CLAYTON R DYER
15 February, 1925 – 11 March, 2021
It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Dad on March 11th, at the age of 96 years. Dad will be greatly missed by his two daughters: Sandra Dyer, Debby Pyecroft (James) and his grandson Travis Kowalchuk as well as his extended family, all of whom he loved so dearly. Dad was predeceased by his loving wife Lorraine of 60 years, parents, Myrtle and Robert, sister Melba Langille and brother-in-law Clair Langille, mother-in-law Goldie Beamish, Gordon Beamish brother-in-law and Claire Beamish Sister-in-law. Dad had a huge influence in the lives of his daughters and the many people that were in his life. Dad loved our mom so much, they shared a beautiful life together. He was a hard working farmer and never shied away from a good honest day of work. He passed on so many valuable life lessons to his children for this we are eternally grateful. Dad would say his greatest accomplishment in life was his family. He was so proud of his two daughters and his grandson he would light up a room just talking about them. Words cannot express the deep loss we all feel. We love you to the moon and back Dad! A small private graveside gathering will be held Monday, March 15th at the East Lawn Cemetery in Barrhead, Alberta. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made on behalf of his daughter Sandra Dyer, to the Blue Heron Support Services Association, Barrhead, Alberta at:
Blue Herron Support Services Barrhead office 5123 50 avenue Barrhead, AB T7N 1A2 www.bhssa.ca
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
CLAYTON R DYER
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13 March 2021
Dear Debby & Sandra,
I am very saddened by the passing of your father Clayton. Although I hadn't seen him much over the years I always had very fond memories, especially at the farm and around the dinner table hearing him laugh, so many years ago. He was a salt-of-the-earth guy who stood up for what he believed in and quietly provided good advice when it was required. I had the privilege of reconnecting with him again at the lodge, where I went often to see my parents during their stay. It was so great to be near him again. I always loved Clayton and named my son after him. I extend my sincere condolences and a virtual hug to both of you.