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Ray Clancy

Sunday, January 26, 2020

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Obituary for Ray Clancy

CLANCY, VERNON “RAY”: (Retired GM Employee, 37 years service) ~ Born at home in Centreville, Ontario on March 7, 1935 to the late Joseph Harold and Ethel Elizabeth Clancy; Ray was the third child of nine and the eldest son. Ray passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 26, 2020 in Lindsay just shy of his 85th birthday. Predeceased by his beloved wife, Patricia; son, Michael; son, Kelly and his only daughter, Siobhan Clancy Brown. Ray is lovingly remembered by sons, Tim and Rick (Sylvia); grandchildren; Shannon (Brian), Devon (Dave), Angela (Joe), Kyle, Amanda, Cody, Leah and Angelica and great-grandchildren; Theo, Scotty and Jazmin. Ray is also sadly missed by his siblings; Doug, Shirley, Jane and Marilyn and predeceased by his brothers; Carl and George and sisters; Dorothy and “Kit”.
Ray began his proud 37 year career with General Motors Oshawa in the north plant in 1952, making $2/hour when he started and retired in 1989 from the Truck Plant as a foreman. Camping was what they did as a young family, and that continued for Ray and Pat until Pat’s health began to fail in later years. In retirement, Ray’s favourite place to be was at their trailer in Haliburton Forest where they enjoyed skidooing, atving and fishing together for many, many years and when they really got the travel bug, they’d hitch up the trailer to their Chevy and head down to the East Coast.
Ray was a gregarious man who always had a story or a joke, told with that special glint in his Irish eyes. Though we wish he were still here with us, we take comfort in knowing he is free of pain and reunited with his beloved Pat and children.
We would like to thank the staff at Extendicare in Lindsay for their wonderful care of Ray these past few years as well as his very special friend, Bev from Castle Keep who could always put a smile on his face and bring back that glint in his eyes.
A Celebration of Ray’s Life will be held in the spring in Caesarea where Ray and Pat raised their family. Arrangements entrusted to Mackey Funeral Home, 33 Peel Street, Lindsay. For online condolences or to make a donation to the Alzheimer’s Society, please visit www.makeys.ca

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    North Nestleton Cemetery
    17130 Nestleton Road
    Nestleton Station, Ontario
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Richard, Sylvia, Amanda, Kyle, Jazmin Clancy has honored the life of Ray Clancy by planting a memorial tree.
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Richard, Sylvia, Amanda, Kyle, Jazmin Clancy

Dad loved being outside and nature. We are planting this tree in memory of true lover of nature.
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Richard, Sylvia, Amanda, Kyle, Jazmin Clancy planted a memorial tree for Ray Clancy
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Bev duke

Iam so sorry that we lost Raye but I know he’s in a better place love always Bev
Comment | Posted at 08:57am via Condolence
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Sylvia clancy

Thanks Bev, we cannot thank you enough for the amount of joy and love your brought to dad's life.
Posted at 02:01pm
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Darlene thomas

Sorry for your loss my deepest condolence when I was a little girl he was very nice to me he treated me just like one of his own he will be missed
Comment | Posted at 09:27pm via Condolence
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Sylvia clancy

Thanks Darlene, I remember you spending lots of time with Siobhan and the family.
Posted at 02:03pm

Jacki Wray-Parent

so sorry for your loss my deepest condolences to the family and friends
Comment | Posted at 05:57pm via Condolence
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