27 September, 1919 – 15 May, 2020
BEAUDETTE, George Emmanuel - on May 15, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre; in his 101st year. Beloved husband of Therese (née Fleury) Beaudette. Loving father of Ronald, Clement, Monique Yearwood (John), Claudette Beaudette, Jacqueline Reed (Mark), Jeanne Birch (Ted) and Jeannette Randall (Hugh). Cherished grandfather of 16, great-grandfather of 19 and very proud great-great-grandfather of 1. Predeceased by his parents Ferdinand and Laura (née Larue) Beaudette. Also predeceased by his siblings Alfred, Philip, Charles, Leo, John, Edmond, Ellen, Clara and Alice McLaughlin. George will be missed by many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Funeral arrangements under the care and direction of LAHAIE AND SULLIVAN CORNWALL FUNERAL HOME, WEST BRANCH, 20 Seventh Street West, (613-932-8482). Funeral Services will be held at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, Memorial Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or to the Canadian Institute for the Blind would be greatly appreciated by the family. Messages of condolences may be left at www.lahaiesullivan.ca
Attendance Controlled Memoiral Mass
Friday, 15 October , 2021
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5 December 2020
When I was very young around 6 years old my parents give me away. I search for my family’s. When I turn 50 years . I finally met for the first time uncle Real aunt Jeanne aunt Therese uncle George . They taught they will never see me again . They were so happy to see me my father was Henry Fleury. I have the best day of my life I did a video. Every time I will come there I always them . I was calling than and the last time I was there we celebrate this 100 birthday and celebrate their 75 year of wedding. That was so beautiful. Then the covid came along never have chance to go back . The memories will still in my heart . R. I. P.
26 May 2020
My deepest condolences to the family
you are in my thoughts and Prayers
26 May 2020
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Uncle George. My sympathies go out to all of the family. I do have some great memories of when we were all kids and going to the farm and spending a couple of weeks with everyone. It was the highlight of my summer. Life gets in the way and we lose touch as we get older. It was nice seeing everyone again at his 100th birthday celebration.
25 May 2020
I have many fond memories with grandpa. In my early childhood, he would buy me miniature tractor toys at Christmas time. I remember the moments he and my grandma lived on the farm. I used to go into the barn and shoot pigeons. One time, my dad Ron and I snuck 2 pigeon breasts in with grandma’s turkey while it was cooking. I also remember the summers he and grandma used to camp at Cameron’s Point. During my cycling runs, I would stop by and visit them. When he first moved St. Joseph’s, he seemed preoccupied with his coordinates; he couldn’t figure where north or east were. My son Joel showed him the compass on his phone and that seemed to calm him down. For his 100th birthday, Joel and Alexandra got him a compass. I hope he is at rest, having found his way to his forever home.
21 May 2020
I don’t remember George although I may have met him when I was young. George was my father Bernard’s uncle (his father Leo’s brother). I offer my obsolescences and prayer for family that knew him.
Mike Robinson (Beaudette)
21 May 2020
George was the brother of my grandfather Joseph Albert of "Fred" Beaudette who passed away in 1982. While I was saddened to hear of Uncle George's passing, I was also awed by the long life he enjoyed on this earth.
While I did not see Uncle George in his later years, I do recall visiting with him on the many trips we made to Canada with my grandparents in the 1960s and 1970s when I was growing up in Massena.
He is the last of the offspring of Ferdinand and Laura. While they have all gone on to their final resting, the great Beaudette family continues to grow and be strong through their offspring. George and all the others will always be remembered and missed.
I've done a pretty complete family tree for the offspring of George's parents Ferdinand Beaudette (1876-1954) and and Laura Leroux (1875-1957). George is a descendant of the first Beaudette to arrive and settle in Canada - Jean Beaudette (1648-1714). Jean signed on as a "LaRochelle Recruit" and arrived in 1664 from Poitou-Charentes, France. He married Marie Grandin (1651-1715), a "Fille du Roi", in 1670 in the Basilique de Notre Dame in Quebec City. They ultimately settled on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River near "The Platon" of Lord Rene-Louis Chartier, now known as Lotbiniere, PQ.
I've attached a photo of George's father, Ferdinand that my grandparents gave to me before their passing.