Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Funeral Homes

307 Promenade Riverside, St-Lambert, QC


Robert (Bob) George Beattie

January 18, 1931September 25, 2019

Robert ( Bob) George Beattie

1931 - 2019

Age 88, passed away peacefully on September 25, 2019 in Brossard, Quebec. Bob is survived by his wife and childhood sweetheart, Irene Morin and celebrated 67 years of marriage this past April. Loving father to Brian (Barbara King), Barbara (Tom Sweet) and Kevin (Tracy McCahill). He is predeceased by his daughter Brenda. Cherished grandfather to Erin, Meghan, Alexandre, Lilianne, Katie and Matthew as well as his great-grandchildren Jacks, Harris and Riley.

Bob worked for the C.N.R for 42 years and enjoyed his retirement years in Florida and at the family cottage in Newport, Vermont where he enjoyed golfing, travel, family and friends.

Our father always put his family first. He was also a tireless volunteer on various civic causes including Dorval Minor Hockey, Neighborhood Watch, Meals on Wheels and to his church. He always believed in giving back to his community which made him such a great man. He will be sadly missed.

Special thanks to our wonderful cousins Donna Laniel (Robert) and Lisa Laniel (Geoff) for their caring hearts and tireless spirit. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the 5th floor staff of Marcelle-Ferron nursing home for taking such good care of our dad.

The family will receive condolences on Saturday October 5, 2019, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Collins Clarke MacGillivray White funeral home, 307 Riverside, Saint-Lambert, Qc, J4P 1A7.

A chapel service will be held at 12 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bob’s name to The Canadian Cancer Society or Parkinson’s Quebec.


  • Visitation Saturday, October 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, October 5, 2019


Robert (Bob) George Beattie

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Gail Coady

October 2, 2019

As a young girl I remember Uncle Bob’s love for trains! He would put a 45 record on the record player and Dad would crank the sound up and Uncle Bob just threw his arm up and pulled that horn and let her rip in time with the record.
I don’t know which train it was but he passed on his great enthusiasm on to all of us. He had a very big laugh.
He was my mum’s brother and I loved him dearly. He enjoyed getting a kick out of calling me ‘Gaily’ which wasn’t my favourite nickname but he would just smile and give me a big hug and all was well.
He had an infectious sense of humour and was so very kind hearted. I will always remember him lovingly.
I was blessed to have him in my life, I know I’m not alone in saying how he will be sorely missed.
Rest easy Uncle Bob, heaven is a better place having you. Give all those that have gone before you a big hug from me. I hope to be with all of you one day. ❤️

Susan Pereira

September 30, 2019

So many wonderful memories! One so insignificant, but that often pops into my head is going with Barb and “Mr. B” to “The Pop Shoppe” and helping to pick out the Pop to fill the red cases! Silly, but still a special memory for me.
My heart is breaking at the loss of “Mr. B”. Thinking of you all and extending our most heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time.