Hardie, Clayton

Hardie, Clayton

November 15th, 2020

Passed away at University Hospital on Sunday, November 15, 2020, two weeks short of his 88th birthday. Cherished husband of the late Linda Hardie (2014). Loving father of Debbie Hatch (Tom), of Toronto; and Denise Duncan (Chris), of London. Treasured Papa of Jackson and Megan Duncan; and Jennifer and Thomas Hatch. Dear brother of Carman Hardie, Donna Fright, the late Doreen Lowndes (late Sydney), and the late Rosemarie Hall (Lorne). Fondly remembered by his sister-in-law, Carole Jackson (Paul Belanger), and extended family and friends. Visitation will be held on Friday from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. Registration is required to attend the visitation.

To register, please click here: Clayton’s visitation registration

A private funeral service will be conducted on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. The family welcomes friends to view the private service via livestream. Please click here for the livestream of the service:  Livestream of Clayton Hardie's Private Funeral Service

Please note: as per the directive of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, attendance numbers will be restricted. Please be aware that COVID-19 protocols are in place which may preclude some from being able to attend and masks are mandatory at both indoor and outdoor services.

The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff at LHSC University Hospital for the kind and compassionate care they provided Clayton during his extended stay over the last several months. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Clayton are asked to consider the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex or Samaritan’s Purse Canada.

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Mark & MitziDebbie, Denise and families; We are so sorry for the loss of Uncle Clayton! We love you guys and send our love, hugs and prayers for peace and rest for the both of you! You are amazing daughters and through believing in Jesus we can see them again! Love you! M&M xoxo We will miss you Uncle Clayton but we will see you again! ♡
Lori MoodyDebbie, Denise and families...I’m sending my sincere condolences as you mourn the passing of your Dad. Lotsa memories of him and your Mom. They are now reunited again. May they both Rest In Peace. Love to you both.
Maureen & Dave SmithMy lovely and beautiful cousins, Debbie & Denise and your husbands, Tom and Chris and your amazing growing children, Tommy & Jenny & Jackson & Megan. We are so very sorry for your loss of your awesome Dad and Grandpa (Papa) Debbie & Denise, you both were amazing and devoted daughters to your Dad right to the bitter end. We are all so proud of you that you took such meticulous care of him. I have so many memories of my awesome Uncle Clayton. I loved his laugh and his humour and quick wit and his loving and easy going nature that made us all feel loved and safe around him. We all miss him greatly already but we know That we will see him and Aunt Linda again in Heaven someday. I am thinking of the awesome grand reunion that your parents had early Sunday morning. And I know Uncle Clayton heard the words, Well done thou good and faithful servant, Enter in to The Kingdom of heaven. Amen! We all love you Uncle Clayton. Thank you so much for your love to us! See you on the Victory side. XO XO XO 💜💟💜💟🙏🙏🙏🙏
Maureen SmithI dedicate this beautiful song to my amazing Uncle Clayton. The words really meant so much to me about what God did for him early Sunday morning. "I'll Carry You Home" When you can't walk and there's chains round your soul The burden's too heavy and you've run out of road You're praying out loud As you stumble through the rain and snow I'll walk out and find you, I'll carry you home When you can't speak cause the words are too strong And every time that you try it just comes out all wrong When your heart's screaming out But no one can hear your song Oh I'll sing it for you, I'll carry you home I'll carry you home, I'll carry you home So rest your heart easy, I'll carry you home So wander this world now, fearless and free Climb every mountain and sail every sea But if you wander too far into the great unknown You know I will find you, I'll carry you home I'll carry you home, I'll carry you home So rest your heart easy, I'll carry you home I'll carry you home, I'll carry you home So rest your heart easy, I'll carry you home Rest your heart easy, I'll carry you home (Trisha Yearwood)
connie ramsay(cousin) s. Debbie and Denise sorry for loss of your dad .He will be missed by your families. He was one of my older cousins rest in peace. Connie and Jim
Doug and Janice TrudgeonDebbie, Denise and families. Doug and I are so sorry to here of the passing of cousin Clayton! Our prayers are with both of you and your families as you grieve your loss. He was a kind and gentle man who touched many lives and will be greatly missed.
Doug and Janice TrudgeonDebbie, Denise and families. Doug and I are so sorry to hear of the passing of cousin Clayton! Our prayers are with both of you and your families as you grieve your loss. He was a kind and gentle man who touched many lives and will be greatly missed.
Marie Powell PearsonDear Debbie, Denise and families, know that you have sympathies from our families. My brother Norman notified me of his passing, We are on the same family tree. We went to public school with Rose Marie and our older brothers and sister with Clayton and his. I would cherish hearing from you to update my family tree, Thank you for providing virtual funeral opportunity on Sat.so I can be there from Mississauga. May God richly Bless.
Bob & Darlene Tompkins(cousin)Dear Debbie, Denise & Families, We were saddened to hear about Clayton’s passing. A dear quiet man who had a wonderful faith in God. I am sure you will miss him dearly. Thinking of you all at this time. Praying for God’s peace and comfort.
Allan and Cheryl Roach ( nee Westman)Sincere and heartfelt condolences to all on the loss of your dear Father, Grandfather, Brother and Uncle. Clayton was a part of our family's life over many years as he worked alongside my Father as a tremendously faithful employee at " Ken Westman Automotive". I ,( Cheryl) remember Clayton's gentleness and his kindness to me throughout my growing up years and beyond. I remember his cheerful chuckle and always pleasant demeanor. Allan says he remembers Clayton 's kindness as an outstanding character trait. We are both thankful that we knew Clayton Praying for God 's comfort to be very real to you all both now and in the coming days. Sincerely , Allan and Cheryl Roach
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