Helping New Mexico students fulfill their dreams

Jack Beaty was a pillar of the community he lived in and loved.  He was a successful businessman from an early age having founded two companies.  One company supplied food to retail stores throughout New Mexico, where Jack became friends with all his customers and fell in love with the state.  He founded an oil and gas company in Farmington, New Mexico as well.

Jack eventually became involved in politics in New Mexico where he served as the Bernalillo County Democratic Chairman and the New Mexico State Democratic Chairman.  During the 1960 Presidential campaign, Jack became friends with John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy.  Jack served as the Western States coordinator for the Kennedy campaign. After the 1960 election, Jack sold his food supply business and moved to Washington, D.C.  Jack served in both the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations.  Following this service, Jack formed the public relations firm Jack Beaty and Associates in Washington, D.C.

While in Washington, D.C., Jack met and married Rose Marie Beaty Martinez, the personal assistant to Senator Joseph M. Montoya, the United States Senator from Mexico.  Jack and Rose Marie retired to New Mexico in 1979 where Jack devoted his time to managing Western Minerals and Oil.  Jack desired that upon his and Rose Marie’s death that his estate be used to assist and provide access to education to less fortunate students in New Mexico.

In his estate plan, Jack desired that the Jack Beaty Educational Scholarship Foundation be established to carry out his charitable goal of assisting students to obtain a secondary education.

We are honored to carry out Jack’s wishes and provide scholarships for New Mexico’s young people to fulfill their educational dreams.

Jack believed that a good education was necessary for a happy and successful life.