OBITUARY

Bruce Clark

July 3, 1932June 18, 2019

Passed away peacefully and surrounded by family on June 18, 2019 in Woodstock at the age of 86.

Predeceased by his loving wife Shirley. Will be lovingly remembered by his children Karen (Lawrence) Edmunds, Alan (Sherry) Clark and Val (Paul) Gronlund. Devoted grandfather to Greg (Aleesha), Chris (Selene), Shannan (Dave), Alexandra (Ben), Erin (Alan), Claire (Brian) and Mallory (Travis). Great-grandfather to Ayden, Jordan, Alexis, Jayce, Abigail and Clark. Will be dearly missed by his surviving brother Bob (Dorene). Cherished by special friend Pam Reavie.

A funeral visitation will be held at T. Little Funeral Home (223 Main Street, Cambridge) on Saturday June 22, 2019 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm with the service beginning at 1:00 pm. A reception will then immediately follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Sakura House Hospice or SPCA would be greatly appreciated.

Services

  • Funeral Visitation Saturday, June 22, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 22, 2019
  • Reception Saturday, June 22, 2019

Memories

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Fred Faber

June 22, 2019

I believe this is the same Bruce Clark who lived in Branchton a number of years ago. He was my backyard neighbour one house over. I remember a chimney fire at his place and I loaned him my fire extinguisher even though being a fireman did not have one in his house. I still live in Branchton.
Picture is of his house from my deck.
I remember him as a great neighbour and very friendly.

SJ Clark

June 21, 2019

Dear dad
You taught me so many life lessons throughout my life. From you I became a responsible and caring person and to think of others first.
I remember the times when you let me skip school to go on one our father/son fishing trips. It was on these trips that I learned so much more than how to fish, I learned patience, honesty, and integrity. Thank you for instilling in me the importance of being a responsible and independent adult.
I only had to see you and mom together to know what kind of husband and father I wanted to be.......you set the bar high.
I will treasure our memories and be grateful that we were able to give our unconditional love and support, most especially these last few years.
The bond that we shared as father and son will be missed but never forgotten.
With love, Alan

Bob and Valerie Toth

June 21, 2019

Our sympathies. We will miss him.My captain, our friend, and his sense of humour. Bob and Valerie Toth.

Paul Gronlund

June 21, 2019

Rest in peace Bruce.Bruce was a great father to me and you could not meet a nicer gent than him.He really loved his grandkids and his no 1 daughter Valerie Gronlund.They were best buddy's.He will be sadly missed by all of us.Enjoy your time with your loved ones in heaven Bruce especially with his babe Shirley. Your journey has just begun Bruce enjoy.

Valerie Gronlund

June 20, 2019

RIP my dear sweet dad..he had such a gentle spirit and tender heart...he was so devoted to loving us and my daughters had the best Pappa!! He always said to us "you are my special girls" and Claire and Mallory were always in his lap or he would be down on the floor with the girls playing and hearing the house full of squeals of laughter!! So many great memories of the cottage and Florida trips every year and he lived with us for many years so im thankful for having so close to me. He whispered in my ear not too long ago in hospital "you will always be my baby and I love you very much!" ...love you dad ❤

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY