Beaurline Family Foundation
A Non-Profit 501c3 Honoring the Legacy of the late Carl M. and late Sandra J. Beaurline
Providing Scholarships to Organizations including Herb Brooks Foundation, National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Upper Midwest Emmy’s Foundation, and American Legion Department of Minnesota Fund #84 (to help put a child through college who’s parent gave the Ultimate Sacrifice for our Country or whose parent is 50% or more disabled according to V.A. standards).
Carl Malcolm Beaurline, passed away at age 76 on Friday, June 12, 2020 from complications caused by Metastatic Lung, Lymph Node, and Brain Cancer at his home surrounded by his loving family. A Carl was born August 30, 1943 in St. Paul to Carl and Virginia Beaurline. He graduated from Humboldt High School in 1961, was a Naval Petty Officer E-5, Sailor of the month August 1966, and was made one of Augsburg University’s Own October 2018. He married Sandra Langsten on November 9, 1963. He was a pioneer in the Medical Device Industry (primarily cardiovascular products). Carl was the 113th employee at Medtronic and has over 22 FDA Clearances. Carl enjoyed playing hockey on the Sr. Olympic Team of age 60 and over as his hockey career didn’t start until age 26. He was an incredible athlete specifically in Golf and Baseball and was invited back to try-outs for the Minnesota Twins. He received his Draft notice for the Army so he enlisted in the Navy. His work ethic was second to none working right up until a few days before he passed away. Carl’s Legacy through the Beaurline Family Foundation is to support Higher Education and create opportunities for youth in Sports; while honoring him as a Proud Vietnam Navy Veteran.
Sandra Jean (Langsten) Beaurlinepassed away at age 77 on Monday, March 15, 2021 (9 months from losing the love of her life and soulmate Carl) after 27 ½ years of a valiant fight with Breast Cancer, 12 - year battle with Metastatic Bone Cancer, and 44 year journey with Multiple Sclerosis at her home surrounded by her children. Sandy was born deaf on April 17, 1943 in St. Paul to John and Harriette Langsten. She graduated from Humboldt High School in 1961. Sandy loved to sew and won many awards as a rodeo queen, horse jockey, and barrel racer. An Entrepreneur, she was a Master Negotiator and owned a dog grooming business and later co-owned Bridal Boutique for over 12 years. She married Carl Beaurline on November 9, 1963. She was best friends with her husband for 72 years and they were married 56 ½ years before his unexpected passing June 12, 2020. She loved deeply and was most proud to be a Wife and Mom. Sandy was a survivor and extremely strong woman who touched everyone she met along her life journey. A new Author, Sandra finished her book days before her passing called “There’s More To Me Than That”. Sandy’s Legacy is to support our future; our youth, through love, faith, and humor. In addition, to support Metastatic Cancer Research, Multiple Sclerosis, and the Hearing Impaired.
A percentage of our donations & profits support participating schools by providing assistance for school lunches to students in need.