Roger N. Beauregard

February 18, 1937June 19, 2011

Roger N. Beauregard, 74, affectionately and widely known as “Pop”, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, June 19, 2011 at St. Luke’s Hospital following a brief illness. He was the husband of the late Carol M. (Gray) Beauregard. Born in New Bedford, the son of the late Alfred and Anna (Lagasse) Beauregard, he grew up in Acushnet and lived in New Bedford before moving to Fairhaven in 1974.

Mr. Beauregard was a graduate of St. Anthony’s High School, class of 1955. He worked as a receiver at Brittney Dye and Printing for many years until his retirement in 2001. Pop was a highly skilled finish carpenter who was known for his exceptional wood working talents. An avid photographer, he enjoyed spending time on the internet, photo editing, making home movies and listening to music. Pop loved the times shared with his family at their many family functions.

Survivors include his children, Doreen M. Beauregard and her husband Paul of Salem, David Beauregard and his wife Laura of Wareham and Jennifer A. Botelho and her husband Steven of Fairhaven; a sister, Pauline Beauregard of Freetown; grandchildren, Kelly, Christopher, Rebecca, Heather and Alyssa; a great-grandson, Jordan; and several nieces and nephews.

His Funeral will be held on Friday, June 24, 2011 at 9am from the Waring-Sullivan Home of Memorial Tribute at Fairlawn, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven followed by a Funeral Mass at 10am in St. Joseph’s Church, 74 Spring St., Fairhaven. Visiting hours Thursday 5-8pm. Burial in River-Side Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association, PO Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241-7005. For online tributes and directions:



  • Visitation Thursday, June 23, 2011
  • Funeral Mass Friday, June 24, 2011


  • Burial

Roger N. Beauregard

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Heather Johnson

July 1, 2011

I wish there were words to tell you how much I miss you. You are in my thoughts constantly, thinking of the little things that meant so much. I can't explain how thankful I am that Jordan got to know you, and the love you had for your family. You made a difference in each and every one of the lives of the people you loved. I miss you every day, I love you.

Alyssa Botelho

June 30, 2011

I'll never forget all of the Saturday nights we spent together. I'll never forget your knack for building. I'll never forget your velcro shoes. I'll never forget your huge doughnuts, strawberry gum, peanut butter, and scheduled breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I'll never forget your motorcycle or interest in tennis. I'll never forget your clever sense of humor. I'll never forget how precise you were. I'll never forget your encouragement or helping hand. I'll never forget your unique light green eyes. Most of all, though, I'll always remember your love for me.
I love you too,

Allison Plourde

June 29, 2011

I am so sorry for your loss, Jennifer. My thoughts are with you and your entire family during this difficult time. He was loved and surrounded by such a beautiful family. Thinking of you and sending prayers. ~Allison Plourde

Jennifer Botelho

June 28, 2011

To Pop,
I will always remember the happy times having dinner, playing games, eating M+M's and goofing off. Thanks for making the salad. I'll always remember the beautiful woodworking projects, the perfect handwriting, the beautiful photographs, and yelling at the tennis pros on TV. I'll always remember you coming to the rescue when things went wrong-always coming to help, even when you had your own work to do. My roof. My fence. My entire house.
Thanks for the card games (is it my turn?), the donuts, the funny stories, and all the birthday and Mother's Day cards that said just the right things. I saved every single card.
I love you very much. I'm just so sorry I didn't tell you these things when I had the chance.
Jennifer (Pumpernickel)

June 23, 2011

My sincerest sympathies to you and your family at this very sad time Jennifer. My heart goes out to you and your famiy.
Kathy Davoll

Candace Kavey

June 22, 2011

Doreen and family,
My sincerest sympathies in the loss of your father are with you and your family at this difficult time. There are no words to say to you to help you feel better during your grieving. Please accept my condolences anyway and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. HMH Co-worker

Dave Beauregard

June 22, 2011

Pop, thanks for all your help and generosity over the years. Thanks for passing along your stubborn perfectionist gene when it comes to do-it-yourself home projects. Thanks for being a good sport about being nicknamed "Pop" as a kind of joke when I was about 13. Thanks for going to the junkyard and finding parts for my Cougar, then lying on the ground to fix it. Thanks for all the help when I went through the 2nd worse time in my life a few years ago. Thanks for never forgetting my kids and grandson on Christmas, their birthdays, weddings and graduations or any other occasion. Thanks for kicking our butts at cards, I won't forget that grin on your face when you ended up with every card you needed, saying "I don't believe this". Thanks for the Funny Bones. Thanks for showing up at my house every weekend when I was building the deck. Thanks for always letting me borrow what I needed. I really thought I'd be doing that for many more years.
I will miss you.
Love, your son Dave.