Darien Bean

By November 28, 2017 Obituaries

Darien Bean, 19, passed away in his home on the morning of Monday November 27, 2017. Born on July 17, 1998 in North Charleston , SC to parents Harry and Cynthia Bean. He graduated from Fort Dorchester High School in June of 2015 and attended classes at Trident Technical College. He was currently employed at UPS and Circle K.

Darien had an enthusiastic outgoing personality. He was always making jokes, playing pranks and the first to take a dare. He enjoyed sports and loved the Steelers and the Penguins. He loved driving around listening to music, visiting the beach and sharing memes on social media. He was also passionate about video games, particularly Destiny, and would live stream them on YouTube under the handle crazyman205.

He is survived by his parents Harry of Pennsylvania and Cynthia of North Carolina, his brother Kai at home. His paternal  grandparents, Harry and Judy of Ohio, and Tom and Marsha of Pennsylvania. His maternal grandparents, Jimmy and Terry Leonard of North Carolina. He is also survived by his girlfriend, Taylor Carson and close friend, Kyle Myers, and also several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Memorial Service will be held at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services, 281 Treeland Dr., Ladson SC 29456 at 3pm on Thursday November 30, 2017.


  • Dawson Keile says:

    My condolences to the Bean family . I pray God comforts your family during this time of bereavement . I spent many nights with Darien playing video games and sharing a friendship that can’t ever be replaced . God heals the broken hearts he binds up their wounds. God bless you all .

    Dawson Keile

  • Marina Scott says:

    Praying that you and your family will find God’s Peace & Comfort during this most difficult time.
    Love and Hugs,

  • Sandi Powalski says:

    My deepest Hart felt compassion sent with prayers for strength,courage and understanding. May you find peace in your daily life with the memories you hold dear

  • Aunt Dolores says:

    Thinking of all of you ,a simply tragic loss. I find no words except I always enjoyed his personality. My deepest condolences and prayers .

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