God bless you all as we prepare to celebrate our Lord's birth. We are assured that those who love and serve Him will spend eternity in His presence. We will see you again, Clint. Aunt Donna Roets
Clint, It's been almost 4 months,I keep thinking your going to come in the door and HI MA. I don't know what to say to my darling daughter. This should not of happened to such a perfect couple. Miss You Son Love, MOM
A special message to Sophie for being there for my brother. I am comforted in knowing someone was there with him at his greatest time of need. I felt deeply disturbed thinking that he lay there alone. I was so relieved to know someone was there to hold his hand and reassure him he was not alone. I am sure he heard your prayers and concern for his well being. I thank you so very much and hope to meet you someday. Christina his beautiful fiancée would love to meet you and thank you for your unselfish kindness. Love to your caring act for a total stranger. Love from his sister Lisa Jo
My prayers for all the children, and for Lisa and Brent. We lived in New York State when my sister Nan married Bob, and we lost touch after they returned to Wilbraham MA then went on to Roswell. I remember their young family especially on Upper Road when they came back east and we visited them in Mass.-- Clint a little guy and a joy to all. Lisa Jo a shy beautiful girl. Brent an artist even then, like Bob. God bless them all. We didn't see them until the time just before Nan and Bob died. Isn't it sad that time and space leaves us with emptiness for which there is no fix. If only -- don't wait, reach out now. I'm sorry I missed really knowing you and yours, Clint.
R I P Clint, so many of us are missing you... Your kids are heartbroken... Ness had her first day at College today..Amber her first day as a Junior at Oliver and Nate is keeping busy until he comes back to finish his schooling... Lisa misses you as well, we are all sad but remembering the good times and putting the sad times in a corner... I Just Know you are enjoying your parents and commiserating with Uncle Jim I finally finished the bottle of Bailies Irish Cream...so every time I have it in my coffee I will say a toast to you.. ???
I first met Clint when he was a mechanic on the floor at the Bombardier Challenger service center. He went on to become a tech rep for Bombardier Aerospace on the Challenger aircraft. Clint was one of the real people. He had integrity,and he was funny! I was shocked to hear of his passing. His family are in my prayers. Fred DeWolf
To Clint's children, I too am so sorry for your loss. I live in North Granby, took a run this morning and saw the heartfelt memorial that you left for your dad.
I ride a 2006 HD and have similar interests. We will keep a watchful eye over your father's tribute.
Our dearest Clint,
We will always remember the fun we used to have with you Clinty-Winty (the name that us girls in Montreal gave him), and all the clever articles that you wrote for TWIFS. You were a great colleague and a wonderful friend. May you forever rest in peace knowing that you'll always be in our thoughts and prayers.
To Clint's family, please accept our most heartfelt condolences.
Natalie & Lisa
I first met Clint when I started working at Bombardier in 95. I remember how helpful and willing to teach that he always was. I stayed in contact with him for many years, even when he left Bombardier. He never changed his attitude. He set a great example of how to be a leader and a friend. He will be greatly missed.
Will miss u uncle clint rip
I feel a privileged person to have worked, and joked around with Clint.
Such a kind hearted charismatic person. You will be missed.
Sincere condolences to Clint's family and loved ones.
I've know Clint for 9 yrs and he was an upstanding person. I can only extend my sympathy to his children and family.
Clint you always smiled and radiated a positive energy. It was a pleasure to be around you and learn from your experiences in aviation. Thank you for your great wisdom. You will be remembered and dearly missed. My thoughts are with your family and loved ones.
Clint was one of the "good guys". I met him in 1995 at Bombardier in Hartford. When his job took him to White Plains we became closer as he wanted to learn the "culture" of the NY business aviation community. I will always remember him for that "thirst" for knowledge and understanding to become better at whatever it was he was doing - personal or professional. And to that end, his greatest attribute was what he taught those he came in contact with. You would always leave a better person after being with him. For those of us left behind in this world, we will keep his spirit and memory in our hearts - knowing that someday we will see him again. Good bye my friend - for now.
Lisa, Nate, Vanessa and Amber, I am terribly sorry for your loss. You were blessed with his presence for too short a time. Cherish your memories of him.
Met Clint while serving on the WAMA Board. Always found him very helpful and a problem fixer from day one. Our Board and industry will miss his smile and positive attitude. God bless the family, sorry I could not attend his reception.
Dear Lisa, Nate, Vanessa and Amber,
I am sorry we are unable to attend the service.
We are so sorry for your loss. Clint will be surely missed.
Jim and Pam Hicks
Chrissy, I wish I could take away your pain.
It's hard to understand why people are taken from us......
Your hearts have always been, and will always be connected.
Im so sorry you are going through this, and I'm thinking of you everyday.
To those of us who witnessed your tremendous love for each other, it was clear that Clint was your past, present and future. May your memories bring you comfort and time help to heal your broken heart. We love you!
I worked with Clint for many years at Bombarier he was the best and he will be missed so much, God Bless his family.
To Clint's family I am so sorry for your lost. I was on my way home from work when I saw the accident I Immediately jump out of my car and ran over to Clint not knowing who this person was I held his hand and said prays and told him to hang on help is on its way when the medical people came I had to leave it was so very traumatic for me I am so so sorry that I could not have done more for him.
My thoughts prays go out to all of you
Clint, The greatest reward in life is being remembered. Thanks for all the memories you and your family have provided to Glenda and I. God Bless You and your Loved Ones. God Bless America.
