George Joseph "Jay" Beauvais

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November 13, 1936 ~ January 19, 2022

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

George Joseph “Jay” Beauvais passed away on January 19, 2022.
Survived by his wife of 65 years, Mary Ann; son, David (Jacque); daughters, Sue Ann and Colleen; grandchildren, Bart (Kacey), Wade (Alex) and Vickie (Andrew); sister-in-law, Mary Ellen of Arizona; as well as numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and good friends; beloved grand dog and constant companion, “Holly Belle.”
Preceded in death by his parents, George and Mary; sister, Marilyn Therese S.C.; and twin brother, Ed.
Jay was born in Pueblo on Nov. 13, 1936, attended Pueblo Catholic High and Pueblo Junior College where he played basketball. Was supervisor of customer service for 40 years with Public Service Company of Colorado. Delivered Pueblo Salsa for the Chamber for Commerce as well officiated high school basketball and Eucharistic Minister to the homebound.
Member of the Knights of Columbus Council 12720, Board member of El Pueblo Boy’s Ranch and 30 year member of the Pueblo Bowling Assoc.
Jay enjoyed bowling, golf and was an avid spectator at all of his grandchildren’s events.
Rosary, 9:30 a.m. and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, Shrine of St. Therese or Bristol Hospice of Colorado Springs.
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Rosary: January 25, 2022 9:30 am

Shrine of St. Therese
300 Goodnight Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004


Funeral Mass: January 25, 2022 10:00 am

Shrine of St. Therese
300 Goodnight Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004


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  1. Colleen
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. My deepest sympathy hugs and prayers to you and all the family. Cathy Maes

  2. To The Family of George Beauvais, Our deepest condolences and prayers to all of you as you mourn the passing of your husband and father. We will always remember George as a kind and caring person who faithfully and tirelessly volunteered at The Shrine of St Therese in various areas of the church along with Mary Ann. May our kind and merciful Lord grant him a place of rest in his kingdom of heaven and may he comfort all of you in your sorrow. RIP George and thank you for all you did at The Shrine of St Therese and throughout the community!
    Marge Moorcroft and John Moorcroft

  3. Colleen and family, We are so sorry for your loss. May jay rest in peace! Always looking for him when I go out in the back yard a habit that won’t go away, I now know he is there in spirt and will always be there.
    God Bless!

  4. We were so sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. We wish we could be there with you, but from here in Arizona, we’ll be saying the rosary with you at 9:30 and saying a prayer for Jay and the family at 10:00. While you are listening to the eulogy we will be remembering Jay and what a wonderful life he had made with Mary Ann and the kids, David, Sue Ann, and Colleen, and all the grandkids. He was a dedicated husband, a proud and generous grandpa, and as good a friend as anyone could have (and that’s a very long list of very lucky folks). He and Mary lived a religious life by doing it with service to others and a loving fidelity to each other. I suspect that even as we are celebrating his life down here he is getting things ready up there.

  5. Beauvais Family, our sincere condolences to all of the family. We were blessed to have known Mr. Beauvais. He was a fine man who had a wonderful family. We know he is in a good place. With deep sympathy,
    Rhonda and Scott

  6. So sorry to hear of your loss. Jay was such a caring and kind person. My thoughts and prayers to Maryann and Colleen and the entire family.

  7. Remembering the fun Public Service Co. employee picnics and wonderful Christmas parties all those years ago. Deepest condolences Mary Ann and family; you are all in my prayers.

  8. We were so sorry to hear about George. So many fond memories at the Shrine when they took the St. Joseph breads to the home bound. Rest in peace. Blessings and hugs to Maryann and family.

  9. Mary Ann and family. So sorry to read of Jay’s death. My prayers are with you, Coleen and all of your children.

  10. Beauvais Family,
    Jay was a true gentleman in every aspect. They don’t make them like him anymore! Great memories of those school rides in his back seat to St. Therese grade school. Pueblo lost another great one.

    So sorry for you loss and Rest In Peace my friend. God bless to your entire family.

    Ted and Kelly Vinci

  11. Such a wonderful man to k kw. He was always happy to see you. Always had a smile in his face. Condolences to all the family. May he rest in peace…

  12. Dear Colleen and family,
    May God’s hands rest upon you to bring you peace and love during this difficult time. Your dad is resting in his Heavenly home!

    Michelle Meier

  13. I don’t know of a family that has such deep love and support for each other. George taught me so much about family, friendship, faith. If anyone has a chance to walk through the doors of heaven, it is you my friend. Sending love and hugs to Colleen, Sue, David and grandchildren. We will all miss this beautiful man. Rest in peace.

  14. To the Beauvais Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have so many fond memories of the Beauvais family. May God wrap you in his arms and keep you warm and safe during this very sad time.
    Nancy (Mihalco) Cathey

  15. To the Beauvais family, we are so very sorry. Our heartfelt condolences and lots of prayers. Brendan, Bernay and Becky Brumbaugh

  16. Dave, Jacque and family, I am so sorry for your loss.
    Cling to all the good memories.
    Marilyn Barrett

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