OBITUARY

Clarence Andrade

October 30, 1952November 21, 2021

Clarence Andrade died peacefully on Sunday, November 21, 2021 at the age of 69. In heaven, he joins his Daddy, William, his Ma, Zena, his friends, Meloo and Zach, his dog, Mousie among many other special souls.

He is remembered fondly (as Pap, Dad, Clarry, Bubba, etc.) by his family and friends including his siblings and their spouses Terry and Ann, Larry, Chris and Gemma, Jenny and Neil, Nilo and Ralphy, Zenwill ‘Chimpee’ and Ansi; daughters Tania and Holly (Chotoo); their mom, Brenda; and son-in-law, Ivan (Ivan Baba); nieces and nephews including the son he never had, Tykoo; best friends including Trevor, Francis, Donald (George), Amin, Errol and many others; and grandkids Mariah (Bubloo), Kassiah (Chickoo), Isaiah (Baba), and Kedah (Tiny).

Clarry was an amazing musician (who never wanted to go viral), a gentle person who loved babies and animals, and a functional minimalist, without knowing that was even a thing. As such, no need to send flowers.

A Visitation will be held prior to Clarry’s Celebration of Life from 1:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

A Celebration of Clarry’s Life will be held at SOUTH CALGARY FUNERAL CENTRE, 12700 Macleod Trail South (at Lake Fraser Gate), on Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 2:30 p.m.

Clarry will be in his jeans & sneakers, guests are encouraged to wear the same. His favourite snacks will be served before and after the Celebration of Life.

The City of Calgary Vaccine Passport Bylaw 65M2021 requires all individuals attending funeral services to provide COVID-19 proof of vaccination, or proof of a privately-paid negative test result taken within 72 hours of service, or documentation of medical exemption.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, November 27, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, November 27, 2021

Memories

Clarence Andrade

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charlie dsouza

November 28, 2021

To all of the Andrades.

With love and sympathy.I knew Clarence when I used to go and visit Lawrence at his place. He allways had a smile to his face and a sense of good humour making a person feel comfortable and at ease.Lawrence and myself used to help out by selling patties and cold drinks at a school canteen run by his father.Clarence used to be there with his buddy and he would tell you to eat and drink.He was generous and kind .Rest in peace and I pray that heaven holds a place for you and your dear ones who have departed this world.

Charlie DSouza

Judy and Gary Thompson

November 27, 2021

So very sorry for your loss. Our sincere condolences to you all.
Sending prayers for comfort and peace.

Roque Victor D'Costa

November 27, 2021

To the entire Andrade family please accept my symphaties for all of you , I pray to the almighty God to give you all the courage to bear this great loss, and pray for the departed soul that he may be granted eternal rest and peace in heaven Amen.
God bless you all

Sameera Saldanha

November 27, 2021

To all of the Andrade family my sincerest condolences for your loss. We will keep him and all of you in our prayers.
May his soul Rest In Peace.

The Deans D

November 25, 2021

Sympathies to Christopher (Germaine) and family/families on the passing away of your dear brother Clarry, so soon after your father passing away. Sympathies to his children and the siblings. May God bless Clarence dear soul. RIP.

Angel Dean and sisters.

Melvyn Pinto

November 25, 2021

I met Clarence first time in the v late sixties. We met on the street near his home in Karachi. He offered to take me for a treat. We went to Vellizo's shop and treated me to lots of milk toffees and a cold bottle of Fanta ..two prized treats for any primary school student those days. He made me laugh and comfortable and I was v attracted to his humility & nice ways. He hardly knew me. He was around just 16 but he knew I was his brother Christopher's good friend.
My next memory and last with him were the mini games of cricket we played on the terrace of his building with Christopher, Lawrence and their neighbour 1n 1970 or so. Here too he was sporting, kind and caring for others giving all others a 2nd and 3rd chance to bowl or bat when they were out of turn. He was full of life and good cheer. A cherished memory for me.
Sadly I never met Clarry again. But in recent times I came across his writings and emails on a local website where he touched on his life present and past and his deep outpourings came from his heart truthful, v touching and at times funny and full of humor. He endeared himself to me ever so . Someone wrote he loved babies and animals...so typical of this fine man who was full of goodness and love.
Clarence has clearly left a legacy of goodness and love and good cheer for us all to pursue.
He is now no more. He is in peace. May he have a special place in heaven along side his dear dad and mum William and Zena who were stalwarts and two highly respected people of our community in Karachi.
My deep sympathies to his whole family especially to his dear brother and my v dear and good friend Christopher and his 2 daughters and Brenda.
Melvyn Pinto

Maxmelia Maurice

November 24, 2021

To Clarence's family,
I used to worked with him many years ago in Riley's Datashare, I remember him as a hard working guy & always cracking jokes. He was funny.
Condolece & sorry to hear of his passing, may Clarence Rest in Peace.
May you all find comfort in God's grace.

Prayers,
Maxmelia Franco-Maurice

Derline Fernandez

November 24, 2021

Miss you and love you uncle Bubba! Will always fondly remember your amazing sense of humour and laugh.