Marven James Beattie UEL
Monsieur Beattie sera exposé au :
Complexe funéraire BROME-MISSISQUOI,
402, rue de la Rivière, Cowansville, Qc
Le dimanche 3 décembre 2017, de 14h à 16h, et de 19h à 22h.
Le lundi 4 décembre, le salon ouvrira à 13h, suivi des funérailles à 15h00.
L’inhumation se fera en privé, à une date ultérieure.
Paisiblement à la Maison Knowlton, le 27 novembre 2017, à l’âge de 74 ans, est décédé Monsieur Marven James Beattie, résident de longue date de Dunham.
Il laisse dans le deuil plusieurs cousins et de nombreux amis.
La famille remercie chaleureusement toute l’équipe du Knowlbanks, du Diapason et de la Maison Knowlton pour les excellents soins prodigués.
En sa mémoire, un don à la Fondation Au Diapason serait grandement apprécié par la famille. Des formulaires sont disponibles au Complexe, ou en ligne au : www.audiapason.orgLaisser un témoignage Envoyer des fleurs Faire un don
I was saddened to learn of Marven's passing. He was, without question, a gentleman and a ray of sunshine in an often dark world. I'll remember his good will and acts of kindness towards other people, as well as our many conversations, on a multitude of subjects, over the years. He was a true "Townshipper" in every sense of the word, and leaves behind many friends. Jim Manson Cowansville
I am glad to have had the chance to get to know him a little, to sing with him, and to hear him play piano by ear, in the time he spent at Knowlbanks.
Our deepest sympathies
My deepest sympathy to the Beattie families...
Karine et Marie-ève (Diapason)
Nos plus sincères sympathies à vous tous, nous gardons un bon souvenir de son passage avec nous. xxox
My sympathy to the Beattie family on the passing of Marven. May he rest in peace and may his caregivers feel the love they gave to him while he was with us here.
I went to school with Marvin, so sorry to hear of his passing.My sincere sympathy to the Beattie.
Dianne & John Rhicard
Our sympathy to the Beattie family.
Marvin was an old school friend, met him a few times for breakfast in Dunham , and he could usually be seen at the local soup luncheons, or suppers. He often talked of antiques, and was very knowledgeable of local history. My most heartfelt sympathies to the family . Marvin will surely be missed.
My sincere sympathies for all the family. Marvin spent many days at my restaurant and I think he was one of the biggest fans of lunch. He was never on time but he was always on his time. He was a gentle and a kind man and I shall always remember that about him.
Sorry to hear of Marvin's passing, however, it is better than suffering in this body! My condolences to all our dear friends who took such good care of Marvin.
Margaret & Richard Lacroix
Our deepest sympathy to the family. Always enjoyed our talks when we'd meet.
I was saddened to learn of Marven's passing last evening.We were boys growing up and seeing each other every Sunday at my Grandmother's house for mtg.I send my Sympathies to the Beattie families for your loss..Marven i'll always remember the times we spent together.
Carolyn Best & Brian Bowen
Sending sincere condolences to Marvin's friend and all whose life he touched. I went to school with Marvin at Heroes..He was very knowledgeable about the royal family. R.I.P. Marvin....???