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Born: Apr 28, 1957

Date of Passing: Jan 30, 2022

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Unexpectedly, with great sadness, we announce the sudden passing of Bryan George Beger, beloved brother, uncle and friend, on Sunday, January 30, 2022 at the Beausejour Hospital, at the age of 64.
Bryan is survived and sadly mourned by his best friend Ryan Sinclair; brother Glen (Debbie), their children Melissa, and Darryl (Micheline) and their daughter Brielle, Kurtis (Amy), and Emily (Tanner); sister Cheryl Riopka and her son Josh; and sister Lori Stelmaschuk; as well as special friends Andy, Jan, Ron and Maria, along with many others who know who they are.
Bryan was predeceased by his beloved wife Maureen (nee Anderson), his parents Herb and Elsie Beger, and his brother-in-law Mike Stelmaschuk.
Bryan was born on April 28, 1957 in Beausejour, Manitoba. He became a journeyman electrician and started Northeastern Electric at the young age of 21, which he ran successfully until he joined the Office of the Fire Commissioner in 2007. In November of 2015, Bryan joined Manitoba Hydro as an electrical inspector for the eastern region, and was a highly-regarded co-worker with a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
Bryan was a very community-minded individual and was active and served on the boards of the Brokenhead River Recreational Complex and the Canadian Power Toboggan Championships, to name a few, where he devoted countless hours of volunteer work over the years.
One of Bryan's true joys in life was travelling the world. He loved and travelled to many warm southern destinations. His curious mind also took him to places such as China, Egypt, Dubai, and numerous trips all over Europe. He was especially looking forward to an upcoming Mediterranean adventure to celebrate his retirement, which he unfortunately never got to do.
We will miss you dearly, Bryan. Rest in peace with Maureen by your side. It's not "Goodbye," it's "See you later, till we meet again."
Due to Covid restrictions, a celebration of Bryan's life will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Brokenhead River Community Foundation – CPTC Fund, Box 2225, Beausejour, MB. R0E 0C0, or to the Beausejour Hospital TV Fund, Box 1614, Beausejour, MB. R0E 0C0.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 05, 2022

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Bryan was a good coworker and friend at Dept of Labour. Sad to see him go so early in life. He will be missed. - Posted by: Darrell Friesen (Co-worker/Friend) on: Apr 21, 2022

  • You are missed - Posted by: Joel (coworker) on: Feb 10, 2022

  • "Sorry" seems too small and ineffective word to say, when we lose the one we love. I met Bryan when he worked at the Hydro Steinbach office, as a Commercial Electrical Inspector. It was always interesting to hear about his next big adventure, to who knows where AND that he still travelled with friends from High School! I can't imagine what it takes to stay friends with friends that long, let alone travel with them, that's a whole new level. It is these 'friends' that I think of, as that is what I remember most of Bryan and that he was a kind man. If I could find any words, any at all, to ease your pain, I would, but I do not. - Posted by: Connie Penne (Co-worker) on: Feb 09, 2022

  • Our deepest sympathies to the Beger family on their loss .Have known Bryan from his days at the Beausejour Elementary School. He was always friendly when we met at different times. Rest in peace Bryan. - Posted by: Bob and Veronica Osiowy (acquaintance ) on: Feb 05, 2022

  • So sorry to hear of your brother passing Lori. My prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family. Gail - Posted by: Gail Kotowich (Worked at Mts with Lori ) on: Feb 05, 2022

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