Goldie Catherine Beach (McField), age 61, of Melbourne, Florida joyfully went home to be with her Lord and Savior after fighting a long battle with a chronic pulmonary disease on Thursday September 30th 2021 in Boston surrounded by the love of her life Leonard (Lenny), son Jason, and her family.
Goldie was born in La Ceiba, Honduras to Roy McField Trusty and Goldie Marie Johnson McField February 21, 1961. Goldie was the third of six siblings Robert, Bernadine, Bernice, M. Azarie and Roy Jr.
Then Goldie met and married Leonard Beach (Lenny). Their meeting and marriage was like a love story from a novel. After marrying, they moved to Melbourne, Florida where she enjoyed life, gardening, and extensive travel on their eternal honeymoon as well as driving back to Massachusetts often to spend time with family and friends. She loved God above all and always trusted Him. She had a special bond and warmth for her family, friends, and anyone she met.
Goldie grew up in Honduras where she was well known for her love for singing and reading. Singing allowed her to travel to many European and Latin-American countries with the chorus from the Honduran National Autonomous University and participate with worship teams and choirs. She knew every Christian music artist and always enjoyed singing and worshiping Jesus despite her breathing difficulties. She always expressed that she wanted to share hope and light for Christ.
After immigrating to Boston, Goldie worked in several capacities in the medical field. Before moving to Melbourne, for twenty five years, she worked as Medical Assistant for Mass General Brigham health care (former Partners) at MGH-Internal Medicine Associates, and BWH- Brigham Physicians Group. She was the trainer and go to person due to her extensive knowledge and positively joyous attitude. She was respected and loved by leadership and her peers.
Goldie was the fun wife, mother, and auntie who enjoyed concerts, going to sports games, jumping in the snow to make snow angels, water parks in summer or jumping in piles of leaves during the fall. Family outings and gatherings were a must. Thanksgiving and Christmas were her favorite holidays. She prepared the turkey every year and made sure it was done right. Goldie was an active participant in Good Works Servants Ministries. Even when she was away, she connected online every Thursday for prayer and Bible Study via Zoom (Facetime) for services. As a core member of “G.W.S”, she enjoyed the gathering, packing, and preparation of supplies being sent overseas as well as travelling for mission trips where she was loved by all.
Goldie was preceded in death by her mother Goldie Marie McField and sister Bernadine Williams. She
is survived by her husband Leonard H. Beach, son Julio Jason Bonilla and wife Nicole Bonilla, granddaughter Julianna Maia Bonilla, her father Roy McField Trusty, siblings Robert and wife Sandra McField, Bernice M. McField, and husband Santiago Avila, Azarie McField, Roy A. McField Jr. as well as a host of nephews, nieces, and friends.
Goldie Beach, our social butterfly, has joined the celestial choir worshiping God in her new and eternal home. We are left to celebrate her life and continue her legacy of worship, joy, and love for God and others.
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