John J. Clancy
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JOHN J., May 30, 2006. Beloved husband of the late Salli (nee McCrossin). Devoted brother of Patrick Clancy and the late William, Catherine, Daniel, Bernard and Hugh Clancy. Dear friend of Marie McLaughlin. Also survived by 2 nieces and 6 nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Monday, 9 A.M. WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME, 8060 Verree Rd., Fox Chase followed by Funeral Mass 10 A.M., St. Cecilia Church, 535 Rhawn St., Phila., PA 19111. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Viewing Sunday eve. 7-9 P.M. In lieu of flowers donations in his name to the above named church or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.

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Published in Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News from Jun. 1 to Jun. 2, 2006.
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June 7, 2006
John was a person whom I will truly remember. He had a great personality and was a kind, caring individual. I first met John when I was learning Irish dancing at Emmetts. He never got frustrated when trying to teach me to dance and I kept stepping on his toes. John touched my life as well as many others and he will be truly missed.
Anne (Murray) Kelly
June 3, 2006
We remember you John (Sluggo) from years ago and will always remember your smile and being your friend and next door neighbor from many years ago. May you always rest in peace.
Patrick Graven
June 3, 2006
Uncle John has always been one of my most thoughtful and generous relatives, somehow able to get a birthday card to arrive precisely on one's birthday. He also loved to talk and share stories to any captive audience. He cared a lot about family and I always got a sense he was proud of each of us. Birthdays, holidays, and other family gatherings will be a little emptier without him.
Steve Clancy
June 2, 2006
Dear Clancy,
May you rest in peace my dear friend and uncle. We loved you and will miss your smile and vitality.
Kevin Shinn
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