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Dale Beswitherick
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1953 - 2018
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Obituary for Dale Beswitherick

Dale  Beswitherick
Surrounded by family, Dale Beswitherick passed away on Friday, August 24, 2018 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Dale was born and raised in Brandon, Manitoba. He was the youngest of three boys and had a very happy childhood. Dale attended Assiniboine College after high school where he took auto body repair. This came in very handy over the years fixing old vehicles for family and friends. When he was in his early teens he was invited to spend a summer working at his uncle's farm. It was an education in itself and all these years later he would still light up at the memory of those months. The stories seemed to never end as he would recount all he learned during that time. It toughened up the city boy in him for sure! Dale managed a Kentucky Fried Chicken order and pick up restaurant in the mid 70's and left there to go to Keystone Glass where he worked until Dec 2017. In 2001, Dale and his wife started Harmony Home Picture Framers which they successfully operated up until his illness. Dale was interested in everyone and everything. His family always said Dale could live 3 life times and never run out of ideas or things he was interested in trying. He was never bored and constantly inventing or building something. He could fix almost anything and everything he did was done with excellence. Dale loved his church family. Sunday mornings were one of the favourite times of his week. Dale had a strong faith in God which was never more evident than during his illness. With unwavering faith and grace and dignity he walked out the long 8 months. His personality never changed. Always the kind, quiet, gentle natured guy who never let life's hardships change his core values. Dale met his wife Marg in 1974. They were married Oct 18, 1975. They had two sons, Todd (Michelle) and Scott (Faith). As a family they spent every summer at Clear Lake biking, hiking, boating, waterskiing, and tubing. Many nights were spent sitting around fires until the wee hours of the morning. During those years raising his boys he acquired his pilot's license. He loved flying and would go every chance he could. Besides his love of flying Dale loved to sail. He also enjoyed going to the gun range with his boys. Dale and his sons enjoyed being together so much and no man could have loved his sons and his daughters-in-law more than he. Dale was blessed to have many close and dear friends who faithfully visited him over the many months he was hospitalized. They stuck with him to the very end and he loved them dearly. Dale will be deeply missed by his wife Marg, his son Todd (Michelle) and son Scott (Faith), his brothers and their families and many nieces, nephews and many dear friends. A huge and heartfelt thank you to Dr. Nichol, and the nurses and health care workers of A3. You were unbelievably kind, patient and caring. You went above and beyond and for that, we, Dale's family are truly grateful. The Celebration of Dale's Life took place at Central United Church on Friday, August 31, 2018. Pastor Ben Karuhije officiated. Donations in memory of Dale may be made to the Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation for Palliative Care, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3, or to Cities Church, please make cheque payable to Great Commission Foundation, mailed to Cities Church, 2 Cottonwood Crescent, Brandon, MB R7A 2H8.