OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABorn October 18, 1931                             August 25, 2013
Indian Head, Sask.                                    Salmon Arm, BC
                                 at the age of 81 years

Celebration of life service, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church,  Salmon Arm
Monday, September 2, @ 2pm, Tea to follow

Clinton will be lovingly remembered by his wife Bev of 40 years, siblings Ernest Dunningham (Teri), Edith (Stan) Brynjolfson, children Sheree, Cindy, and Tammy (Jim), step son Andrew Slusarchuk as well as many nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Clint loved to spend time fishing and camping, restoring old cars, travelling and dancing.

Following in his fore father’s footsteps Clint became a watch/ jewelry repair specialist. He then moved full time into growing daffodils in the summer and construction in the winter in Bradner, B.C.

After retirement Clint and Bev moved to Shuswap Lake Estates and loved the area.

Clint loved God and loved his Church. From his youth and through his adulthood he was an active member of the Presbyterian Church, serving as an elder in Bradner as well as at St. Andrew’s Salmon Arm.

The family would like to sincerely thank Dr. Skubiak and all the staff at Mt. Ida Mews for their loving care of Clint while he was in residence.