Lisa, Nate, Vanessa & Amber, I'm so sorry to hear of Clint's passing. Clint was a sweet guy. I will keep all of you in my prayers.
Clint will be missed by all.
To one swell guy. God and the Angels watch over him with Love, Aunt Barb and Uncle Maurice - Naples, ME
Clint was a great friend as he was always there to help with support with both professional and personal guidance. You will be missed my friend!
We never saw him often enough up here in Montreal at Bombardier, but when he came he always came armed with boxes of donuts, a few laughs and an invitation to a bar after work. I nicknamed him "Sleeman" after his favorite beer up here. You didnt have to know Clint long to know what a great guy he was. My condolences to the whole family. God bless
To Lisa & family,
We've been good friends with Lisa since the early 80's when she was my brothers girlfriend. We're so very sorry to hear of Clints passing so early in life. Now he's with his mother & father & can watch over you all. Remember all the happy times you shared.
Pat & Tammy
Clint came into our lives in the summer of 1990, soon he became a member of our family in Dec of that year. He and our daughter Lisa married in Las Vegas. In 1993 their son Nathen Boutwell Eaton was born, our first brown eyed grandchild..In jan of 1995, the very first granddaughter on the Eaton side, Vanessa Lyn Eaton joined the family..and last but not least AmberMarie was born in July of 1997.. A beautiful family to be sure.. Clint will never be gone as long as these 3 wonderful young people walk this great earth, for the best of their dad is in them.. Clint was a wonderfully talented man and very musical, loved gathering around and listen to him play the drums and the banjo.. And he had the most infectious laugh that would catch on to everyone... He would laugh so hard that tears would be streaming down his cheeks because he couldn't stop.. I know he has everyone in stitches upstairs... Quite the jokester... We miss him, but know someone greater than us needed him. And so Clint keep on playing those instruments and keep on laughing.. Missing you, hard to say goodbye.
We cannot express the sadness we feel for Nathan, Vanessa and Amber. We're sure Dad will always be there watching over you.
The aviation industry lost a good man this week. Always positive and sharp as a tack. He will be missed by all of us who worked with him.
I am very sorry for your loss. I did not know Clint. We live in East Hartland CT not too far from where the accident was. My husband and I are avid motorcycle riders, and we wanted to extend our sympathies to Clint's family and friends.
So sorry to hear this tragic news. Clint will be missed by all of us at GE Corporate Air Transport. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family at this difficult time.
You will be missed,you were so good to me and you made Christina so happy. It just not fair.Love Mom Theresa.
We met Clint in the summer of 1990, a fine young man. He soon became a member of our family that Dec. when he and Lisa got married in Las Vegas. First born son, Nate arrived Aug 1993, then the first granddaughter in the Eaton family was Vanessa in 1995 and at last in 1997 there was AmberMarie. All 3 children were the apples of their eyes.. All of the children carry with them the best part of their dad.. He will never be gone as long they are on this good earth..Clint will be dearly missed from our lives... Memories of wonderful times during holidays, gathering around listening to Clint playing the banjo, drums or other instruments, a talented man in many many ways.. Loved his laugh, it was contagious, still can hear his laughter and seeing tears roll down his cheeks, as he couldnt stop laughing.. a great jokester for sure... He was a good father and caretaker of his family... He has left an empty space that we all will miss for sure, but will continue to see hm in Nate, Nessa and AmberMarie..whenever I hear a banjo or a really good drummer I will see Clint making music.. RIP Clint, you are and will always be missed..
God bless the family that is left behind..strength too all that must endure the loss..look to the good & find love that ounce was..I love you all xoxo your cousin Susanne
Clint was my brother-in-law for 20 years. Oh the fun times, he was like a brother to me, listened, laughed, and even cried . Oh the teasing, I have wonderful memories of the year's past...I am blessed. He will be missed
RIP I remembing meeting clint when we did our shop classes in our freshman year he was so funny it was great to spend that time with him.
Though I didn't get the chance to meet Clint, I know how happy he made my dear friend. She was so happy planning their life together. My thoughts and prayers are with Clint's family and my dear, sweet Chrissy.
REST IN PEACE CLINT. GOD BLESS YOU INTO THE HEAVENS AND MAY YOU BE ALLWAYS REMEMBERD. BILLY DEW CLASS OF 84.
you will be missed by all who had the privilege to know you
My apologies for the anonymous, didn't notice name entries.
Clint and his family were extremely special to me. My first love and his parents rolled me in and treated me like their own, long enough to give me new look on life through the way they saw life. Clint was good to bone, biggest heart and knew never leave your child self behind... My daughter and brothers all join me in heart felt loss. We aim to carry on all our silliness to the end too.
Clint was a great friend, a sweet and kind and wonderful person. I'll never forget our impromptu 'jam' sessions, and all the fun that his one of a kind friendship added to our lives that summer of 83'.
He'll be sorely missed.
Goodbye old friend..
You will be missed beyond measure. Your love brought such sparkle to my very dear friends eyes, thank you.
Your deep love for your children was amazing, may God be with them. Rest in peace Clint, God bless you.
Clint you will be missed by all who had the pleasure to have known you.
Our thoughts are with your family and loved ones during this difficult time.
We will treasure all the great memories of our days in high school, camping, and just hanging around.
Clint was very special and the love of my daughter Christina's life. He will be missed very much.
Love Mom Theresa