Beatrice Emma McGuigan
12 December, 1923 – 30 March, 2021
MCGUIGAN, Beatrice Emma (Nee Benninger) December 12, 1923 – March 30, 2021
It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our dear mother, Bea. She was predeceased by her husband Richard in 2003. She will be dearly missed by her children, Laurel Pearce (Ted, deceased), Mary, Patricia Fiorentino (Joseph) and Rick (Franca). Her seven grandchildren, Tyler, Mitchell, Marcus, Paul, Jennifer, Liam and Brianna and her four great-grandchildren, Shean, Caleigh, Julian and Christian. Mom lived a very full life. She graduated as an RN from St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1945. Not too long after she became a stewardess for TransCanada airlines. Her love of travel continued throughout her life as did her caregiving as a nurse and a loving and supportive Mom. On Monday, April 5th 2021, a private family service will take place followed by burial at Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery.
"We will always carry your memory in our hearts"
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Beatrice Emma McGuigan
5 April 2021
Dear Mary, Laurel, Patty and Rick,
We are very sorry to learn of your Mother’s passing. Your Mother was small in stature but big in heart. Many memories of Glen Gannon and Stag Hill come flooding back.
Your Mom was such a hard worker. Always caring deeply about her family. Passionate about nursing and especially passionate about travel. We had countless discussions about far away lands. As well as many laughs. She had a great sense of humour.
Our sincere condolences for your loss. Please know we hold you close in our thoughts and prayers.
Eleanor Gow and Brent Hubbard
Terry Mangan Meneley
3 April 2021
Dear Mary and Family
Cindy contacted us to let us know of your dear Mom’s passing
She always was a calming influence and always had time to chat on the phone when I would call for Mary
Sorry to all for your loss, will keep her in my thoughts and prayers
1 April 2021
Dear Laurel, Mary, Patty and Rick, my deepest sympathies on the passing of your mother. I have and will always have cherished memories of your mom growing up on Glen Gannon Dr, whether it be the times I visited Rick (which was almost everyday and especially on Friday nights when I would come over for "homemade pizza nights and monopoly"). Your mom always welcomed me with open arms and a warm heart even when Rick and I would make a mess of her kitchen. I loved her laugh and it always made me happy when I could really get her laughing! She was my "second Mom" growing up. My heart is sad hearing this news but I know my memories of Mrs. McGuigan will surely mend it, in time! All my love, John Braybrook (8 Glen Gannon Dr).