OBITUARY

Edward "Chuck" Charles Clarkson

October 18, 1938August 31, 2020

Peacefully on Monday, August 31, 2020 in his 82nd year at the Hamilton General Hospital with his amazing nurse Spring by his side, Chuck is now soaring with his beloved birds on his journey home to be with his parents Crawford and Emma Clarkson.

He will be very sadly missed by his loving wife Marcella and his devoted daughters Lori (Brett), Terri (Colin) and Linda. Brother to Gwynne (Norm) and predeceased by ‘brother Bill’ and sister Arlene. Chuck was a dedicated grampa to Tawnya, Cameron (Sarah), Clayton, Brooke, Jessica and Jordyn. Loving great grampa to great granddaughters Danny and Scotty. He will be fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends as well as his Manitoulin family in Wikwemikong.

Chuck began his working career with his father Crawford, spent many years working in and around the Hamilton region with Union Gas, Lateral Gas Lines, Regional Ready Mix Concrete and JeffBrett Enterprises alongside his best buddy Rodger Fenton. Chuck was an avid gardener with Williams Bros. and Saltarski Farms as well as a nature, animal and bird lover. He had a special place in the heart of all who knew him with his quick wit, dry humour and musical talent. Chuck was also well respected and loved by his fellow members at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 36 in Dundas.

Many thanks to the home care of RN’s, PSW’s and family members. Special thanks to Auntie Betty and Colin for their generous support and dedication.

“Only one Millgrove, only one Chuck”

Cremation has taken place at the Circle of Life in Dundas. A private family service will take place at the Marlatt Funeral Home, Swackhamer Chapel. Friends and family are welcome to drop by for a celebration of life at 954 Safari Road, Millgrove, Ontario on Saturday, September 5, 2020 at 1:00pm.

Services

  • Private Family Service

    Saturday, September 5, 2020

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Barb and Doug Allemang

September 5, 2020

Our warmest sympathy is extended to Marsella and family as you mourn Chuck's passing. We always enjoyed chatting with him at his corn stand. His playing and singing contributed greatly to the Millgrove Side Road BBQs. Blessings, Doug and Barb Allemang.

Shirley & Wayne Zess

September 5, 2020

Marcella &Family So deeply sorry to hear of Chuck's passing.He was loved by all that knew him.The Dundas Red Hat Hooters really enjoyed him and his red truck the year he was kind enough to drive us woman & trailer in the Dundas Cactus Parade.Thanks Chuck always remembered by your great Spirit. 💓

Mary Thorpe

September 4, 2020

Deepest sympathies and hugs to the family. Many wonderful memories of Chuck from Millgrove School.
Mary Thorpe & Family

sue kobylinski

September 4, 2020

Thanks for the memory's Chuck always had fun hearing your jokes , listening to u sing . Stan ,Dad & you on your fishing trips ?? Will miss you very much . " Mayor of Millgrove " R I P xoxo

Kevin & Shelley Hanes

September 4, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss. We have such great memories of Uncle Chuck. Camping, fishing, jokes, Owls roost etc. I could go on & on. Always a smile and a wonderful greeting from him when you would bump into him anywhere you would see him.
Love the Hanes family xoxoxoxoxo

George Moore

September 3, 2020

Marcella, Lori,Terri,Linda and Families , we we we’re sad to here of Chucks passing
We we’re neighbours for many years in Millgrove he was always there to help us in critical situations cutting down trees etc. A great gardener and we often compared our tomatoes and peppers he grew the hottest peppers in the area and ate them as well. Chuck was a gentleman loved by all for his wit and interesting stories. our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time.
R.I.P. Chuck until we meet again.
George & Shirley Moore

Jenni and Andy Hadall

September 3, 2020

Sincere sympathy to Linda , Jess and Jord as well as Lori and Terri and families. May you find comfort and peace surrounded by one another. You are all in our thoughts. Cheers to a life well lived. RIP Chuck.

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