Larry Clause

Clause: Larry Raymond
February 13 1949-December 7 2021

It is with great sadness that the family of Larry Raymond Clause announces his passing. Larry passed away peacefully at St. Joseph's hospital in Hamilton at the age of 72. He will always be remembered for his talent for art, love for engineering and his natural gift of making everyone laugh. He was the beloved son of Reva Clause (nee Curley) and the late Raymond Clause. Forever loved by his 2 sons Larry Scott Clause (Sharon) and Brad Clause. Loving brother to Wayne Clause (Bev). Neil Clause (Brenda). Predeceased by Evonne Sabourin (nee Clause) and Terry Clause. Fondly missed by loving neices and nephews, cousins and longtime friends. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.


Posted by Gracey [Sowden]Hager on
Sincere sympathy to the family of Larry.
Posted by Shirley Watson on
My sincere condolences to Reva and family. May knowing others are thinking of you give you strength thru this difficult time. Sending prayers and hugs. RIP Larry. You are now in the arms of the creator.
Posted by Margie Edelmann on
My condolences to Larry's family. Larry was a great friend to my late Uncle Joe (Chunny) Garlow. You could not help but laugh when they were in the same room. RIP Larry.
Posted by Bob & Helena Church on
We extend our most sincere condolences to the
family of Larry.
Posted by Cindy Carpenter on
My condolences to Larry Clause’s family.
Posted by John Fraser on
Our thoughts prayers go out to Scott and Brad And the rest of Larry's family John /Isabelle
Posted by Leslie Heathers on
So very sorry for Reva and her family. RIP
Posted by Laurel Nelson on
Rest In Peace my friend. He liked scratching crossword tickets! He will be missed a Little Buffalo Store!
Posted by Carol (Wright) Birnie on
Condolences to Reva and the rest of Larry’s family. Rode the same bus as Larry to high school for about three years and there was lots of laughter from the section on the bus where Larry sat.
Posted by Carol (Wright) Birnie on
Condolences to Reva and the rest of Larry’s family. For about three years, we rode the same bus to high school. Larry’s sense of humour resulted in lots of laughter from the section of the bus wherever Larry sat.
Posted by Kevin Clause on
My heart has been so broken
since the day you had to go
and the memories I treasure dearly
are in the tears that still flow
Your in my thoughts everyday and thats how it will always be
for you may be up in heaven now
But you will always be with me

I am sending a dove to heaven with a parcel on its wings
be careful when you open it
It's full of some beautiful things
inside are a million kisses wrapped up in a million hugs
To say how much I miss you and how your resting easy now far from up above .

Uncle to all the blessings I have received in life whether they were big or small
but having you as a Uncle was the greatest one of all .
all the laughter, jokes, smirks and grins
I was fortunate to have memories that I now cherish within
I have lost not only an Uncle, But also have lost a friend
I know that someday when I am called home that we will meet again
Always in our Hearts, & Always with us everyday
We are all at a loss more then words can say
Rest Easy Uncle Larry , I Will Miss You Lots.

Rest Easy : Larry Raymond Clause
~Your Nephew Kevin Clause
Sending Hugs & Love To All My Family During This Time
Love You All!!
Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to Larry’s family.
Posted by Charlene Nuttycombe on
I just heard & am so sorry to hear. Heartfelt condolences to Larry's family, to Reva & rest of his family. Rest in peace my friend, much love & support from the Nuttycombes. Larry will be missed.
Posted by Carole Curley Kerekes on
My sincere condolences to Larry’s family. Larry has always been in my heart as a great friend, and cousin.
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