Her family moved to Saskatoon in 1945 and in 1947 they moved to 326 1st Street East where she resided for most of her life. Beatrice attended school, worked, and got married in Saskatoon where she raised her family with husband, Clayton Walter Brock. Beatrice met and married Clayton Brock in Saskatoon in 1963. Her son Wendell Jay Brock and daughter Cynthia Lynn Brock were born in Saskatoon. Her son Wendell married Oda Umunkunzi, July 2011, in Edmonton, AB, and now lives in Meadow Lake Saskatchewan with their children Brenda 23, Jordan 15, Josiah 8, and Cailah 5, and survived by her nephew Andrew Mitchell. She is also survived also by brother in-law Arvin Brock and wife Cathy, brother in-law George Grimeau, and numerous nieces and nephews. Her extended family of numerous cousins and family are scattered throughout Western Canada, Ontario, and a few in the United States.
She is predeceased by her parents Andrew and Grace Mitchell, parents in-law Walter and Margaret Brock, brother Graham Mitchell and sister-in-law Rosella Mitchell, and sister-in-law Marilyn Grimeau.
Beatrice Brock divided her time with casual work and her family. She also looked after her mother, Grace, until she went into a Lodge. She spent a lot of time volunteering throughout the years with church activities and numerous sport venues in Saskatoon. One that was special to her was Curling. She loved to watch and volunteer her time with curling. Beatrice attended the Saskatoon Apostolic Church (Full Gospel) from when she was a child. She attended youth group, where she met her husband Clayton, bible studies, children’s ministries, and women’s aglow when she was older. With the church she also volunteered with the church camp, Kedleston Gospel Camp until 1984. In 1984 her family started attending St. Stephen’s Anglican church where she was involved in many bible study groups, Alpha, Marriage-In-Counter retreats, and volunteered throughout the church.
Outside of church she volunteered with three organizations alongside with her husband Clayton Brock; the Western Development Museum, Saskatoon Police Services, and St. John’s Ambulance. Over the years of her volunteering and church groups she has made many friends who have been a big part of her life. She is missed every day.
If you wish to donate: Please donate to Western Development Museum and her church St. Stephen’s Anglican Church.
A Private Family Service will be held at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church.
Arrangements in care of Cherished Memories Funeral Services and Crematory.