Clarence CarriereResided in Gladstone, MIDied September 4, 2006 The Soo Line Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Dear Eleanor, Bonnie, Mel & Chis:
I was so sorry to hear about Clancy. My love and prayers are with you all. I know Clancy & my Dad are having a grand old time of it together now. He’s at peace in a much better world!
With love and sympathy,
Toni (Marmalick) Marchese
De Pere, WI
Eleanor, Bonnie, Chris and Mel:
Clancy was the guy who always made going to hunting camp fun. His hospitality was the best and his stories were even better. His laugh was one of a kind. He sure knew how to enjoy time with family and friends, be it at home, camp, or Round Lake. He was a real treasure!
To the entire family we send our deepest sympathy and condolences.
Mark and Mary Malnor and family
Rapid River, MI
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Clancy will always be in our hearts and memories.
Andrew and Mary Bonamer
Eleanor, Bonnie, Mel, and Chris,
“Uncle Clauncy” will be missed by all that knew him. He was a great person to be around. May his soul rest in peace. The memories are many and will not be forgotten. My thoughts and prayers are with all ofyou.
Thanks for all the good times you showed us and our friends while visiting Gladstone. Always enjoyed being at camp at Round Lake and watching Clancy doing his yearly trek at water skiing. Enjoyed his maple syrup, (he made the best). Our best to all of the family, and very sorry that we cannot be there.
Love to all
Mel and Dave Sullivan and family
Dear Eleanor, Chrissy, Bonnie and Mel,
My memories of Clancy instantly put a smile on my face even though I am crying as I write. My family was lucky to have been a part of his life and his wisdom. Even though I grew up knowing him as “cranky Clancy”, nothing could have been farther from the truth. You are all in our hearts and prayers.
Leann, Bob and Carly Preston
May your memories of Clancy shine on through all the children, grandchildren and friends as we remember a great person.
Clear on the right!
With great sadness we send our deepest sympathies to Eleanor and your family for the loss of our best friend Clancy.An excellent rail, and dedicated Union man we had alot of respect for him. I hope that the Great Dispatcher in the Sky will give you a train order that reads….”Right over All Trains” !! With love to you all, Elaine and Ron Kaminen
Dear Eleanor and family,
My thoughtful prayers are with you. Clancy was a dear friend of our family through so many years, so many good times and sad times. He always had uplifting and encouraging words to share. I smile to think of him and my brother Pat greeting each other and talking about “old times.” I hope all the wonderful memories you have will comfort you in your loss.
When I think of Uncle Clancy, I smile, remembering his wry sense of humor. His sometimes gruff exterior hid a large heart, and didn’t fake out his nieces and nephews. I always felt welcome at Uncle Clancy’s and Aunt Eleanor’s home, cottage, or camp-ground. The last time I gave Clance a hug and kiss was on the first night of the 2005 Carlson family reunion. I asked him if he remembered me, and I reminded him that I am Norm and Lu’s daughter. He said, “Of course I do, kid, how’ve you been.” I will always cherish the warm and comfortable memories of Uncle Clancy and send loving condolences to his family.
Sandy Carlson Hartman
What a great guy! I sat with him last week in Marquette and talked about the lake…he really wanted to go back there one last time.
He was always an encouraging voice while I was growing up and the family has truly lost a special person. My deepest sympathies.
Hacienda Heights, CA
So sorry to hear about your father. I always remember him as being a happy, friendly person.
I know your thoughts have been with him lately.
Ann McClinchy Blondheim
Rest in Peace Clauncy. I will never forget those years camping at Camp 7 and all the fun waterskiing and boating we all had. He was a good man and a “Great Cook” hehe. He touched so many lives in his own time. Along with my folks [Jack & Koko]I will always have loving memories of him.
Eleanor, Bonnie, Mel and Cricket – my thoughts and prayers go out to you all and your families. He is now at peace you shall find you own peace in this loss.
God bless you all.
Jackie [LaFond] Mott
Orange Park. FL
Eleanor & Family,
He will be missed by all. I remenber when we worked togeter and the good times we had at the christmas parties. Sorry I couldn’t make it up you have my sympathy.