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In Loving Memory


Martin "Marty"Beauchamp

Born in Montreal, Quebec

November 6, 1938

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

February 27, 2018

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Beauchamp, Martin

Peacefully on Tuesday February 27th, 2018 at Bluewater Health in Sarnia, with his family by his side. Marty was predeceased by his loving wife of 50 years Margery (2014).

Beloved father of his wonderful children Marcel Beauchamp, Wendy and Greg Box, and Ruth and Brad Basso.

Loving Grandfather & Bubba to Chantelle and Nicole Beauchamp and Braden and Maddi Basso. Survived his sisters Betty McDonald (Joe), and Merle Milsom (Bud).

Martin was a well known and respected mechanic for 37 years at Canadian Tire along with his bench partner Jimmy Powell. Marty also shared a special friendship with his neighbour Chris Schooley for 30 years. His days were brightened by his best buddy Truman.

Marty faced his diagnosis bravely because 

he knew he had a date with an angel.

Cremation has taken place. At Martin's request there will be no visitation or services. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in "Martin's Guestbook" at In lieu of flowers donations may be given to the Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to McCormack Funeral Home – Stewart Chapel, Sarnia.

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Dear Ruth, Wendy, Marcel and family. My deepest condolences for your loss. It was a privilege caring for Marty and getting to know you all, even if it was only for a short while. What a wonderful picture of Marty - I can tell that he would have been able to put a similar smile on anyone's face. Warmest condolences.

Evan Lilly

Dear Marcel, Wendy , Ruth and family. I will never forget how wonderful Marty was to my sister Marg. How kind and giving he has been to my family and me. I know Marty, that you and your angel will strolling around Heaven today. Love you dearly. Love Robert, Sally and family.

Sally Dillon

We would like to express our sorrow and condolences to the family. We feel very blessed to have known Marty. He will be truly missed.

Cam and Teresa Gray

Dear Wendy, Ruth, Marcel and families, So sorry for your loss. Marty was a wonderful neighbour and so kind to Mike and I especially after the loss of our parents.

Chris Burr


When my Uncle Marcel informed me today of Martin's passing, a number of long forgotten and good memories emerged. Fireworks night in Verdun, visits to the MAA grounds in Westmount, and long train rides from Montreal to Sarnia with my family to visit Martin and his family. I am also glad that, on a business trip to Sarnia in the 1990s, I was able to spend a couple of hours with Martin and his family. My condolences go out to Betty and Merle. Rest in Peace, cousin. Richard

Richard Beauchamp

Marcel, Wendy, Ruth and families, We were very sorry to read about your dad's passing. I have so many good memories of teaching the three of you and getting so much support and kindness from your parents. Homemade bread and wine are two of those memories as well as swimming parties, along with lots of laughter and warmth. Your parents were good people and these characteristics became evident in their children. Deepest sympathies to each of you.

Terry and Ingrid Mason

Merle and Bud, We are so sorry for your loss. Take care. Love, Marilyn and Bill Tomlinson

Marilyn & Bill Tomlinson

Ruth, Brad and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, may your memories help console your pain.

Lorne & Thelma McEwen

Dear Wendy, Ruth, Marcel and families: We are so sadden by the passing of Marty. He was a wonderful neighbour and friend. We are truly going to miss him, a void in our heart that will never be filled. RIP Marty

Lynda/Richie MacDonald

Though greatly saddened by Martys passing,i consider myself fortunate to have known him and spent time talking with him,he was a great father and husband to my sister,he was truly loved by everyone who knew him,he was a generous man in so many ways,i love to remember him and my sister as Mr&Mrs.Santa Claus,i remember the early days of him courting Margey,he would sit playing guitar with my Mom on piano,my Dad also on guitar and Margey singing,i loved those times,he had an appreciation of beauty as evidenced in his yardwork,i know he was very proud of his family,and loved gathering them in his home,he was an important part of my life and I do wish that I told him so,he taught me things and always made me feel like he was interested in my thoughts,i miss you Marty as do we all and look forward to a great reunion someday in Gods kingdom,rest in peace knowing you left a wonderful legacy.

Jim Chevalier

a great guy with such an upbeat personality. always cheery when he dropped in to pauls tv on his break from Canadian tire. he could do a wheel alignment with his bare hands!! always called me DOOG.

peter dougan

So sorry to learn of Martin's passing

Nancy Bentein Rathburn

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