What Happened To Dallas Beauregard?
Dallas Beauregard Death – Obituary: Dallas Beauregard has been identified as the victim that died in motorcycle accident that happened on Sunday, Sept. 26.
The circumstances concerning the accident has not been made public by the officials currently.
Authorities will soon release information gotten from the preliminary investigation and this post will be updated. Further updates will include whether speed and alcohol contributed to the accident, whether the deceased was wearing seat belt during the crash and more.
Ry Enngang said, “Still in disbelief. Dallas Beauregard you were such a light in a dark place man. Standing watch with you was never dull and always joyful. You went through so much, but you always had a smile on your face. You’ll be sorely missed bobo.”
According to Kyle Myers, “Dallas Beauregard This news isn’t easy to process you are and forever will be one of my best friends. Anyone who had the chance to meet you knows how great you were. Me, you, and Steven Contestabile have made some amazing memories and funny stories that I promise I’ll pass on. My condolences go out to your family, I know they always supported you every step of the way. To my best friend, my brother, and the greatest dude I’ve ever met, I’ll miss you. Love you man, I’m sure there are endless project cars for you to work on now.”
“Rest easy Dallas Beauregard so sad to hear the news. You were a great guy who will be missed by many! Here’s a throw back to the car I’ll always remember you by. That old shelby that always needed a pop start.” According to Justin Girard.
According to LJ Taranto, “I’m just laying here stunned… I’m not even sure how to feel. I’ll miss your witty antics, Dallas Beauregard. You’ll always be one of my homeschool tribe members, no one will ever sing Summer Lovin’ like you, and when I make chili I’ll think of you every time. Til we meet again, Ms. Lisa loves ya, kid. Please send comfort and love to the Beauregard/Krivach family today and maybe forever. Losing this young man in the prime of his life will not be an easy recovery.”
Our condolences to the family of Dallas Beauregard.