Gilbert Beaulieu

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Gilbert Lomer Beaulieu 1963 - 2022 On Thursday June 2, 2022, at the age of 59, Gilbert Lomer Beaulieu passed away peacefully in the home he grew up in. The youngest of 8 children, he was the beloved son of Monique and the late Lomer Beaulieu. Husband and true love of Karen, proud father to Bobby (Nikki), Jessica (Richard) and Rebecca, and adoring Papa to his three grandchildren; Quinn, Lomer and Elias. Predeceased by brothers Bobby-Lee, Ivan and George. Sadly missed by sisters Diane (Laurie) and Cindy (Murray) and brothers Larry (Cheri) and Ron (Tina), and many, many nieces and nephews. Gilbert valued his family above all else and his definition of family extended to his closest friends, who will miss him dearly. An avid outdoorsman, Gilbert loved spending time in the wilderness, hunting and fishing with his late father, his son, brothers and close friends. Gilbert was a hard-working, compassionate, wise and patient person with an amazing sense of humour and a pure love for life. He was a big man with a huge heart and this loss will be felt deeply by so many. But his love for those he left behind and the bonds he has helped his friends and family build with one another will bring them comfort during this difficult time. A private celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations are not necessary but can be made towards Mountsberg’s “Adopt a Raptor” program through the Conservation Halton Foundation.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Gilbert
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at J. Scott Early Funeral Home
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