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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private graveside service will be held in the Hillside Cemetery on Monday, June 7, 2021 with Life Celebrant, David Townsend.
In memory of
Jeanette Beaupre
September 13, 1950 - May 29, 2021 - Age 70

1950 ~ Jeanette Beaupré ~ 2021

It is with deep sadness the family of Jeanette Caroline Beaupré announce her passing on May 29th, 2021 at age 70 after a lengthy illness. Jeanette’s memory will be lovingly cherished by her husband of 52 years Fredrick, sons Corey (Denise) and Christopher (Vanessa), grandchildren Erica, Ryan, Cameron, Shaelyn, Chloë and Brynna, sister-in-law Tina, nephew Wally (Marcus) and niece Shelley, cousin Marlys (Jim) Frank along with close friends and extended relatives.

Jeanette was raised in Manyberries, AB where she attended school before moving to nearby Medicine Hat to enroll in high school. She met future husband Fred at a New Year’s party in 1967, and after a whirlwind courtship the young couple married September 14, 1968. They bought their first house in Redcliff, AB before eventually relocating to Medicine Hat where they remained.

Jeanette was a devoted and supportive mother to her sons Corey and Christopher. She loved watching their sports and attended every hockey, baseball or bowling game or tournament and celebrated all academic achievements. She was brilliant at managing family finances and kept the household on track. Jeanette taught her children and grandchildren the value of a dollar.

Jeanette loved novels and was always working her way through a stack of books. She held a competitive spirit for Canasta, Mexican Train, Rumoli or cards. If a game was starting up, you would find her at the table ready to play. A talented cook, Jeanette’s feasts brought much joy on special occasions or weekend visits. Her delicious cabbage rolls and stuffed peppers were a family staple.

Jeanette loved to travel and the family would pack up each summer for road trip destinations in western Canada and across the U.S. including Nevada, Arizona and California. Fred and Jeanette continued to travel to destinations like Las Vegas and Mesquite, Nevada for decades.

Jeanette embraced her role as grandmother and developed a special and unique relationship with each of her six grandchildren despite long distances. Any achievement or story, Jeanette gave her full attention to learning the details. Every birthday, anniversary or special occasion, a card would arrive with a thoughtful message inside.

Jeanette will be deeply missed but we are grateful for the wonderful memories she leaves behind to cherish. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the City of Medicine Hat Library Board, Canadian Cancer Society and the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private graveside service will be held in the Hillside Cemetery on Monday, June 7, 2021 with Life Celebrant, David Townsend. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@pattisonfuneralhome.com subject heading: Jeanette Beaupré.

If you wish to watch the funeral service, you may do so by following this link:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nd-sCDx6ewg&t=1936s

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Message from Brenda Stroh and John Stopanski June 01, 2021
Fred and family
Sorry for your loss Take care
Brenda Stroh and John Stopanski
Message from Sharon Trainer June 01, 2021
My condolences go out to Fred & family .
So sorry for your loss — she will be dearly missed by all
Sharon Trainer
Message from Bruce Weiss and family June 01, 2021
Fred and family, we are so sorry for your loss
Bruce Weiss and family
Message from melvin ulrich, was draudson June 01, 2021
sorry to hear of your loss. we went to high school together.
melvin ulrich, was draudson
Message from Ronda Herrmann Stickel June 01, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of Jeanette’s passing! I hired Jeanette at London Drugs many years ago. We valued Jeanette and she was part of the London Drugs family. I will miss keeping up with her on FB. Our deepest condolences Fred and family.
Ronda Herrmann-Stickel
Ronda Herrmann Stickel
Message from Corinne, James, Grace & Adam Mastel June 02, 2021
Dear Fred & Family.
I am deeply sad to hear of the passing of Jeanette. She was a very warm, loving, generous, kind and caring lady. Mom and dad would talk all of the time about getting together with you two to play cards and go out for supper and it sounded like you all had a really good time. Jeanette will be greatly missed by all of her loved ones, her many family and friends!
"Wishing you comfort and peace to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your heart!"💐🌼🌺🍀
Corinne, James, Grace & Adam Mastel
Message from Sharon and Dale Roberts June 02, 2021
Deepest condolences to Fred and family! She will truly be missed. Enjoyed reading her posts on Facebook.
Sharon and Dale Roberts
Message from Karen & Richard Webster June 02, 2021
So sorry to hear of Jeanette’s passing. She was vital support after my last knee replacement when I was placed on oxygen for breathing issues. I enjoyed her posts on Facebook & will miss them. Richard enjoyed your chats & visits & misses the “good old days” ! Sending prayers 🙏 & hugs 💙during this most difficult time.
Karen & Richard Webster
Message from Sheila McLeod June 02, 2021
So sorry to learn of Jeanette's passing. She will be missed and lovingly remembered by many. Her Scrabble companions will definitely miss her at the the Scrabble board.
Sheila McLeod
Message from Marcus June 02, 2021
Uncle Freddie, Cory & Christopher

We are so sorry for your loss and are here for you guys if you need anything!
Auntie Jeanette was such a wonderful woman and although I only had a couple of years with her, it felt like I’d known her forever and she quickly became very special to me and I will miss her terribly.
Marcus
Message from June Lastuka June 03, 2021
Fred & family
I was deeply saddened to read about Jeanette.

Jeanette was such a joy at the Tiger games. Many times we spent more time talking than watching the game, luckily for us, pucks flying over the glass in our direction missed us every time. We reconnected at the Veiner Centre, when in typical Jeanette fashion she came up to me and asked if we could be Canasta Partners. Jeanette made the afternoon so pleasurable even when our opponents took the game a little too serious.

My thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.
June Lastuka
Message from Wendy Madine June 03, 2021
So sad to hear of the passing of Jeanette. I had the privilege of working with Jeanette and loved her straight talking. She was a good person and a pleasure to work with.
Wendy Madine
Message from Gloria Reppnack June 04, 2021
Dear Fred and Family,
I was so saddened to hear of Jeanette passing. She was a vibrant woman that will be missed by many. Keeping you in thoughts and prayers.
Gloria Reppnack
Message from Ang & Rod McGregor June 04, 2021
I am sorry for your loss. Will miss hearing stories of your supper or cards with mom and dad. I hope the memories and the love you had for her and the love for each other help you through your days. Just remember her spirit is always with you.
Ang & Rod McGregor
Message from Lorri Thacyk June 05, 2021
Dear Chris, Vanessa and Girls ~
So very sorry for your loss. She sounds like a wonderful woman - an example of her generation: cards, cooking and kids! Chris I can see your smile on your mom’s face. The resemblance! Know that every time you smile, you’re shining a light for her too. Hugs to all.
Lorri Thacyk
Message from Virginia Trollope June 05, 2021
Fred, Corey, Christopher & families...
Thinking of you with Heartfelt Sympathy.
Jeanette became my nearest neighbour when she was only a few months old. and the years when by quickly. In recent years I enjoy Jeanette's company at the senior centre, having a game of mexican train. Will cherish the memories.... Rest In Peace Jeanette.
Virginia Trollope
Message from Colin & Gisele Wilson June 07, 2021
Beautiful service. The slideshow music was very fitting! Our sincere condolences to you Corey & Jeanette’s entire family!
Colin & Gisele Wilson