BEGIN,  RICK DUNCAN – suddenly on Monday January 27, 2014, Rick Begin of Ridgeville in his 60th year.  Loving husband to Tammy.  Dear father of Erica Taylor (Matthew) and Bob Begin.  Loving grandfather to Mackenzie and Abigail.  Rick is survived by his sister Cathy Haggarty (Gerry) and his brother David (Robin), his father in law Jack Leadley (late Winnie), and his step mother Theresa Begin.  Dear brother in law to Sue and Russ Dobell.  Rick will be missed by his nieces Alex, Rachel and Jordan and nephews Mark and Jeremy.  Predeceased by his parents Robert and Beverley Begin.  Resting at the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick for Funeral Service in the LAMPMAN CHAPEL on Friday January 31st at 10:00 A.M.  Interment at Lane Cemetery in St. Anns to follow.  The family will receive friends on Thursday January 30th from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M.  Donations to the Arthritis Society or Alyssa McLintock Trust Fund.

11 thoughts on “RICK DUNCAN BEGIN

  • Your Condolence. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Tammy, we will remember Rick with love and humour. He will be missed.

    • Your Condolence My thoughts and prayers to the family, during this time. I remember Rick well from our Belwood Lodge and Camp days.

  • Dear Erica, Matt, Mackenzie and Abby.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your sudden loss. May the many happy memories of your life together bring you peace. Please know that we are among the many who mourn with you, call upon us if we can be of help.

    With our continuing love and support … Grace and Rick

  • My condolences to the Begin Family. I knew Rick many years back when we commuted together to Brock University. We shared a lot of laughs and good times during our time there.. And while we each went our different ways over the following years, my fond memories of him have remained strong.

  • So sorry to hear of Rick’s passing. Many years have passed since spending time together, but many fond memories flood back from the early days in, around and after Wanakita. “One thing I know, and I know it’s true, I am better now, for the knowing of you”.

  • Dear Tammy,
    I am sorry for your loss.
    Rick was a great guy and he will be missed.
    It is my hope that your spirits will be buoyed upon reflection of better days. Please know that others do care and understand your sorrow.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Richard Larson

  • Dave and Family
    Our sincerest sympathies in the loss of your brother, Rick. May all your happy memories made with Rick, sustain you through this difficult time.
    Evelyn & Dave

  • Erica and family
    I am so sorry to hear about your dad. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Know that he will always be up above showering you all with love and guiding you the same love as always. Sorry that I am not at home to attend the service. Cherish all the wonderful memories you have of your dad.
    Love, Mary Ellen

  • My condolences on your loss. I worked with Rick at Belwood Lodge and Camp in 1984 and 85. He was so much fun and made my first experience living and working away from home a wonderful experience. So very sorry to hear of his passing.


    Ann Allen

  • Your Condolence
    Dear Tammy, I am so sorry I couldn’t come to the visitations on Thursday for Rick ! I have many fond memories of Rick at Camp Belwood !
    We had many good laughs together when we used to play tricks on each other at the camp. I think you probably remember that I was the camp nurse. I was shocked and saddened when I heard about about his sudden death !
    It will be very hard for you Tammy ! My thoughts and prayers are with you !

  • Submit an Online Condolence

    Your email address will not be published.