In Celebration of

Clarence Veinotte

February 17, 1935 -  January 16, 2019

Veinotte, Clarence
Ret'd from Customs & Excise Canada after 30yrs.
On January 16th, 2019 after complications following a stroke, our dear father Clarence Veinotte was taken from us and is now on his spiritual journey to join our late mother Shirley (nee Bensley) who was the Love of his life. He will be missed by both his children, David (Kelly), Sandra (Stephen) and his grandchildren, Brian (Michelle), Stephanie (Jason), Christopher (Melanie), Holly (Nicholas), Jeffrey, Amber-Lee (Colton), and his sister Sandra Phillips (Sean). Pre deceased by his Brother Dr. Dennis Veinotte (Connie), also many Uncles, Aunts, cousins, and friends. A celebration of his life and the joining of our Mother will take place in the Spring 2019. Date and time to be confirmed. We would like to thank the staff on floor 6 of the Montfort Hospital for the care of our father.
In memory of our father donations to the Heart and Stroke or the Diabetes Foundation would be appreciated.


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Entered January 18, 2019

So sorry for your loss Dave and Sandy. Your dad was a gentle giant whose kind heart and love for his family was second to none. God speed Clare ❤️❤️

Linda& Wade ( Veinotte) Keith (First Cousin)

Entered January 18, 2019 from Country Harbour Guys. County Nova Scotia

I am sending our deepest condolences to the family of the late Clarence Veinotte! Although I didn’t know our cousin Clarence as I was probably was much to young when he left the Cross Roads ! But his father and my father were brothers, so this is from the Veinotte’s in this part of Nova Scotia ,, Thinking of you at this sad time !

Lynn Campbell (Friend)

Entered January 19, 2019 from Ottawa

To Sandy, Stephen, Holly & Amber-Lee and families,
With heartfelt sympathy
May Loving memories heal your pain
Those we love and lose are together with us in heart, forever with us in memory.
Clare was a gentle soul and may he Rest In Peace.
In our thoughts and prayers
Much Love,
Glen, Lynn, Chelsea & Colby