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Clifford Mounsey

Cliff Mounsey

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
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Clifford Mounsey ~ Entered into rest at Caressant Care Nursing Home Mary Street, Lindsay on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at the age of 98. Cliff was the loved companion of Betty Goodall also predeceased by his wife Dorothy Mounsey. Proud father of Suzanne McGaw, and father-in-law of Dianne Mounsey, predeceased by his son Dave. Cherished grandfather of Warren Mounsey, Lisa Damato and Jon McGaw, also great grandfather of 5 and great great grandfather of 3. Cliff will be remembered by his extended family and friends. Predeceased by his 3 brothers and 2 sisters. In keeping with Cliff's wishes there will be no funeral service, burial will take place later at York Cemetery, Toronto. Memorial donations to an organization of your choice, Kawartha Lakes Humane Society, Children's wish Foundation would be appreciated and may be made online at www.mackeys.ca.
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    York Cemetery
    160 Beecroft Road
    North York, Ontario M2N 5Z5
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Bradley D'Amato

Posted at 01:10am
R.I.P Poppy . .My great Grandfather.. Words cant describe what your loss means to our family . You were the best , nicest , smartest. Thank you for what you did for my mom and my family. My brother and I can still remember exact moments times , days , locations , lunches for the fishing and tractor rides.... you taught us tricks and lessons I will never forget. Love and Miss you. -- Bradley/ Michael D'Amato

Dianne Mounsey

Posted at 09:42pm
Very fond memories of my father in law, Cliff Mounsey.

Cliff was one of the old schools where a handshake was your word. He lived by that ethic as long as I had the pleasure of being part of his family.

Good memories that I have of him coming to visit me at our trailer in Bobcaygeon when I was alone, to see if I ever needed anything. We would enjoy coffee together and than he would proceed to fix anything that required a great handyman's work (even on the roof once). He said that he liked to be kept busy and for all his hard work I truly appreciated it.

I also have pieces of the lovely pine work he made.

He truly was a good man and may he R.I.P.

Fondly.....Dianne Mounsey

Chris Mounsey

Posted at 03:21pm
Pop was my great grandfather but he was also so much more than that. He was my teacher and mentor. He, along with Betty, helped introduce me to and fuel many of my passions; above all else: History and Geography. He was the smartest, most patient, most dedicated, hardest working man that I have had the privilege of knowing, let alone getting to call family. One thing that I always think of, and never gave enough appreciation for, was how funny and quickwitted he was. I'll always be able to picture his mischievous grin while he was regaling us with a joke or a witty anecdote. My poppy was the definition of a "good man." I can only hope that my son grows up to even be a fraction of the man that he was. Until we meet again.

Lisa D'Amato

Posted at 08:08pm
Most hero's wear a cape...my Hero Poppi wore a smile that would brighten and remind us how much we were loved by him. A true gentlemen and patient man that created so many fond loving memories, not only for me and my family but everyone that had the pleasure to know him. My Sons, Michael & Bradley will cherish all the amazing times they had with their Poppi. Your wisdom and kindness will always be a part of our hearts. We love you and miss you...…...

Jon McGaw

Posted at 05:32pm
I will just simply say he was the most exceptional man I had the privilege to call my grandfather who also was a father to me. I will miss him dearly and he will always be with me in my heart and thoughts. I already miss you Pop

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