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Lawrence "Pat" Beasley
July 26, 1931 ~ February 4, 2024 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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The family of Lawrence “Pat” Beasley are sad to announce his passing on February 4th at the age of 92.
Pat began his long life in Kanoso with his parents and 5 siblings. He grew up mostly in the Slave Lake area and then moved to Edmonton as a young man. It was there that Pat began his first career as a lineman. This had him doing lots of work in the north country. It was at this time, in Uranium City, he met his beloved wife, Jean. They began married life in Edmonton but ended up settling in Carrot Creek where they raised their 3 children and became active community members. Pat began a new career as a crane operator and in 1973 Pat & Jean’s General Store was opened in Peers. They ran the store with the help of family and friends until retirement. At that point Pat’s house continued to be the hub of the family and Pat was able to enjoy watching the family grow and spend time in the great outdoors. Especially in the sunshine, which is why Pat & Jean grew their wings and frequented Arizona over the cold winter months. Pat lived a long life, full of love and passed away surrounded by his children. He will be dearly missed but we find comfort in knowing he is at peace.
Pat was predeceased by his parents as well as his 5 siblings, his wife, Jean Beasley and his daughter, Maxine Beasley. He is survived by his children Patrice (Aubrey) Michener and Lawrence (Aldyth) Beasley, as well as all his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Please join us in celebrating this great man at the Carrot Creek Hall Saturday, February 17th at 3:00 p.m.
In lieu of floral tributes, contributions to the Edson Healthcare Centre Auxiliary (link below) would be appreciated or donations for the Carrot Creek Hall can be brought to his Celebration of Life.