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Dan Clark

Dan Frederick Clark

Tuesday, July 31st, 1928 - Saturday, November 23rd, 2019
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JULY 31, 1928 – NOVEMBER 23, 2019

Dan F. Clark, beloved husband of 61 years of Connie (nee Morris), passed away Saturday, November 23 at Belleville General Hospital, where he suffered a heart attack earlier in the week.

Dan was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. His legacy is the three children he adored in his quietly unassuming way: Scott of Fort Frances, Ruth (Ian Anderson) of Toronto and Jane (Alec Humble) of Ajax; and his three grandsons, George, Andrew and Jonathon Anderson. He was born in Harrow to parents Ray and Ruth Clark, and leaves behind his dear sister Margie Pullen and nephews Greg (Carol) and Rick (Debbie), as well as sister-in-law Deborah (Bruce Allan).

Dan and Connie retired to Prince Edward Country’s Hay Bay and then Belleville after his long and successful career at the Bank of Montreal, where he started as a teenaged draft runner and rose to Chief Auditor. Thanks to BMO he met Connie, when she was a teller at the Prescott, Ontario branch. From there followed their life of many new homes and friendships from Germany to Ontario, B.C. and Quebec.

Connie and family send their heartfelt thanks Dr. Samis and the unparalleled ICU nursing staff of Belleville General Hospital.

A celebration of Dan’s life will take place in December in Belleville. For anyone who wishes, donations in Dan’s memory to the Parkinson Foundation, Heart & Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice will be gratefully acknowledged by the family.
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