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Arthur Donald Clarry
Celebration of Life

MacCoubrey Funeral Home Reception Centre
30 King Street East, Cobourg

Wednesday September 21st
from 1:00 - 3:00pm

Words of Remembrance shared at 2:00pm

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Arthur Donald Clarry

March 22, 1931 - January 31, 2022

Peacefully at Ed’s House Hospice on Monday January 31, 2022 in his 91st year.
Beloved husband of the late Patricia McNeill. Loving father of Brian Clarry (Etobicoke, ON) and Michael Clarry (Calgary, AB).
Cherished grandfather of Nicholas and Charlie Clarry. Dear brother of Effie Hayes (Agincourt, ON). Lovingly remembered by his friend and companion Alison Warlow. Art will be missed at Clarry gatherings by his nieces and nephews.
Cremation has taken place and Art will be interred in Locust Hill Cemetery on Saturday, September 24, at 12 pm. A Celebration of Life, for friends and neighbours, will be held in the MacCoubrey Funeral Home Reception Centre on Wednesday, September 21, 2022 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, with words of remembrance at 2:00 pm. If desired donations may be made to your favourite charity in Art’s name.
If desired, donations may be made to your favorite charity in Art’s name.

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MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCE / DONATIONS

Bob and Diane Baccega - September 21, 2022

Our deepest sympathies to the Clarry family and Alison. We have happy memories of Art when he and Alison visited with Ellie and Chad. We enjoyed many interesting conversations with Art and his smart and humorous opinions. He was truly a distinguished gentleman. Goodbye Art, watch over your loved ones! Bob and Diane

Laurel Clarry - September 18, 2022

My grand parents are buried at Locust Hill cemetery s well. Is there a family connection? Same last name Clarry?

Carolyne and Andrew Abbott - March 22, 2022

Mike, we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your extended family. Lots of love. C&A

Alison and Laura Foster - February 23, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Charity of Your Choice

Dale Clarry - February 17, 2022

Rest in peace, Uncle Art. Your keen sense of humour will always be remembered. Sincere condolences to Brian, Michael, Nicholas, Charlie and Alison.

Gordon Clarry - February 12, 2022

I have great memories of Uncle Art. I remember Catchacoma - mostly through family movies - although I recall after a cross lake trip to get ice cream I dropped mine in the lake getting out of the boat at the cottage!!! I remember Francine well and our playing on the dirt piles surrounding the house because Uncle Art and Aunt Pat were among the first residents. But mostly I remember Uncle Art's great sense of humour and most importantly the interest he took in everybody. He truly wanted to know you and hear about you and your opinions. He was an amazingly curious and engaging person and I am proud to be able to call him my uncle. Rest in Peace Uncle Art. Gordon Clarry

Chris Clarry - February 11, 2022

You will be truly missed Uncle Art. I will never forget your kind heart and sense of humour. Rest in Peace

Lynne - February 10, 2022

Farewell Art. Thanks for the good times at Catchacoma Cottage, on Francine Drive and in Coburg. May you rest peacefully.

Colin & Leanne Johancsik - February 10, 2022

So sorry for your loss, Mike. Our thoughts are with you.

Heather Heasman & David Vankka - February 10, 2022

Sending our condolences and love. We enjoyed our visits with Art when he came to Calgary. He will be missed. Lots of love, Heather & Dave

Eric Smith - February 10, 2022

So sorry for your loss Mike and family. Kelly and I send our condolences. Big hug.

John Clarry - February 10, 2022

Uncle Art will be missed. I have fond memories as a child in Markham. My family has many great memories of our countless weekends at Oshawa Ski Club and our ski trips to Quebec. Gone but not forgotten. Nephew John, Lucy, Sean & Chris

Paul and Julie Clarry - February 10, 2022

Our thoughts are with Brian, Mike, Nicholas, Charlie and Alison. Uncle Art will be missed but remembered at Clarry Family gatherings. His good cheer, great sense of humour and kindness always left an impression. God Speed AC!

Judy Knight - February 10, 2022

Henry and I were sorry to hear of Art's passing. We used to enjoy chatting with him at St. Peter's Church each Sunday. Our condolences to you all. Judy and Henry Knight

Diana Barrett - February 9, 2022

Art will always be remembered for his friendly demeanour at the Cobourg Badminton Club, where he played for many years. We will all miss him.

Debbie Clarry - February 8, 2022

We will miss you Uncle Art. Thanks for all the great times, memories and always making us laugh. Debbie and Jim

Rob Clarry - February 8, 2022

Sincere condolence's, Brian, Micheal, And Alison his companion, and Sister Effie. Many Happy memories, for sure. I enjoyed his wealth of knowledge, especially including his fond family memories, and Markham history. In deed very SAD. Rob & Deb Markham

Harry an Chris Van Hees - February 8, 2022

Our deepest condolences to all the immediate an extended familys.Art was a very nice neighbour.Rest in peace Art...Harry a.n Christine

Deanna and Doug Lawrie - February 8, 2022

We were sad to hear about Uncle Art’s passing. We have many happy memories of him and he will be missed! Hoping your own happy memories will sustain you through this difficult time. Hugs for Alison too. She provided him with wonderful companionship. Love, Deanna and Doug

Diana Barrett - February 8, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

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June Tink - February 8, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

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amanda penfold - February 7, 2022

i cleaned for quite some time for art and alison. in cleaning i would hear some pretty amazing stories from art about him as a child. loving planes. his adulthood and his family. i always enjoyed his stories abd how proud he was to share. when i came home id tell my little guy as he also has a love for planes and airforce. he will always treasure the planes you gave him. rest easy art. you will be missed

Laura McCracken Ebbrell - February 7, 2022

Brian and Michael, your father was such a fine gentleman, a devoted Lion and a great friend to my late husband, Brian McCracken. My most sincere condolences. Laura

Allan Elder - February 7, 2022

Our sincere condolences in the passing of Art. We always told him what a distinguished looking Gentleman he was. Always ready for a thoughtful conversation. He will be Greatly Missed! Debbie and Allan Elder

Suzanne Lawson - February 7, 2022

Art will really be missed…so much a part of the St. Peter’s family.

Alison Keenan - February 7, 2022

Such a gentleman! I will miss his conversation after church. My sincere sympathies for your loss