Clarence  Poole

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Clarence Poole - 72, New Glasgow, passed away peacefully on Saturday morning, February 10th, 2024, in Aberdeen Hospital. Born in Gaultois, Newfoundland. When Clarence was young he worked in Newfoundland on a fishing boat. He spent a few years living in Vancouver Island where he worked for the lumber mill. He enjoyed his time on the west coast and had good memories travelling the Sunshine Coast and across Canada. Clarence was in the army military where he had been training in the army police. Clarence worked at the VG Hospital for many years. He started as a security guard before pursuing his career as a painter which is where he retired. Clarence was a hard worker all of his life. Fishing, hunting, boating, gold panning and being in the outdoors were a few of the things that he enjoyed and he shared those with his children over the years. He also liked to spend his time reading books, playing crib and going to dances. Anyone who knew Clarence would know that he had quite the sense of humour and he did not lose that over the years. He is predeceased by his Father John Robert Poole and Mother Olive Agnus (Rose), Brother Christopher Poole; two young siblings: Sister Sharron and Brother Perry (both in infancy). Survived by Partner Elaine Mckenzie; Previous Spouses; Shirley Poole, Cathy Wilson; Son Trevor Poole; Daughter Sherri-Lynn Poole (Colin Stelmaschuk); Son Aaron Poole (Justine Asprey);4 Grandchildren; Hailey Everick, Arianna Asprey, Chase Asprey, Onyxx Asprey; Brothers; Scott, Terry (Brenda), John (Ada), Bruce, Gregory (Tammy), Sisters; Sharon (Lewis Willmott), Sylvia (Roy Ashton), Danita (Michael Lynch); several nieces and nephews. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the Aberdeen Hospital staff & Palliative Care team for their caring support.
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Clarence  Poole

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Clarence Poole

1951 - 2024

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