Deacon David Beagles
Deacon David Beagles is a 63-year-old man who has answered God’s call to the priesthood. He is one of eight new priests joining the Diocese of Springfield.
Recently, The Humane Society of the United States assisted in the removal of thousands of beagles from a research facility in Virginia that was providing them to laboratories for testing. HSUS reported that these dogs lived under overcrowded and “shocking” conditions which HSUS said led to nursing mothers being denied food and puppies succumbing to cold exposure.
Early Life and Education
The beagle is one of the most beloved breeds in America. They have a long and distinguished history here and are renowned for their excellent hunting abilities.
They possess high intelligence and loyalty, making them excellent family pets. However, be aware that these intelligent animals can be quite boisterous when playing, so parental supervision should always be provided when leaving young children alone with these pets.
Beagles possess an inquisitive nature and a fierce desire to please their owners. Furthermore, these intelligent pets display great affection towards their humans, bonding closely with everyone in the household.
They tend to be quite verbally affectionate, taking hold of your or your child’s hand in order to play with them. While this behavior can be taught and corrected, it should never be ignored.
David is a professor of engineering at the University of Sheffield and holds a PhD on crack growth in railway steels. His research has earned him numerous awards, and he’s an enthusiastic animal enthusiast as well.
He has fostered multiple dogs over the years, such as a poodle and beagle. Additionally, he enjoys cycling and has completed a triathlon.
He has won numerous awards for his artwork, including the best of show award at the esteemed annual Art Prize exhibition in Edinburgh. His latest ad campaign features Daisy, a large black lab, and her human counterpart – a petite beagle-terrier hybrid named Truffle – both returning home to Cumberland, Virginia at their new facility – an homage to Daisy’s philanthropy and to having both worlds at their disposal.
Achievements and Honors
David Beagles was one of the kindest people you will ever meet. A dedicated family man and proud Montanan, he leaves behind his loving wife Janet, three children, many grandchildren and great-grandchildren to cherish.
He was an enthusiastic dog enthusiast and proud owner of two Beagles, each with their own distinct personalities. While some of his more energetic dogs found furever homes, others were fortunate enough to be adopted by loving people who knew what they were doing. A proud father, philanthropist, and veteran who served his country for over 30 years served with distinction in the military.
David Beagles enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. He also loved playing casino games on his phone and getting the adrenaline rush from driving his mustang fast.
David Beagles was a successful state government official until God called him into the priesthood. Although he spent much of his early career working in the secular world, he now desires to share his faith with others.
He is a member of Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Parish in Springfield, Illinois and will serve as its deacon. After graduating from Quincy University, he joined the priesthood with plans to promote Christ-centered values in modern society. Additionally, he hopes to help south valley residents adopt beagles bred for pharmaceutical research into their families.