OBITUARY

Mr. Wayne Beacham

October 28, 1967March 9, 2010

Wayne Beacham October 28,1967 - March 9, 2010

It is with heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of our son, father, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend; Brian (Wayne) Beacham, age 42. Wayne will be lovingly remembered by his parents Brian & Margaret Beacham of Sioux Narrows, ON; his children Matthew, Meagan & Bradley; his brother Bruce (Michelle), Tyler, Ashley & Riley; sister Jackie (Rene), Robbie & Julie; and sister Kathie (Augie), Brendan, Jonathan & Kaylie. He will also be remembered by Stacy, (Greg) sister-in-law Lianne (Dale Jackson) Kaitlyn& Emma, father-in-law Lanny LaBelle(Colleen) Mother-in-law Judy LaBelle as well as his best friend Grant Swire.

He was predeceased by his brother Bradley (1969), grandparents Jim & Olga Beacham, John & Margaret Livingston. Uncles Melvin, Barrie & George, aunt Gail and niece Christina (2001).

Wayne was born on October 28, 1967 and raised in Sioux Narrows, Ontario. He received his education at Sioux Narrows public school, Lakewood Intermediate, and Beaver Brae Secondary School (Grad 87). After high school Wayne worked as a guide and started learning the skills to be a Carpenter. Wayne owned his contracting business building and renovating homes and cottages in the Fort Frances and Sioux Narrows area. The phone never stopped ringing with people calling for Wayne to apply his trade.

Wayne had 3 passions in life. His family (especially his kids), curling & fishing. Wayne’s life revolved around his kids. He enjoyed taking them fishing & to hockey practices and games. He was his happiest when he was with his kids. He enjoyed having Matthew work with him in the summer months and loved to take his kids out on the lake. Anyone that was lucky enough to know Wayne would soon realize his compassion for others. He would do anything & everything for his friends & family. Wayne was very close to his Dad and thought of him not only as his Dad, but as one of his best friends. His passion for curling started at an early age, and he competed throughout high school and continued in his later years. His greatest achievement in curling was when he won the National Mixed Championships for Northwestern Ontario. Wayne’s passion for fishing also started at an early age. As soon as he could drive a boat he became a fishing guide out on the lake for summer employment. This was the best job for him, giving him the opportunity to enjoy his passion. A Memorial Service will be held at the Sioux Narrows United Church on Saturday, March 13, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Carl Emke officiating.

Online condolences may be made at www.brownfuneralhomekenora.com

BROWN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE ENTRUSTED WITH ARRANGEMENTS.

To Those I Love and Those Who Love Me.

When I’m gone, release me, let me go. I have so many things to see and do. You mustn’t tie yourself to me with tears, Be happy we had so many wonderful years.

I gave you my love and you can only guess How much you gave me in happiness. I thank you for the love you each have shown, But now it’s time I travelled on alone.

So grieve a while for me if you must, Then let your grief be comforted by trust. It’s only for a while that we must part. So bless those memories in your heart.

I won’t be far away, for life goes on, And if you need me, call and I will come. Though you can’t see me or touch me, I’ll be near And if you listen with your heart you’ll hear All of my love around, soft and clear.

And then, when you must come this way alone… I’ll greet you with a smile and … “Welcome Home”

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 13, 2010
REMEMBERING

Mr. Wayne Beacham

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Raymond and Leona King

March 15, 2010

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Janet Shodin(Strath)

March 14, 2010

I spent so much time at the Beacham house growing up, it was my home away from home, I always felt welcomed & never felt like I was a pest, although I'm sure I was, Kathy was my best friend growing up in Sioux Narrows, I will always remember Wayne as being kind,sweet,and funny. I will cherish the memories I have. Your family will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

Ron & Marilyn Lindner

March 14, 2010

We will miss Wayne, a man we admired and respected. Wayne was a skilled craftsman who rightfully took pride in his work...and after the job was finished we were fortunate enough to know just a little bit of his personal life (usually over some pie and coffee). We know how proud he was of his family, it was evident how much he loved his father and enjoyed working with him but his words also described how abundantly he loved this Lake--the fishing--the times with his family--again Family----------that is what I will most remember about Wayne--he loved to talk about his family and he sure loved desserts.
Wayne, I'm sorry I won't be able to make the chocolate mousse cake I promised you this last summer. It will have to be in heaven. I owe you one.
Ron & Marilyn Lindner

Bill Waugh

March 12, 2010

Just wanted to send you my condolences at this very difficult time.Wayne was definately one in a million.
Bill Waugh

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