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Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL

OBITUARY

Maureen Beaupre

August 13, 1945November 1, 2019
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Maureen Fontaine-Beaupre, 74, was born on August 13, 1945 in Quincy, Massachusetts and passed away on November 1, 2019 in Hobe Sound, Florida. Maureen graduated from North Quincy High School then went on to work as a dispatcher for the North Palm Beach Police Department. Maureen loved her visits to Boston, California and traveling in general. She enjoyed doing puzzles, fishing, treasure hunting on the beach with her metal detector and also watching the New England Patriots! Maureen is survived by children, Michael and Mark Beaupre and Michelle Beaupre-Perez, siblings, Mary C. Turner, Margaret (Peggy) Stracuzzi and James Fontaine, 8 grandchildren and multiple nieces and nephews. Maureen is predeceased by her parents, Leo J. Fontaine and Mabel Fontaine and brother, Leo T. Fontaine.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, November 6, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Memories

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Debby Dearth-Attiliis

November 9, 2019

My condolences to the family. I graduated High School with Mo but lost contact with her when she moved to Florida and I moved to California. I made contact with another school friend in Sept this year (after 55 years!) and she knew Mo' s last name and set out to locate her. So sad we didn't reach out sooner.

Richard Turner

November 5, 2019

Aunt Maureen, may you rest peacefully in the loving arms of God. And may you family always feel your loving presence.

Ron Toles

November 4, 2019

A hardworking, congenial lady, who was a credit to the North Palm Beach Department of Public Safety. Over the years that we worked together, we shared laughs amid some great stories. I loved Maureen's accent and laugh. She was a great coworker

Mike Bichette

November 4, 2019

I remember the time that Maureen ever spoke to me. She marched down the hall towards me with such a fire in her eyes. I had written a citation in cursive and she needed to put me to right and that I would "from now on!" do them in block printing. I was taken aback and just a bit shaken up but we got along swell after that day. She would twist my ear and tell me that I needed to do better anytime I got near her. A great lady and I will always fondly think of her.

Julie Sekeres Doyle

November 4, 2019

I remember maureen she was so mice she worked with my dad Chief Sekeres many years. I always remembered her as kind and caring.

Donna FitzGerald McDonald

November 4, 2019

All of us have so many fond memories of Mo. She was always so strong, yet, one of the kindest people I knew. She had the knowledge to keep us detectives in line, and was the strength in the records/dispatch departments. If there was a problem, everyone knew she could & would get it resolved. We had a lot of good times in our personal friendship, as well as, our professional police department days. We also enjoyed poking the Dolphins fans at the police department because we were both from MA, and were the only ones that shared a love for the New England Patriots.
Rest now my dear friend, you fought the good fight.
My love, and deepest condolences, to all of her family.
Donna (FitzGerald) McDonald

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