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Clarence Milner Bean
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Birth: Dec. 9, 1903
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Death: May 1, 1945
Weber County
Utah, USA

Age 41
Ogden Police Department
Accidental: Medical

Officer Bean died of injuries suffered ten months earlier during an arrest. On July 22, 1944, the 41-year-old victim was kicked in the stomach while attempting to evict an intoxicated man from a 25th Street bar. The suspect was arrested but managed to kick the officer again while being placed in a patrol vehicle. Officer Bean was treated at a local hospital and released. However, his condition immediately worsened and on April 11, 1945, he collapsed while on patrol. Surgery revealed extensive internal injuries. Following a second surgery, Officer Bean died. Appointed to the department in 1944, Officer Bean was survived by his wife and three children. He is buried in Salt Lake City Cemetery. His bronze name plaque is sponsored by Ogden City Corporation.

*This information was found on and posted here with their permission.

The Salt Lake Tribune
May 2, 1945
Page 17

Clarence Milner Bean

Ogden-Clarence Milner Bean, 41, 546-5th st., member of the Ogden City police force and former prominent Salt Lake athlete, died Tueasday at 4:15 p. m. in an Ogden hospital after an illness of three weeks.

Born in Salt Lake City, Dec. 9, 1903, a son of William S. M. and Elizabeth Armstrong Bean, was a graduate from East high school, where he was prominent in athletics. He moved to Ogden 16 years ago to engage in the furniture business. He had been a member of the police department for one year.

Mr. Bean was a member of the L D S church and served a mission to England. He married Eva Judd, Sept. 7, 1925, at Evanston, Wyo.

Survivors include his widow, Ogden; three daughters, Mrs. William E. Tobias, Marjorie Bean and Marilyn Bean, all of Ogden; his mother, of Salt Lake City; six brothers and sisters, Francis A. Bean, Evanston, Wyo.p; William E. Bean, Salt Lake City; Joseph A. Bean, Wanship, Summit county; Dr. Edward Girard Hale, a half-brother, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. L. C. Forsey Ogden. 
Family links: 
  William Samuel Milner Bean (1861 - 1923)
  Elizabeth Siddoway Armstrong Bean (1865 - 1955)
  Eva Judd Bean (1904 - 1997)
  Kathryn Mary Bean Tobias (1927 - 2013)*
  Sarah Isabell Bean (1888 - 1888)*
  William Ekins Bean (1894 - 1952)*
  Mabel Armstrong Bean Hale Forsey (1897 - 1960)*
  Joseph Armstrong Bean (1900 - 1988)*
  Clarence Milner Bean (1903 - 1945)
*Calculated relationship
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Utah, USA
Plot: PARK_18_8_2W
Created by: Cemetery Walker
Record added: May 06, 2011
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Clarence Milner Bean
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Let me not mourn for the men who have died fighting, but rather let me be glad that such heroes have lived. -General George S. Patton
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 Added: Aug. 19, 2015

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