Beug’s name is located on Panel N-1 of the National September 11 Memorial’s North Pool, along with those of other passengers of Flight 11.
December 11, 1952|
Santa Monica, California, U.S
|Died||September 11, 2001
North Tower, World Trade Center, New York City, U.S
Cause of death
|Aircraft hijacking (American Airlines Flight 11)|
|Religion||Latter Day Saint.|
|Parents||Mary Alice Wahlstrom (Mother)|
In addition to her work as video producer, Beug also directed three music videos for country singer Dwight Yoakam: "Ain't That Lonely Yet", "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere" and "Fast as You." Beug co-directed the former two videos with Yoakam and was the sole director of the latter video. She won an award for the Van Halen music video of the song "Right Now", which she produced.
Beug lived in a Tudor-style home in the North 25th Street neighborhood. She hosted an annual backyard barbecue for the Santa Monica High School cross country and track team, which her daughters captained. Beug was a Latter Day Saint.
Death and legacy
Beug was killed at the age of 48 in the crash of American Airlines Flight 11 in the September 11, 2001 attacks. At the time of her death, Carolyn Beug was working on a children's book about Noah's Ark which was to be told from Noah's wife's point of view. On the plane with her was her mother, Mary Alice Wahlstrom. Beug was survived by her twin eighteen-year-old daughters Lauren and Lindsey Mayer-Beug, her 13-year-old son, Nick, and her husband, John Beug, a senior vice president in charge of filmed production for Warner Brothers' record division. She was returning home from taking her daughters to college at the Rhode Island School of Design.
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