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Raymond Clowes

Raymond Samuel Clowes

Saturday, April 20th, 1940 - Wednesday, November 27th, 2019
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Clowes, Raymond Samuel

Peacefully on Thursday, November 27, 2019 at Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay. Ray Clowes in his 80th year was the beloved husband of Lynda Ann (nee Gray) Clowes for 59 years of marriage. Dear father of Jeffrey Clowes, Cathy and her husband Kevin Smith, Todd Clowes and his wife Denise and Rob Clowes and his wife Cheryl. Loving grandpa of Nicole, Joshua, Tyler, Cody, Jennifer, Ashley, William, Coleman, Cora and great-grandpa of 8 great-grandchildren. Ray is pre-deceased by his only brother, Leigh Clowes (2019). The family of Raymond Clowes will celebrate his life privately and are so proud of his 24 years of service in the military. He first worked in the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, then moved in Canadian Airborne Regiment, 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion, and ended his military career in Base Borden at the 706 Communications Squadron. In his civilian life he was employed for 10 years with Litton Systems where he worked on Ship to Shore Radar Tracking Systems, as well as Guidance Systems for cruise missiles, then ending his career for 5 years at General Motors in the Diesel Division as a Tech Writer for LAV's. As a family man, Ray adored his family and in retirement was quite happy spending his days beside the Burnt River with his wife, Lynda. If desired memorial donations to Alzheimer Society Kawartha Lakes would be appreciated and may be arranged by JARDINE FUNERAL HOME, CREMATION & TRIBUTE CENTRE, 8 Princes' St. W., Fenelon Falls. To leave a condolence or share a story please visit: www.jardinefuneralhome.com
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Service Details

  • Private Family Service

    Location
    Cremation by Jardine Funeral Home, Cremation & Tribute Centre
    Address
    8 Princes Street West
    Fenelon Falls, Ontario K0M 1N0
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Affiliations

  • Canadian
  • Royal Canadian Corps of Signals

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Earle Blizzard

Posted at 10:40am
Went to school with Raymond in Fredericton. Hung out with Ramond, Leigh and my brother Arthur on the weekend when they lived on King St. In Fredericton. Please accept my sincere con silences. May he rest in peace.
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