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Robert Beatrice 10/2/2016

ARIZONA – Robert W. Beatrice, 78, of Arizona passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2016 at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence.

 

Born in Wakefield, RI on August 30, 1938, the son of the late Anthony and Muriel (Wright) Beatrice. 

He attended a local high school in Florida. 

Mr. Beatrice was a lifelong resident of Narragansett and Peace Dale, R.I. and was an Air Force veteran. 

Robert worked at the WJAR-TV station in Providence for many years.

Some of Robert’s hobbies included working as a Ham Radio Operator and he was also a licensed private pilot. 

Robert is survived by his brother Lee Beatrice of Arizona and his niece Cheryl Dowd of North Attleboro. 

Visiting hours are respectfully omitted.  A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 10am in the St. Mary’s Church 14 Park St., North Attleboro, immediately followed by a burial at the St. Mary’s Cemetery, Towne St., Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro.

 

 

 

Comments  

#3 Bob Vosper 2017-03-29 18:59
I did not know Robert but I have read the tribute to his life and his history. He was an avid Ham Radio Operator and had the call sign KZ1B for over 30 years. I now hold that Call Sign KZ1B which is an honor for me to have now. Robert I wish I could have met you and we seem to have many likes in common.
#2 Kathleen Cook 2016-10-14 21:31
Dear Lee and Cheryl,
I was so sorry to learn of Bobs passing. He was a
loyal and sincere friend of my late father John Cook.
They worked together @ WJAR for many years and
continued their friendship into retirement.
I have many fond memories for Bob riding his bike
up on their back lawn in Narragansett ;and,visiting
for hours. There was great conversation, laughter
and my mothers huge sandwiches. We all enjoyed
his visits.
My sympathy to all.
Sincerely, Kathleen
#1 Kathleen Cook 2016-10-14 04:01
I was so sorry to learn of Bobs passing. He was a
loyal and wonderful friend to my late father and
mother throughout the years.
Bob would often stop at their home in Narragansett
while on his way to the post office. I can see him now
pulling up on his bike, ready for great conversation,
maybe a sandwich and laughter!
My sympathy to all.

Sincerely, Kathleen

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