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Keith Antonio Benson Beaulieu

April 3, 1997 ~ April 25, 2022 (age 25)


It is with profound sadness that our family announces the passing of our dear beloved son, brother, and father

Keith Antonio Benson Beaulieu was born on April 3rd, 1997 at the Portage La Prairie General Hospital. He passed away peacefully on April 25, 2022 at the Kelowna General Hospital with his mother at his side.

Keith leaves to mourn his pride and joy, his son Easton Beaulieu and his mother Cheyanne,  his step children he took as his own Zophia and Xavier, his parents Marlene & Leslie Guiboche,  his siblings Shane, Shanika, Shaylee, Leslie Jr., Jamie, Nathanial. His biologic father Brian Spence (Brass) and his paternal half-siblings Keanna, Kierah, Kobe. His grandparents Lonnie Beaulieu, Diane Beaulieu, Mervin and Melva Spence, Aunties Dawn (Russell), Lorna, Loni and Lena. Numerous cousins, numerous great aunts and uncles and godson Ariston Guiboche.

He was predeceased by his grandparents Debra Beaulieu and Benson Houle, his great grandparents, numerous great aunts and uncles, his bros Kurtis Beaulieu and David Myerion.

Keith was a very humble man who gleamed with pride for others when they succeeded.   His positive attitude and energy was very contagious. He was capable of turning any negative situation into a positive one. He was a very hard worker who developed a passion in working with concrete.  He took great pride in his work and ensured that every job he did was complete to perfection. He planned on perusing a career in the concrete industry, which led him to Kelowna, B.C. in search of greater experience prior to seeking certification and starting his own company.

Keith took great pride in his family at home in Sandy Bay and also his own family he was given in Winnipeg. He had a great zest for life that gave rise to him accepting any invitation to adventurous road trips and trying new things. Keith loved to prepare good meals for him and his siblings at home. He was the most skilled BBQ cook who was capable of grilling the perfect melt in your mouth steak.

Keith also had a passion for music which inspired him to write record and make his own music in his younger years. (KayB Nation).

Hanging out with his bros and having a good time was another favourite thing to do. During his adolescent years he turned our home into an internet café, where he and his friends would spend countless hours playing video and online games and living off pizzas and easy to cook foods. When he got older and moved into the trailer next door, his door was always open to his bros who would spend countless days with Keith playing video games, listening to music and just enjoying each other’s company. There was never a shortage of laughter when in the presence of Keith as it was in his nature to put a smile on one's face by joking around and being silly with everyone.

Once Keith met Cheyanne and moved to Winnipeg, his life priorities changed and he transformed into a family man with ease, which led him to finding his first job in concrete by responding to an ad in Kijiji. That is when and where he found the love for working with concrete.  One thing that never changed for Keith though was his positive life perception. He loved life. It was always about having fun and being happy.  Keith will always be remembered for his positive personality, his radiant smile and being Mama’s Golden Boy.

To send flowers to Keith's family, please visit our floral store.


May 5, 2022

5:00 PM
281 Centre Rd
281 Centre Rd
Sandy Bay, MB R0H 0T0

May 6, 2022

3:00 PM
Sandy Bay Community Complex

Funeral Service
May 7, 2022

3:00 PM
Sandy Bay Community Complex

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