John Willis Grant Clark, 1933–2020

John lived the life he loved on Covey Hill Road in Hemmingford, QC before enjoying his final year in Ormstown. His greatest pride and pleasure was farming with his family and working outdoors.  In his early years, John worked as a technician for Bell Canada, followed by a 24-year career as a Canada Customs Officer.

Beloved husband of Dorothy Curran for 60 years.  Dear father of Cheryl (Andrew), Connie (Gary) and Crystal.  John is also survived by his brother Charles (late Pat), his sister Wilma (late Gaetan) and many nieces and nephews.  He was predeceased by his parents, Willis Clark and Frances Lyall Grant; brothers Robert, David (Dulcie) and Glen (Ann); and, sisters Orma (late Robert), Audry (late Bob), Evelyn, Beryl (Archie) and Sandra (Peter).

Private interment to take place at the Wesley United Church, Havelock, QC.  If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Women’s Auxiliary of the Barrie Memorial Hospital, 28 rue Gale, Ormstown, QC J0S 1K0.

Sincere thanks and appreciation to Dr. John Hortop, at the Barrie Memorial Hospital, and the staff at CLSC for their compassionate care and dedicated support.

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    Dear Clark’s, I am so sorry for your loss. Although not unexpected I am sure it is still a shock. Glad he had his slippers! Love to you all.


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    Our thoughts are with all the family at this time. Cherish the good memories.
    Jeff and Sharon


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    It was with deep sadness that we heard of the passing of Mr. Clark. My cherished friend Crystal and family are in my heart. I know your dad will be missed. All our love and deepest condolences.
    Monique, Richard, Riley and Mackenzie


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    We were so sorry to hear the news, we will miss him greatly. Our deepest condolences to Aunt Dorothy and Cheryl, Connie and Crystal.

    With love,
    Susan, Jim, Patricia & Gordon,
    and Dulcie


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    Our Sincere Condolences. Some of my most memorable childhood experiences were on the farm with Uncle John and his brothers. He was always kind to us. RIP
    Gordie and Diane


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    Condoleances to the family. John was a great companion, I enjoyed working and discussing with him.


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    Our condolences to the Clark family for your loss. May the memories you have of him bring you great comfort in the days and months ahead.


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    Dear Dorothy ,Cheryl,Connie,Crystal.

    You are in our thoughts as you grieve your loss.
    He was a very kind man and worked hard
    Through the years in his life time
    Sending our sincere sympathy
    Including Colleen and Jean Robert.

    Shirley Simpson


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    So very sorry to hear of John’s passing. Please accept our sincere sympathies.


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    Our deepest sympathies Dorothy to you and your family, we have fond memories of our times together, Love Carol and Alan.


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    We will miss John a lot.
    We will cherish our memories with the Clark forever. Thank you John to be part of our lives,
    hugs Dorothy, Cheryl, Connie & Crystal.
    Love, your cousins, the Peddie, Howick, Qc


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    Dear Dorothy, our sincere condolences to you and your family on the passing of John. It was a pleasure to see you and John having a meal at the Taverne de la Ferme restaurant in Ormstown on many occasions. Take care.