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Clarence William Badgerow

BADGEROW, Clarence William - In loving memory of Clarence William Badgerow, 89 years, who passed away at home on Wednesday, March 27th, 2019. Clarence was born in Gore Bay Ontario to Ida and Phillip Badgerow. He spent his youth working on the Great Lake freighter ships and his family years at the Falconbridge Mill. He enjoyed camping on Manitoulin Island, country music, gardening, sailing on Lake Ramsey and his family trips to Nova Scotia. One of his life’s highlights was the Transatlantic crossing on the Queen Mary II with his daughters. Clarence is predeceased by his loving wife Elizabeth "Rene" (Ross) 2011. Survived by his daughters Kim Masiero (Patrizio), Karen Badgerow (Brian Parkin) and his wonderful grandchildren Malcolm (Kylie), Hailey Masiero (Guerino Nero), Dylan Croteau, Carson Croteau (Leah Snarr-Chamberlain), Denia Parkin and great grandson Hudson Croteau. Survived by sisters Rita Pasco (James predeceased), Evelyn Briscoe (Eric predeceased), Marie Sloss (Willard predeceased), Calvin Badgerow predeceased (wife Joanne), and in-laws James Ross (wife Tilly predeceased), Eva Kennedy (husband Ronald both predeceased, Joseph Ross predeceased, Mary Tarr (husband Richard) both predeceased, Bertha Bulloch (husband Kenneth) both predeceased. Will be missed by his many nieces and nephews. Special friend to Noreen Talbot. Many thanks to the staff at Gonga’s Grill, Falconbridge Rd. for their kindness and friendship. Resting at the JACKSON & BARNARD FUNERAL HOME , 233 larch Street, Sudbury where friends may gather from 2-5 and 7-9pm Monday and after 10am Tuesday. Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 at 11am. Interment in the family plot at Civic Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Health Sciences North Cardiac Department would be appreciated.13332589
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Posted by Michael Reid (Nephew) On Tuesday, April 2, 2019
I wish to say how much I enjoyed Clarence when he was alive. His laugh was joyous, which I remember from a very young age ( for me) . He was deeply loved by all his siblings including my Mom. He will be missed. I truly regret that I was not able to attend the service today, and Karen feels the same way. Clarence and the family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
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Posted by Kathy & Ed Wierzbicki (Friends) On Monday, April 1, 2019
We have many fond memories of being with Clarence and Liz at my Mom and Dad's (Alice and Guy McClelland). My parents' friends were our friends.

Clarence was such a sweet and caring man. Our condolences to his loving family.

Kathy and Ed Wierzbicki

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Posted by Cheryl Emmerson (Friend) On Saturday, March 30, 2019
Dear Kim and Karen, so sad to hear of your Dads death. He was a kind and gentle man always. Mom and Dad are together again and would like to think catching up with my parents who were always great friends.

Bruce and Cheryl.

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Posted by Sheryn Shepherd (Church friend) On Saturday, March 30, 2019
I knew Clarence while attending St. Stephens Church. He was a very pleasant caring gentleman. Sincere sympathy to his family and friends.
Clarence Badgerow
Posted by Beverly Chatwell (Cousin) On Friday, March 29, 2019
Clarence was a kind, gentle man. I remember that well.

Mom, his Aunt Marj has always spoken highly of him.

Take care to all.


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