Jean (Black) Clarke-MacLean

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  • "To the family of Jean Clarke-Maclean Dear Friends: The..."
    - Bill & Rosslyn Tetley
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    - Dawn Sparling
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    - Dianne Clarke
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    - Elizabeth Coulter
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    - Gordon Pradl
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OBITUARY JEAN CLARKE-MacLEAN (nee BLACK) June 24, 1920 October 7, 2008 Jean was predeceased by her beloved husbands George Foster Clarke in April 1972 and James Aubrey MacLean in May 1992. She leaves her loving children Robert and Kathleen Clarke of Edmonton, Mary-Lou and Bill Farr of Red Deer, Douglas and Jocelyn Clarke of Pointe Claire and Diane and Brian Gurnham of Edmonton. Jean was much loved and was privileged to enjoy ten Clarke grandchildren and three great-granddaughters. Jean also leaves her three loving step-children Heather and Robb Paterson of Winnipeg, Wendy and Andrew Nation of Pointe Claire and Christopher and Myrna MacLean of Senneville and seven much loved MacLean grandchildren. Her families brought her much joy. While serving with the Canadian Red Cross Corps in England during WWII, Jean met and married George Clarke. Jean started her happy and busy life in Montreal in April 1946 when George returned from Overseas. In 1981 Jean married Bishop James MacLean and much appreciated the privilege of being a part of his wonderful ministry. A memorial service in celebration of life will be held at St. John the Baptist Church, 233 Ste-Claire, Pointe Claire, QC, H9S 4E3 on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at 11 a.m. Family will receive friends one hour before service. A reception will be held at the church following the service. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Bishop MacLean Bursary Fund (which is for students) Diocese of Montreal, 1444 Union Avenue, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B8, or a charity of your choice would be much appreciated and acknowledged.
Published in Montreal Gazette from Oct. 9 to Oct. 11, 2008
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