Clow, Wesley James

Clow, Wesley James

June 12th, 2018

Went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, June 12th, 2018. He joyfully rejoins his cherished wife, Elizabeth (Robson) Clow (2005). They are both lovingly remembered by their children: Ruth, Louise, Jonathan (Angila), Jan (Glenn) Close, Dan (Sue), Faith (Don) McKay, and their families. Visitation will be held on Friday, June 15, 2018 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. The funeral service will be conducted at WEST PARK CHURCH, 955 Gainsborough Road, London on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Wes are asked to consider the West Park Church. 

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Diane SpearingTo all the family I am very sorry for your loss. What a loving supportive and caring family you all were to your parents. God bless you and you are loved!
Gary MartinsWe remember Wes as a fine educator, Christian and friend. Wes was the first principal for our daughter Kim many years ago in Milton. Wes and I crossed paths many times over the years in our education vocations and always had my respect and admiration. Gary Martins
Tim & Debbie FinchOur thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Susan & Ralph MuehmerSo sorry for your loss Clow family. Wes definitely impacted so many lives for Christ, his Lord and Saviour & it was a privilege to have known him. You are in our thoughts & prayers.
Dr. Elaine Keillor, C.M.My sincere condolences are extended to all of the family. I have wonderful memories of the visits I was privileged to enjoy over the years with Wes and Elizabeth.
Ted and Bonnie Aitken (Josh and Luke)Thank you Lord for us having known Wes in our lifetimes. He was an example od Christ on this earth. Now Christ has said 'Well done my great and faithful servant. Wes meant the world to Josh and Luke as they went to school. A warm and helpful friend to Bonnie and myself. His hearty laugh was contegious as was his always present smile and warm hand shake. Our thoughts and prayers are with Wes' fine family. God bless you all as needed in His wonderous way
Shirley EllaWes was a wonderful example of the Christian faith. Always had a smile and was a great encourager. I had the privilege of working with him for many years at New Life Prision Ministry. He leaves a great legacy for his family and friends.
John & Sarah LitterickWes was a special man! He was principled and truly cared about people. I have many fond and funny memories of him as one of his students. John & I send our prayers and thoughts to all of you at this sad time. May you all truly know that peace that passes all understanding and have strength for the days ahead.
LInda Fox (Lightfoot)To the Clow Family. Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your father, but I can just picture the wonderful greeting he got when your mother saw him coming. They were a special couple who my family have known for years. We had the pleasure of your Mom escorting us on a bus trip to Lancaster PA several years ago and have had your Dad on a bus trip with me several times with Ilderton Tours. They both had kind words for everyone and always smiling. Treasure your memories of them both and hold them close to your heart where they will always remain and know that LOVE never dies and a loving couple are together again in the awesome presence of GOD!Sincerely, Linda Fox (Lightfoot, daughter of Milton & Beryl)
Dave and Joyce FrenchWes is fondly remembered by us for his warm smile, thoughtful interest in our family and his prayerful concern for others. We will miss him. Kudos to Wes' family, a glowing example of faithful love and care for their Dad!
Joanne ArndtMy prayers are with the family. My family certainly remember Wes when he was Principal of the Christian School. We would have loved to attend the funeral but are not able to. We rejoice knowing he is with the Lord now. What a day of celebration!
Carol Ludwig-DempseyMy deepest sympathies to the Clow family. Wes was my first principal in those early days of my teaching career and had a profound influence in shaping the teacher I would become. I will always remember his kindness and humility, as well has his ability to enjoy a good laugh! I am forever grateful to have known him and am so sorry that I could not be there to celebrate his life with you all in person.
Rod and Susan Perry and familyWe were sad to learn of Mr. Clow's passing. He was a blessing in our lives. We're so thankful for his work as the principal of our children's school. He did an excellent job. The children admired him and so did we. Our hearts go out to all the family
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