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GRANT STEPHEN BEALLY

Born: May 11, 1953

Date of Passing: May 09, 2022

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GRANT STEPHEN BEALLY
May 11, 1953 - May 9, 2022


With broken hearts we announce the peaceful passing of Grant, two days shy of his 69th birthday, with his wife Sandy holding his hand.
He was predeceased by his mom and dad, Edna and Harry, and many other loved ones.
Grant is survived by his loving wife Sandy, brothers, Lorne (Duff), Bruce, Paul (Wendy), niece Nicole (Tony), nephew Steve (Jessi), great-niece and nephew, Sienna and Giovanni, sister-in-law Leslie and father-in-law Andy (Keitha).
Grant was a surveyor for Water Control and Structures at Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation and retired in 2014. He received the M.I.T. award of excellence in 2011 for all of Manitoba in recognition of his outstanding contributions. He had a great work ethic, determination, and dedication throughout his career.
Grant loved his family and friends. He was loyal, fair, and a great mentor. It was a rare occasion to hear Grant say anything bad about anyone, giving all a fair shake. His home was his castle and he loved going to the family cabin and camping. Once Grant was in his fishing boat, he was the happiest man alive. Surrounded by nature he would comment, "This is where man is meant to be!" He enjoyed good food, travel, music, animals, movies, and new adventures. Grant scuba dived in the Caribbean, travelled many countries and loved to cook Chinese and Thai food. Another great joy of his was being an extra in the TV series the Pinkertons. Grant lived his life humbly and with integrity.
Thank you to Rosewood Lodge and Dr. Graham for your compassion, caring and for making Grant comfortable during his four year stay.
Cremation has taken place and a private gathering will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, one may donate to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice.


"You will be so missed Grant, I will love you forever and after forever"… Sandy
Condolences may be left at mackenziefh.com


MacKenzie Funeral Home
Stonewall
204-467-2525
mackenziefh.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 21, 2022

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Grant was a good friend, he had such a passion for the outdoors, we’ve had many great times at there family cottage in the big Whiteshell with Grant, Sandy, Paul, Mom and Dad. Always a great fishing story & always a good time and always great food. Crowduck lake was one of my fondest memories and a lot of fun. We would do anything to get into that lake. A very loyal man indeed, RIP my friend. We love you Grant, Terry, Sherry, Alesha - Posted by: Terry dyck (Friend ) on: May 23, 2022

  • Our condolences and prayers to Paul and Wendy and Paul's family on the loss of Grant. May your memories be a blessing. Don and Debbie Paskaruk - Posted by: Don Paskaruk (Friend of Paul ) on: May 22, 2022

  • Our condolences and prayers to Paul and Wendy and Paul's family on the loss of Grant. May your memories be a blessing. Don and Debbie Paskaruk - Posted by: Don Paskaruk (Friend of Paul ) on: May 22, 2022

  • RIP Grant. We last saw each other about 50 yrs. ago or so. Tempus fugit. - Posted by: Murray E. Milligan (Old friend) on: May 21, 2022

  • Very sad to hear of Grants Passing. The memories from the 70's & 80's are often thought of with a chuckle. Those were crazy times, especially the "4 Gs" American road trip...Great fun! Very, vert sad. - Posted by: Guy Barrett (An old friend) on: May 21, 2022

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