old grandmother Rebekah Reece, and an abundance of aunts, uncles and cousins. He is proceeded in death by grandparents, Marcus Reece, Bennie and Loretta Ashworth.Today we celebrate Beau Ashworth who changed the world one act of love at a time, and that is what we have come to know as #theBeauEffect