John Craig Clark  Saturday December 7th 2019 avis de deces  NecroCanada

John Craig Clark Saturday December 7th 2019

Clark, John Craig (October 2,1944 – December 7, 2019)
John Clark of Belleville, Ontario passed away in his home on December 7, 2019 in his 76th year and leaves behind his loving wife Linda Dall. Son of the late Jack and Betty (Cullingworth) Clark, survived by brothers Bobby & David Clark, daughter Candace Clark and stepchildren Scott Dall and Kelly (Dall) Proud. “Bo”, as his grandchildren fondly nicknamed him, will be sadly missed but remembered always by Hailey & Piper Proud, Mattingly, Dryden and Rivera Dall. John was an avid sports fan and a born conversationalist as anyone who knew him would agree. He had a generous heart and a good natured spirit that will not soon be forgotten. His two dogs,Maykala and Jasmine, who he loved so much will miss him greatly. John requested no funeral but those who remember him and whose lives were touched by him are encouraged to share their memories here.
‘A great man is one who leaves others at a loss after he is gone’.
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Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of John Craig Clark Saturday December 7th 2019..

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Death notice for the town of: Belleville, Province: Ontario

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  1. To my brother, you will always be with me in my heart I will always remember laughing and crying with you, you are out of pain now and have gained your wings and are with Mom and Dad, I will see you again. You will always be missed. Love you.



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