Beau Lee Chambers

Beau Lee Chambers, 43, of St Cloud, Florida, died Wednesday, August 24, 2022 surrounded by beloved family.

He was born September 26, 1978 to Julius Lee Chambers and Mamie Lee Chambers.

Beau was a 1997 graduate of St. Cloud High School where he excelled in the sports of football and weightlifting. His weightlifting school record still stands. His love of football carried on throughout his life as he spent many years coaching community youth football. In his younger years he played baseball, soccer, basketball and also wrestling in high school. He loved his sports for sure. He was the owner of Coast to Coast Well and Pump Repair.

Beau is survived by his loving partner of 13 years, Cheyenne Yates, and their two children River Yates Chambers and Stoney Chambers. He is also survived by his three beautiful older children Aryana Lashae Chambers, Sabree Eiland Chambers, and Reeve Lee Chambers. His parents, father Julius Tuffy Chambers, mother Mamie Lee Chambers. His siblings, Amanda Lee Chambers, Bridgette Chambers Knight, Julius Tuffy Lee Chambers jr, Taleania Chambers Windey and many nieces and nephews.

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