Dr. J. David Beaulieu, M.S., D.C.

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Joseph David, (Dr. David) Beaulieu, died on the 8th day of May at Lamar Court.  There will be no formal religious services.


It can be said that he lived an ordinary life in extraordinary fashion.  He is survived by his wife, Jaclyn; Daughter, Christen, and two Granddaughters, Madison and Delaney.  He will be greatly missed.


  1. Keith and Lisa Jones on May 29, 2019 at 8:39 am

    We are so thankful to have known Dr. David. While we found him through illness, he brought great joy to our lives. Our condolences to his family and to all who will miss him.

  2. Peg Holen on May 21, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Dr. David..always a gentleman, kind and loving. So sorry for your loss Jackie and family, but so happy you made some memories together. Clearly he left a positive mark on many lives. What better legacy could one give than to live by example.

  3. Dr. Jack Casey on May 21, 2019 at 2:22 pm

    David was a friend and mentor and a great human being. It was a true joy spending time with him. I will always miss him.

  4. Rich Schuck on May 15, 2019 at 11:12 pm

    Dr. David helped me, my family, and many of my friends. I am grateful for all he’s done, and will miss him much.

  5. Dr Suzanne Rowden on May 14, 2019 at 7:49 am

    David was a true healer. He was generous and patient with his gifts. He was humble in life —accepting some of the tougher roads he travelled. His sense of humor was strong right to the end…even in pain and suffering. I’ve learned so much from him! And everyone is right…that smile was infectious!

  6. John and Roberta (Bobbi) Fields on May 12, 2019 at 9:10 pm

    Our favorite memory while in Puerto Vallarta he and John got lost while out sailing. They got back, both sun burnt, but still had a sense of humor – If it’s not this way it’s gotta be that way! We will always hold that memory in our hearts. RIP Dr Dave, you will be missed.

  7. Steve Greenberg on May 12, 2019 at 1:51 pm

    So Sorry to hear about David. He was a great guy and he taught me how to sail. He will truly be missed.

  8. Gary Miller on May 12, 2019 at 10:09 am

    Every time we hear “Lady with the Red Dress on” we think of Dave and Jackie doing a beautiful Night Club 2 Step.
    His smile and passion was anything but ordinary. He lived life fully.
    We believe he is now dancing and smiling in heaven.
    He will be missed.
    Gary and Terry Miller

  9. Sara Remillard (Lamar Ct.) on May 11, 2019 at 10:28 am

    Our condolences to the family.

  10. ELLIS MEGEE on May 11, 2019 at 9:42 am

    Certainly the world and all the people David touched in one way or another are fortunate and blessed because of this man.
    Jaclyn, you were so blessed to have had David in your life.

  11. Barry Morse on May 11, 2019 at 6:10 am

    Thank you for your life!

  12. Sharon on May 10, 2019 at 10:40 pm

    A true gentleman and always kind. The dance floor will never be the same. Rest peacefully

  13. Betsy O'Neal on May 10, 2019 at 10:39 am

    What more can one say? All of us who knew and loved him will celebrate his life and will miss his physical presence. We will continue to love him, carry with us great memories and live in a manner that emulates all that we learned from “the Wizard”. He was a remarkable man, an amazing teacher, and a dear friend. Until we meet again…..

    • Barbara Kartsonis on May 10, 2019 at 6:33 pm

      Beautifully said, Betsy! Dr. Dave will ALWAYS be in our hearts as he will be in many other people whom he touched. Our family sat all the 4 grandkids down and told them about Dr. Dave and talked about him-as a doctor, a person, but mostly as a friend! What a life he lived-from chiropractic services to vitamins to treating cancer patients to autistic persons-his heart was in everything he did. He loved his steaks – he loved sailing – he loved dancing – he loved hearing Jackie play the piano – he loved seeing others happy! His knowledge will always be shared.
      He had a saying in his office on the wall that said
      “It’s not what you gather, but what you scatter that determines the value of your life”

      Dr. Dave’s value was more than any can say-he will always be in our hearts and we will share his knowledge as long as we can.
      Our hearts go out to his family – sending prayers for peace and comfort at this time.
      What a man he was-

    • Barbara Kartsonis on May 13, 2019 at 1:31 am

      Oh what a man Dr. Dave was. He believed what he said-he told you what he thought-no mincing with words. His sly little smile he would give you and the twinkle in his eyes when he saw you got what he was telling you-oh the many expressions of Dr. Dave. He loved to tell stories -and boy did he have stories. His life -his adventures-from working in sports medicine to chiropractic work-to working with cancer patients-to a radio show-to working with autistic people-he had a heart of gold. He would take free phone consultations -we sent many to Dr. Dave. One of our last visits with him was over soup and danish-he laughed and talked and ate! We loved our visits with him for lunch-dinner-anytime. Dr. Dave loved life-he loved helping-he loved his daughter and granddaughters-he loved his wife, Jackie, he loved hearing her play the piano-he loved the dance of life with Jackie.
      He was a true friend and mentor and will be greatly missed by all -our family has sat around since he died and told stories about him. We will continue to keep his memory alive by telling stories about Dr. Dave! Thank you for everything you did -you certainly touched many people! ❤️Our thoughts go out to his family!

  14. Rodney and Charlie Loyd on May 10, 2019 at 10:29 am

    Rest in peace friend. Your heart touched many and you will be missed for a long time.

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