Kerry Beaulieu

Kerry Dale Beaulieu passed away on Wednesday, August 9, 2006, at the age of 55. Kerry was born June 16, 1951. He was resident of Williams Lake since 1952.

Kerry had many passions in life. He was a skilled wood carver and craftsman, loved to hunt and fish, was an avid bird watcher, and a regular jack-of-all-trades. He always had a huge respect for nature and the outdoors.

He will always be remembered for his quick wit, storytelling talents, and good sense of humour, which kept many of us entertained through the years. His biggest passion was spending all his free time at his cabin on Quesnel Lake with his beloved dog Sindee. Other interests of Kerry’s included hiking, a variety of sports, canoeing, and many other adventures that took him outdoors.

Kerry was predeceased by his father Arthur Orland Beaulieu (October 28, 1960), his mother Verna Bernice Beaulieu (October 26, 2005), his brother Phillip Arthur Beaulieu (August 16, 1985), his brother Craig Stephen Beaulieu (August 1, 1977).

Kerry leaves to grieve Arlene Rouselle; daughter Amanda Beaulieu (Cory); siblings Marjorie Fair (Keith), Merrilee Baldock; Lance Beaulieu (Joan), and James Beaulieu (Debbie) and several nieces and nephews.

As per his wishes, Kerry will be cremated and his remains will be left to rest at Quesnel Lake.

The family would like to thank Dr. Duff, Cariboo Memorial Hospital and staff, B.C. Cancer Agency at the Vancouver Centre doctors and staff for all their and care and compassion for Kerry.

We love you Kerry, smooth sailing.

Donations can be made in Kerry’s memory to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Peace My Heart

Peace, my heart, let the time for the parting be sweet.

Let it not be a death, but completeness.

Let love melt into memory and pain into songs.

Let flight through the sky end in the folding of the wings over the nest.

Let the last touch of your hands be gentle like the flower of the night.

Stand still, O Beautiful End, for a moment, and say your last words in silence.

I bow to you and hold up my lamp to light you on your way.

— Rabindranath Tagore