Beverly Alfred McQuitty

April 9, 2019 4 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

On April 4, 2019, Beverly Alfred McQuitty of Cherhill Alberta passed away at the age of 63.

Bev was born in Saskatoon Saskatchewan to George and Grace McQuitty March 18, 1956.

Bev is survived by his his loving wife Zinovia Robin; his three children, Burguandy Le (Yehlan), David Allan (Jackie), Colby Adam (Colleen); 8 grandchildren Sydney, Jackson, Izabelle, Jersey, Justice, Alexandra, Edward and Huxley; siblings Bill (Elaine), Judy (Stan), Jim (Elaine), Jerry (Fonda), Loretta, George (Carmen) and sisters-in-law Pattie.

He was predeceased by his parents George and Grace, sister Diane, brothers Doug and Bob.

The Celebration of life (party) for Bev will be held at the Cherhill Community Hall, in Cherhill Alberta April 18, 2019 at 1:00 p.m.

  1. I am so sorry to hear about Bev! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in these difficult days!

  2. beverly is a great man. I didn’t know him very well but the things I do know is, that he would do anything for family, lived up to the expectation of a father. he was a hard ass to the ones he loved the most for all the right reasons, showing them the right path, not telling them what to do but guiding them along the way. I don’t know much about his other children but I knew he would do anything to make sure his son Colby would be ok on his life journey. he will be forever looking over all of you as your gardian angels making sure your all on the right track. Im really glad I got to see him before his passing. it was I nice treat for him to grace me with is presence for one last time. thank you bev for teaching me important life lessons, it was great of you to teach me those “thank you”

  3. Way to soon for Bev to go, he leaves a lot of family behind hurting but when they remember his keep on moving practical sense way of approaching life, that were always for the right reasons for those around him, then moving on will be easier.
    Bev was my roommate for five years back before we where married, he was good to be around, we both attended N.A.I.T at the same time, went on a motorcycle trip to Newfoundland together and sometimes worked together surveying.
    Cheri and I stood for Bev and Robin at there wedding (he chased her for quite a while 🙂 ), after that we moved southand did not see each other for decades until we went to Cherhill last summer. It was good to see him again, he hadn’t changed at heart though we were both shorter and wider (liked the beard), it was great to see the life he had made for himself and his family.
    Bev just lost two close brothers in as many years, now three are gone, this is a tragedy for the McQuitty family, hard to imagine, we wish you well.
    Bev was a good man and I will miss him.

  4. I had not seen Bev in many years and recently saw him at his brother Doug’s Celebration of Life and had the opportunity to have a visit with him. What a tragedy for the McQuitty family to have lost three brothers in the past year. Find comfort in the many memories you have shared. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Elaine.

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