Gordon Bradshaw Clarke

Ottawa, Ontario

Clarke, Gordon Bradshaw WWII Veteran, Peacefully, on November 9th, in his ninety fifth year. He is survived by his wife, Joyce Eyman (nee Moody) and was predeceased by his first wife Elizabeth Phillips. In addition, he is survived by his children, Michael (Kathy), Candace McConomy (David), Kit...

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Gord is part of my Remembrance Day thoughts, of those I had the good fortune to be a part of my life. Gord brought Joyce into my world, and for this I'm also thankful.

To all of the Clarke family and especially to his wife Joyce may I say Gordon was one of the most gentle and caring hearts on the planet. A man of impeccable morals, he defined the meaning of honor. He will be greatly missed!

We were greatly saddened by the news of Gord's death, and even more greatly privileged to have known this wonderful man,with his good humour and quiet wit for nearly 60 years. We offer our deepest sympathy to you Joyce, and all of his extended family.
Mary & Norm

I can't remember a time growing up that Gordon wasn't with us at Thanksgiving or Christmas. He was so funny and always a joy to be with. He truly lived a full life and made the most of it all. A real valuable human and one that made the world better for all that knew him.

To the Clarke Family ,

It was with regret that we learned of the passing of. Gordon. We considered him and his family to be friends, as well as members of our congregation. He was always the gentleman, and a great conversationalist. We extend to the family our deepest and heartfelt sympathies.

With God's blessing. Joe and Theresa Burke

Sincere sympathy, he was a wonderful man.
Doreen Morgan

Our deepest sympathy to all of you who loved Gordon.

Our deepest sympathies to all of you who loved Gordon.

My deepest sympathy to you Joyce and your family.