Charles Paul Beuglet

Charles Paul Beuglet

May 23, 1936 - January 28, 2022

Charles Paul Beuglet

May 23, 1936 - January 28, 2022


Charles P. Beuglet

Charles P. Beuglet, 85, of Costa Mesa passed Friday, January 28, 2022.  He was born on May 23, 1936, in Tecumseh, Ontario Canada.

Charles was a man of faith, family, integrity, and honesty.

He always had time to talk, listen and give advice.  His door was always open. He will be greatly missed by all friends and family.

He is preceded in death by his father, Ernest Beuglet, Mother Marie Morand Beuglet, wife, Catherine Cole Beuglet and sibling Gerard Beuglet.

Charles is survived by his son Charles C (Nikki) Beuglet and Granddaughter Katelin Beuglet, Siblings Mariette (Chuck) Forberg, Jeanne (Jack) Ryan, Marilyn (Gerard) Beuglet and nieces and nephews

His service will be held at 12PM on Friday, February 18, 2022, at Our Lady Queen of Angels in Newport Beach, CA.  His ashes will be buried at a memorial service at Saint Anne’s Cemetery in Tecumseh, Ontario Canada, with his wife, Catherine Cole Beuglet at a date to be determined.


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5 responses to Charles Paul Beuglet

  1. Kelly says:

    I did not know your father, but I wanted to send my condolences. I am sending you and your family lots of love.

  2. Many fond memories of Uncle Charlie and Aunt Cathy as a child, especially that wonderful vacation at their chalet in the Laurentians. I can never hear Johnny Mathis without thinking of them. Sending my love Charles.

  3. My condolences to your family on the passing of Charley. He lived in the house down the block in Tecumseh. He was a few years younger than I . I saw him last at the 100th anniversary of our parish , St. Anne in Tecumseh. We sat at the same table of former priests from the parish. He made a deep and lasting impression on me. Larry laforet

  4. Roger Emery says:

    My condolences to the family on Charles’ passing. I saw some talk above about a chalet in the Laurentians.
    It was some 55years ago that Charley took me under his wing suggesting I was too serious about my ministerial devotion in the Diocese of London, and said we were going skiing at Mont Tremblant. And ski we did. It turned out to be at the same time as Pierre Trudeau. What a great time! Charley was a super guy.

    Roger Emery (Class of 1965)

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