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Tristian R. Beam

1990 - 2019

Tristian R. “Peanut” Beam, 28 of Warren Rd. Milton, passed away on January 29, 2019 in Turbotville.  Born in Danville on August 3, 1990 he was the son of Teresa Beam Billman of Milton and Todd and Julie Kishbaugh of Berwick.


Tristian was a 2008 graduate of Milton High School and he worked at Elkay Wood Products in Mifflinburg.  Tristian liked all sports, especially football.  He was a huge fan of the Houston Texans.  He enjoyed hanging out with friends and family and he was always making people smile and having fun.


He is survived by his parents; a son, Lincoln R. Pardoe, three brothers, Kole Billman of Milton, Evan Kishbaugh of Berwick, and Ian Kishbaugh of Berwick; his paternal grandfather, Roger Kishbaugh and wife Kathy of Berwick; two stepsisters Chantell Salwocki of Milton and Ariele Billman of Milton; a step brother, Sal Cerasoli of Berwick; and his girlfriend, Jacqueline Hoy of Turbotville.


Tristian was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Sharon Balliet and his maternal grandmother, Betsy “Mimi” Beam.


Friends and relatives will be received from 6-8 PM on Tuesday February 5 at the Shaw Funeral Home, 400 N. Front St., Milton.


My prayers and thoughts are with the family and friends.he was a great person he was my high with the angels Tristan beam your family with miss u but u will never be forgotten....

My condolences are with you all. May you recieve comfort in knowing
in knowing thay Tristian touched so many with his beautiful, caring personality. May your soul fly free Tristian.

My thoughts and prayers are to the family & friends..Tristian had such a bright smile & big personality he will be deeply missed.Tristian was such a bright light when he walked into a room..a lfew loss too young...Fly High Tistian..Shine Bright!!

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, especially the grandparents,as I went through this almost a year ago when my beloved Grandson left this life to go to a better one. May they allow God to comfort them as only He can. What someone said about Tristan being a bright light, reminds me of David whose smile could light up a room!!!

TERESA, Im so sorry to read about Tristian, I remember him when he was just a tiny baby, and to see his picture all grown up.....You will be in my prayers, I wish I could take the pain away, give you some comfort again im so sorry, my heart breaks, LOVE-MEL

We are so sorry for yourloss.our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of need.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this incredibly difficult time. We will chose to always remember Tristan as the fun loving boy who willingly played baseball with our boys when we got out of the car after traveling miles and miles to get back home for a visit. May your spirit rest in peace.
Aunt Ang, Uncle Ron and the boys

Todd, my heart goes out to you during this tragic time. I will always remember that adorable little boy playing with Kyle. I hope he is at peace. Lean on your loved ones for support. So very, very sorry.

I will always miss you brother you weren't my real brother but you acted like one. i remember when me and you played your xbox together i will always remember you.

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