BEAULIEU, Michael David, Chief Warrant Officer, MMM, CD, COOK

Mike, aged 55, passed peacefully surrounded by his family at home in Gananoque on Sunday December 13, 2015.  Mike is survived by his wife Wendy and sons Michael and Alex. A Celebration of Life service will be held at HMCS Cataraqui on Thursday December 17 at 11am followed by a reception at the Vimy Officers’ Mess, CFB Kingston. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations to the U.H.K.F. (Cancer Centre) would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be made at www.tompkinsfuneralhome.ca. As well there is a post on the CF Cooks Facebook page with many comments and stories from those who knew and worked with Mike over his career.

From CWO Jay Rached, CD, D Mil C 6-8-3 (Cooks):

“Mike was a comrade, friend and mentor to many within the trade and CAF, for those that knew him and had the opportunity to work with him over the years know that his passion for the occupation was abundant and infectious; he made many of us strive to achieve as well as do and be more.”.


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