Allan Frank Beck died peacefully in Jupiter, Florida on November 5, 2015. He was born January 31, 1922 in Barre, VT and attended Spaulding High School. Allan attended Norwich University, graduated with the class of 1943 and went on to become a combat engineer with the 10th Mountain Division and fought in Italy. As a National Collegiate Ski Champion, he was the first skier inducted into the Norwich Sports Hall of Fame. After the war and erecting ski lifts with the Roebling Company Allan founded the Beck and Bellucci Construction Company gaining a reputation of excellence in the bridge building industry. He was predeceased by his wife of over 50 years, Lorraine Frattini. His loving family includes brother Norman and wife Tillie Beck, sister Joan Bertolini, daughter, Gwendy Lauritzen of Colchester, VT, son, Jesse Beck and wife Kevin Veller of Burlington, VT, grandchildren Mason and Siri Beck and special friend, Daisy Wilder of Jupiter, FL. He was blessed with many endearing friendships. His love of sports and the mountains included tennis, golf, skiing, hiking and biking. His passion for 20 years of competitive skiing on the Masters Circuit garnered 33 gold metals, 23 silver, 6 bronze and he was named 1994 Masters Champion of the year by “Ski Racing Magazine.” Allan also ran the New England Masters Division as chairman for 10 years and won the New England Masters Lifetime Achievement Award. He was most proud to accept, on behalf of the 10th Mountain Division, a Congressional Record presented by Senator Jim Jeffords of Vermont for their defense of the country and contribution to skiing. Memorial Celebrations will be held in Florida and Vermont at a later date.
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