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BEAUCHAMP, Patrick Albert

June 29,1938 – Belvedere, AB
May 28, 2013 – Calgary, AB

Pat Beauchamp beloved husband of Irene of Calgary, passed away suddenly on May 28, 2013 at the age of 74 years.

Pat always put others ahead of himself and gave of his time freely.
He supported the Boys and Girls Club of Calgary and was a baseball and hockey coach. Professionally, he worked successfully in the oil and gas industry for numerous years. Pat was a proud husband, father, grandpa, great grandpa and friend.

Pat is survived by his loving wife Irene, daughter and son in law Jeannette and Mike Pityn, three grandchildren Robyn (Jerry) Fuerstenberg, Celeste, Peter and two great grandchildren Teahanna and Deonte, adopted daughter Judy, brother Paul Beauchamp, sister Sis (Stan) Kravik.

Pat was predeceased by his son Rick Beauchamp, brother Louis Beauchamp and sisters Gertie Fiddler and Lena Clark.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated at ST. ANTHONY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH (5340 – 4th Street S.W. Calgary, AB) on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. Family Graveside Service will be held at a later date at Eden Brook Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be forwarded through In lieu of flowers, donations can be made directly to Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary 731 13th Avenue NE, Calgary, AB T2E 1C8

In living memory of Pat Beauchamp, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES Park Memorial Chapel, 5008 ELBOW DRIVE S.W. Calgary, AB, T2S 2L5, Telephone: 403-243-8200.

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  1. Rhiannon Jones :

    Dear Irene and family

    I have no words to express how deeply sorry I am about your loss. We send our deepest condolences to you and to your family and our thoughts are with you all during this horrible time. I’ll always remember Pat as my bodyguard, fatherly neighbour who made me feel like someone was watching out for my safety. The baseball bat was always waiting by Pat’s front door if I needed some backup! 🙂 Please let us know if there’s something we can do to somehow lessen the pain you feel in your hearts.
    My love and sympathy to you and to your family
    Your neighbours in 413
    Rhiannon and Craig

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  2. Michael Heier :

    Dear Irene and family

    I never had the opportunity to meet the side of Pat that kept him grounded and motivated. I have worked with Pat over the last decade and a half helping to support his activities and devotion to this province. Pat and I shared the same vision in trying to make this a stronger Province and an overall better place to raise a family.

    I am truly sorry for your loss, but I do believe that Pat is one gentleman that actually made a real difference in this province. I know to be as committed as he was required a loving and supportive family at home. I was privileged to have known him.

    My sincere sympathy to your entire family.

    Mike Heier

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  3. Stacy Connon nee Tribe :

    Please except our condolences on the passing of Pat. Take care of each other.

    Stacy Connon nee Tribe
    Dulcy Bryant nee Tribe

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  4. Jim and Lois Moffatt :

    Pat, How sad we are that you had to leave this world. We want to thank you for your friendship, support for our family, Our Company and all the special things you contributed to our lives. You truly are a special man that will never be forgotten. Rest in peace our friend.
    Our deepest condolences to Irene and family.
    Jim, Lois, Bj and Tracy Moffatt and families

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  5. Cindy Selent :

    Jeannette and Mrs. B.

    Very sorry for your loss !!!
    So many memories of Mr.B and the Willow Park house !!! He was a big part of all of our high school years ……and beyond.
    I broke his favorite milkshake mug, and that became “our” joke.
    I am sure that he and Rick are going to share many great milkshakes together now.

    R.I.P Mr.”B”

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  6. Marcia Docherty :

    Dear Irene, Jeannette & family,

    I am so sad to learn of Pat’s untimely passing. I wish I could make it to the funeral, but I am stuck in Ottawa with a big project deadline for Monday.

    So please accept my condolences. Pat was a lot of fun to be around whether it was at parties, out for dinner in Vancouver, making rice balls, etc. I’ll never forget that he got “my bridge” built just for me. Who else but Pat could deliver that favour!


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  7. Irene and family, I’m sorry I couldn’t make Pat’s funeral yesterday. I was very surprised to see that he passed away at such a young age. He and I were good friends during his oil business days and more closely associated with him during our campaign for more Alberta and less Ottawa.I offer my sincerest condolences to you and your family. I will always think of Pat when I drive by the sign that is still up on Hwy. 2 just north of Okotoks and so will many others.

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  8. Cori and Jason Roth :

    Our sincerest condolences to the you and your family. We are so sad to hear of Pat’s passing.

    To us, Pat was Mr. Hockey, and we thoroughly enjoyed having him rinkside when Peter and Brandon played ball hockey together.

    Sympathies to your family,

    Cori and Jason Roth
    Vultures Team Parents

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  9. Its been one year now that Uncle Pat has departed this world.
    I think about him every year around Christmas, this time of year and in the month of July when we would go down to Penticton for holidays together.
    Uncle Pat was a huge blessing in our lives and a wonderful caring man.
    I remember one of the last times we were together we were all sitting in a restaurant patio overlooking Lake Okanagan eating oysters and drinking wine spritzers (with salt (his idea)). Laughing at Uncle Pat for wanting to fight a guy who got out of his truck because Uncle Pat honked his horn at him and how my sister said she would have gotten out of the car to be his back up. lol
    My most fond memories of our holidays always had Uncle Pat in them. He was young at heart, loved his family and cherished his friends. He will forever have a place in my heart.
    We miss you Uncle Pat, I look forward to seeing you once again in heaven to celebrate every holiday together!

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