Clarence Nolan took his last breath June 15th, 2017. He leaves behind his immediate family, his step family, and a million friends from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland and Japan. Everyone he knew has heard and will remember his stories of work, leisure and antics that spanned his life.
His favorite joke was about the old guy who put gun powder in his porridge every morning and then left a hole the size of a football field when he was cremated. Good thing the hospital doesn’t stock gun powder.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Lake of the Woods District Hospital Palliative Care Unit would be greatly appreciated.
A celebration of his life will be held in Kenora mid-August to share ‘Clarence’ stories and to celebrate his 86 remarkable years.
Alcock Funeral Home & Cremation Services (Highway 17 West Keewatin) in care of arrangements, 547-6000.