Jerrett Funeral Homes - Scarborough Chapel

660 Kennedy Road, Toronto, ON


Clayton Langille

September 21, 1989June 19, 2020

Clayton Langille was born on September 21, 1989 and passed away on June 19, 2020 and is under the care of Jerrett Funeral Homes.

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Clayton Langille

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Ray Gardiner

June 23, 2020

too young, too much sorrow, so many now dealing with the pain, rest in peace, you will always be remembered, not enough words to express my grief

Delaney Stubbs

June 22, 2020

Hey Clay,
The amount of times I’ve typed and erased is insane this will never be easy, but I wanna thank you for the amazing memories you’ve given me to hold onto for a life time, we got extremely close over this summer almost seeing each other’s faces everyday, you are and always will be a amazing man to everyone. I’m so lucky to have even gotten the chance to know you the way I did. I promise we will always keep your spirit alive with everyone especially your kids. I feel honoured to have had you call me your little sis, please watch over everyone! WE LOVE YOU! Forever & Always brother.

Tarrah Mcclaskin

June 22, 2020

Still cant and dont want to believe this your such a good father friend and caring person im going to miss you banging off my door anytime of the day and night i can keep going on but Clayton a lot of us miss you so much i will live on with helping out if your kids and girl and new baby need anything as you would want us to do bro so wish this was a dream and we all wake up from it soon rest easy drink lots tell we meet again 😭😭❤

Sean McLean

June 22, 2020

Hey Bro,

We were both the same kinda dad, always seen our daughters and they love us dearly. I still remember Skyla asking u to marry her, telling everyone she gonna marry her dad lol !! Take Care up there bro, you left a strong woman an beautiful daughter behind, hold it down brother until we meet again!

Naomi Curd

June 22, 2020

Oh boy clay, where do I begin with the memories. I remember coming to your’s and Taylor apartment on pharmacy after work. Skylah had to be about two running around in her diaper calling me nini cus she couldn’t say my name. I remember hanging out watching movies with Taylor and Jeff, Willy and you stuffing our faces with Gatorade and Doritos oh and Taylor nachos .You were so loved and will be super missed. I remember going to family parties for the kids with your sisters and brother. We all no how much you loved your mama and now your with her and can watch over your babies as they grow. Keep Taylor and Skylah safe. She is your twin. I know I distanced my life but I feel we were one big family. You will always have my respect your an awesome dad and skylah will always love you. R.i.p old friend we all love and miss you

Darien Duffy

June 22, 2020

Hey brother, I will forever regret not visiting when I came down in November. We always think there will be a next time, we always hope there will be a next time. You always treated me as family and I always looked up to you as my own brother. I was really looking forward to the day we would see each other again and look back on the old days and I could show you how far I’ve come. I will always remember you and keep your memory alive, rest knowing you will not be forgotten. Rest In Peace brother, see you in Valhalla with the rest of the warriors, where we will meet again.

Diana Gardiner

June 22, 2020

Clay, honestly, what memory of you ISN'T a good memory?
I can hear you now "Come on, Dee Dee, you're a Gardiner. Stop crying", then you scoop me up in a hug and laugh at me crying until i start laughing.
Kiddo, I am drinking with you tonight ❤
I love you, and I'll see you when I see you, but I will ALWAYS feel your love and hear your laugh.
Life's a beach! (Inside joke)

Mickila Jack

June 22, 2020

I cant believe your gone clay, riley and I will miss you dearly and we will always love you, R.I.P. my condolences to the family and close people to clayton.

Vanessa Fuller

June 22, 2020

I remember us just hanging out. You were always a big hearted lovable giving person. I'm so sad and will always love and miss you. All my memories of you is great. R.I.P. my brother.

Erin Johnston

June 22, 2020

Clayton.. my love.. Rest In Peace I will always love you and I will forever miss you. Thank you for all of the love, laughs, memories and lessons you showed and taught me in our time together. You were truly one of a kind and the world just is not the same without you in it. I love you forever, we all love you forever. Have a beer for us up there baby..