Henri Joseph Beaudreau
1920 - 2021
BORN
1920
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Bonney-Watson
16445 International Boulevard
SeaTac, WA
Our sweet ""Paco"" gently left his Ballard home and moved into eternity on a sunny September morning.

Henri Joseph Beaudreau was born in Seattle to parents Earl and Helene, and grew up with two sisters, Andree and Renee, in the Beacon Hill area, graduating from Franklin High School in 1938.

At age 20 he started working for the US Postal service until he joined the United States Army in 1942. He served overseas in France and Germany under General Patton while assigned to the 610th Tank Destroyer Battalion.

After returning to the United States, Henri resumed his career at the Post Office where he met Helen Dunn. They were married in 1947 and settled in Ballard raising nine children. They were able enjoy traveling to various countries before her death in 1989 after 42 years of marriage.

As a follower of Jesus Christ, Henri treated all people with dignity and respect. He was tender hearted, witty, and never met a stranger. His mind was sharp up to the end -his memory, amazing! Words can never capture the true character of our beloved ""Paco"", but he will live on – treasured in our hearts.

Henri is survived by his children: Paula (Bill) Scollard; Michael Beaudreau; Donald Beaudreau; Mary (Corby) Hunich; Robert Beaudreau; Ann (Marty) Gisler; Philip (Helen) Beaudreau -preceded in death by sons: James Beaudreau and John (Dolly) Beaudreau.

His grandchildren: Dan (Melissa) Scollard; Sam (Judith) Scollard; Marianne (Lamar) Patrick; Michele (Michael) Springs; Melanie Beaudreau, Katy (Brian) Garza, Elizabeth Beaudreau; Joe Hunich, Rachel (Ryan) Herrera, Bethany (Jeremy) McWilliams, Hannah (Mark) Wilson; Emilie (Allan) Clay, Steven Beaudreau; Jordan Gisler, Megan Gisler; Rebecca Beaudreau, Allie Beaudreau, Daniel Beaudreau, Luke Beaudreau, Andrew Beaudreau, Levi Beaudreau, Oliver Beaudreau.

His Great Grandchildren: Peter, Ben, Joe, Clare, Sophie, Gabe, Ceci, Nick; Stan, John, Pascual, Raffy, Rachel; Aubrey, Isaiah; Mikayla, Jessica, Sam, Felix, Charlotte, Waylon; Aiden, Kai; Ryder, Ruby; Parker, Piper, Griffin; Ava, Liam, Carson, Jonah,

His great-great grandchild: Olive

He will be missed by many others–nieces, nephews, friends and longtime Ballard neighbors.

May his memory be a blessing.

Cremation: Bonney Watson Washington Memorial

Interment: Tahoma National Cemetery

Memorial Service: To be determined
Published by Bonney-Watson from Oct. 4 to Oct. 5, 2021.
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