05/17/1975 - 09/14/2021

Justus John Becks, age 46, passed away on September 14, 2021 in Gilbert, Arizona. He was born on May 17, 1975 in Green Bay, WI to John and MaryAnn Becks. He graduated from Denmark High School in 1994. In 1998, Justus married Holli (Weigman) Becks and they moved to Arizona in 1999. They were blessed with 4 children (Bailey, Breelyn, Braxton and Blake). Justus worked as a Hazardous Materials Truck Driver for United Dairymen of Arizona for 22 years. Justus led an active life with many friends. His outgoing personality made everyone want to be his friend. He loved golf, camping, fishing, working on his property up north, The Green Bay Packers and spending time with his wife and children. Justus was preceded in death by his mom, MaryAnn Becks and Uncle Randy Compton. He will be very missed by his wife, Holli, his 4 children, his dad, John (Carol), sisters Julie and Wendi, his Aunt Shirley, cousin Brenda (Dave), his father and mother-in-law (Tim and Jayne), many sisters-in-law and brothers in-law, and many other family members, co-workers and friends. A celebration of life is being planned and a date will be announced when available.

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  • My Condolences to both Families my heart goes out to Holli and the kids during this difficult time may God carry you through. Justus will be deeply missed by all glad I was one of the lucky ones that our paths crossed is was such a sweet and funny guy such a hands on Dad and loved his wife deeply. My heart goes out to you all. All my Love Barb RomeroπŸ’”πŸ™πŸ˜‡

  • I never had the pleasure of actually meeting Justus. We were friends from an online golf forum and chatted many times on Facebook. He always struck me as one of life’s good guys, always happy in life and overwhelmed that he had such a lovely family. RIP my friend. My next game of golf here in the UK, is for you.

  • I am so very sorry to hear about Justus’ passing, he was an awesome man that I wish I could’ve met in person. I’m praying for his entire family. May Justus Rest In Peace.

  • I never physically got to meet Justus but we became fast friends because we represented the same golf brands over the years. Justus had a very magnetic personality and I regret not setting up a golf outing sooner. We never know what tomorrow will bring and I’m going to miss our chats and his love for his family, friends and the game of golf. I’m praying for you and the kids daily and while I can’t even begin to imagine what you’re going through, please stand firm in the faith!! Sunday’s round will be dedicated to my friend J Dogg and I will be rocking my Sqairz shoes and CaddyDaddy gear for you brother!! Love you and rest easy with The Lord.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and the kids. He was a great man.

  • Justus( Buster) to me. I will miss you so much. You were like a little brother to me. This whole thing has been very hard to take in, but I am happy that you are at peace now! You were a great husband, father, nephew, son and cousin and friend! We all lost a little part of our heart when you passed away. We will continue on and remember you and not ever leave our memories of you fade away. You have a wonderful family and I will be there for them to help them. RIP Buster, we all Love and miss you very much.

  • Justus and Holli became fast friends with my family when we adopted our kids from Taiwan during the same period of time. We were able to see each other when they traveled to San Diego from Arizona for a family trip. We immediately felt a connection, being both Christians and Taiwanese adoptive families. Through the years, as our children grew, we were able to keep in touch via social media. Justus was my Facebook friend, always posting fun videos of snake pranks, pictures of goofy golf pants, and loving images of his precious family. I know that Justus is now in glory with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I am so sorry for the loss of your best friend, life partner, husband, and father to your children, Holli. We are praying for you all. May our God envelop you with his peace that passes all understanding.
    Joanna and Peter, James and Deborah.

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