Clayton STILLAR
1974 - 2021
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Passed suddenly at the age of 47. Loving son of Lillian and Ted Stillar. Clayton spent his childhood in Whitby enjoying hockey and baseball. Clayton will be remembered by his aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A private family service will be held at a later date. Donations in Clayton's memory can be made to St. Marks United Church, or your local food bank. Online condolences may be shared at www.mountlawn.ca

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Published in Durham Region News on Sep. 7, 2021.
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September 14, 2021
Clayton was a lot of fun to be around. Played some hockey with him, went to school with and hung out away from all that for a bit of time. His smile was great. I will always remember it.
Really caring, genuine and just a really nice guy.
My thoughts go out to the family.
Stillar, you will be missed.
Ryan Donnelly
Friend
September 14, 2021
There is a look of Clayton’s I will remember forever. A kind of wry smile, kind of grin. Staring right at me. I was lucky to play some hockey with him, go to school with and hang out with him. Extremely nice, caring and understanding.
Too soon. Will miss you Clayton.
Ryan Donnelly
Friend
September 14, 2021
There is a look of Clayton’s I will remember forever. A kind of wry smile, kind of grin. Staring right at me. I was lucky to play some hockey with him, go to school with and hang out with him. Extremely nice, caring and understanding.
Too soon. Will miss you Clayton.
Ryan Donnelly
September 12, 2021
Lil and Ted we were very sorry to hear of the loss of your dear son. Heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
George and Cindy Walsh
Friend
September 9, 2021
It's hard to know what to say as one grows older and friends lose touch as new families begin. Clayton, you played a great part in my childhood and coming of age. Whether it was playing hockey, skateboarding, guitar or even wrestling in your folks' basement to the brink of a real fight, I love you and will miss you brother. Rest well and take Max for a stroll through the Heavens.
Ted and Lil, my heart goes out to you and all of your friends and family.
Deepest condolences,
Zach Hayden
Zach
Friend
September 9, 2021
Clayton was a good friend, and a generous spirit, and my life is truly better for having known him.
You were a good man Clayton, and I will miss you terribly. I wish you could still be here to crack a joke about it all, and put me at ease again. Go with love, and with a smile on your face my brother, the way that I will always remember you.
Paul Callaghan
Friend
September 9, 2021
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Clara Blackwood
September 9, 2021
I'll never forget the laughter and good times together from our bright youth. Clayton was a great love in my life. My deepest condolences to his family and friends and everyone he touched.
Clara
Friend
September 9, 2021
Clayton was an adventurous spirit - not afraid to make this thing called life memorable in every way he liked. He didn't avoid being honest about himself, what he thought was fun.
Shine on you Stillar diamond - like the stars in the sky.
May your journey be as new an adventure, as the one you shared with us.
Patrick
Friend
September 8, 2021
Never afraid to brush back a hitter, and always had your back on the ice. A loyal friend who always called it as he saw it. He bounced to his own beat with a sense of humor that we all loved. Had some great memories with you pal. You often showed up out of the blue with a story to tell, and humor to share. Thinking of Ted, Lil, and all those that he touched.
Jordie Johnston
Friend
September 8, 2021
Dear Lil and Ted, my deepest heartfelt condolences to you for the loss of Clayton. There are no words and I can’t imagine your heartbreak. May you find comfort in the love and memories you shared.
Ellen Huether
Friend
September 8, 2021
Dear Lil and Ted, my deepest heartfelt condolences to you for the loss of your beloved Clayton. There are no words and I can’t imagine your heartbreak. May you find comfort in your love and memories. RIP Clayton
Ellen Huether
Friend
September 8, 2021
Clayton lived his life to the fullest! He liked to work hard and party hard. He reached out to a lot of people. Clayton, along with D.J. North and myself formed Stillar North Talent in 1999. Clayotn loved helping people, especially artists. He was always quick to spot talent: an amazing guitarist and singer. He was the rock-star of my life. His parents ,Lil and Ted were always there for me. They welomed me into their lives. My hear goes out to them.
Deb Bojman
Friend
September 8, 2021
Our thoughts are with you and your family Lil.
Friends Dennis and Brenda Evans.
Brenda Evans
Friend
September 7, 2021
Ed & I only met Clayton once at a dinner at Lil and Ted's home a few years ago. We found him a quiet, handsome, pleasant, young man. We cannot imagine the pain they must be going through. Our thoughts are with you both.
Ed & Marlene Gostlin
Friend
September 7, 2021
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Wendy & Henry Cameron
Friend
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