In memory of
William N. Beauchaine
In memory of
William N. Beauchaine
On Monday April 12, 2021, William N. Beauchaine, age 59, passed away at Concord Hospital after a long battle with diabetes and care at the Harris Hill Center. Bill was born April 21, 1961, son of Norbert and Jean Woodhull Beauchaine of Guild, NH. Bill graduated from Newport High School and worked with his Dad in Beauchaine's Bait Shop in Guild. He loved dealing with the bait customers and was a friend to everyone. He married Janice Scovil from Concord and made his home in Concord with their two daughters, Jacklyn and Pamela. He worked in the kitchen at the Cat & Fiddle Restaurant, then later at Hannafords in Concord. He enjoyed going deep sea fishing, bowling, and loved the Red Sox and Patriots. Bill was a family man who loved to spend most of his time teaching his girls tee ball, gymnastics, fishing, and most of all, family trips to Maine to the ocean. He loved karaoke, poker, and just being the life of the party. Bill was predeceased by his Dad, Norbert Beauchaine, grandparents, and nephew, Steven. Bill is survived by his mother, Jean Beauchaine of Guild, his wife, Janice of Concord, daughters, Jacklyn of Concord and Pamela and her husband, Kevin Bjelf, of Belmont, and granddaughter, Lily. Lily was his first and only granddaughter and the love of his life. He is also survived by his sister, Sheree Charland and husband, David, of Claremont, brothers, John Beauchaine of Guild, Alan Beauchaine of Guild, and Kris and his wife, Kay, of Sunapee, and several nieces and nephews. There will be no visitation or services. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 30 East 33rd St. NY, NY 10016 or the Shriners Hospital for Children, Processing Center, PO Box 863765, Orlando, FL 32886.
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42 Main Street
Newport, NH 03773
In memory of
William N. Beauchaine
On Monday April 12, 2021, William N. Beauchaine, age 59, passed away at Concord Hospital after a long battle with diabetes and care at the Harris Hill Center. Bill was born April 21, 1961, son of Norbert and Jean Woodhull Beauchaine of Guild, NH. Bill graduated from Newport High School and worked with his Dad in Beauchaine's Bait Shop in Guild. He loved dealing with the bait customers and was a friend to everyone. He married Janice Scovil from Concord and made his home in Concord with their two daughters, Jacklyn and Pamela. He worked in the kitchen at the Cat & Fiddle Restaurant, then later at Hannafords in Concord. He enjoyed going deep sea fishing, bowling, and loved the Red Sox and Patriots. Bill was a family man who loved to spend most of his time teaching his girls tee ball, gymnastics, fishing, and most of all, family trips to Maine to the ocean. He loved karaoke, poker, and just being the life of the party. Bill was predeceased by his Dad, Norbert Beauchaine, grandparents, and nephew, Steven. Bill is survived by his mother, Jean Beauchaine of Guild, his wife, Janice of Concord, daughters, Jacklyn of Concord and Pamela and her husband, Kevin Bjelf, of Belmont, and granddaughter, Lily. Lily was his first and only granddaughter and the love of his life. He is also survived by his sister, Sheree Charland and husband, David, of Claremont, brothers, John Beauchaine of Guild, Alan Beauchaine of Guild, and Kris and his wife, Kay, of Sunapee, and several nieces and nephews. There will be no visitation or services. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 30 East 33rd St. NY, NY 10016 or the Shriners Hospital for Children, Processing Center, PO Box 863765, Orlando, FL 32886.
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