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Colin Clark

Colin Clark

Thursday, March 22nd, 1945 - Monday, March 25th, 2019
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Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather and Dear Friend to those he has left behind. Pre-deceased by his son, Steve Clark and succeeded by his loving wife Lesley June Clark, son Daren Clark, daughter in-law Jodi Arron, and grandson Jack Harrison Clark, Colin will be forever missed!

Having emigrated from the UK to Canada at an early age, Colin embraced the West Coast as his home. As a driven entrepreneur and family man, Colin ran his own hair salon in Dundarave, West Vancouver, named “The Londoner”, for many years.

Raising two children with his wife Lesley, he enjoyed an adventurous life here with winters in the mountains, and summers on the ocean.

A true pioneer and Larger than Life personality, Colin always left a lasting impression with whomever he came in contact.

We miss and love you dearly, dad! May you rest in peace and have strong winds and effortless powder days wherever you are!

Love always and forever, your family.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the ALS Society of Canada at the following link: www.als.ca

A Celebration of Life has been arranged for Sunday, April 28 starting at 2:00 PM at the Summit Lodge (Diamondhead Room) of the Sea to Sky Gondola in Squamish. Complimentary lift tickets to all attendees will be handed out at the base of the gondola starting at 1:15 PM that day. The event is open to all family and friends
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  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, April 28th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Sunday, April 28th, 2019 2:00pm
    Sea to Sky Gondola
    36800 Hwy 99
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Complimentary lift tickets to all attendees will be handed out at the base of the gondola starting at 1:15 PM that day. The event is open to all family and friends.


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Rosemary Burden

Posted at 12:22pm
Colin, I sure miss you ... all those stories about your family, sailing, dogs, adventures ... Larger than Life does describe you wonderfully. I always looked forward to catching up with news while having my hair cut. You were the Best stylist and a good friend. Rest in peace.

Pam & Terry Rigby

Posted at 04:11pm
Colin, for 53 years we have known you and we feel very blessed to have had you in our lives for so long. You and Lesley have
always been there for us since the very first time we all met. You were both in our wedding party 50 years ago and have always
been part of "our family" in Canada. We have had so many fun times along the way, we were all so young when we came to
Canada and were all out to conquer the world. Also over the years there have been sad time as well and we have helped each
othere get through them.
We will miss you so much Colin, you have left a big void in our lives. Keep watching over us from up there and remember
you will be in our hearts forever. Love always: Pam and Terry.

Larry Straith

Posted at 08:46pm
Sure miss you Buddy...Larger Than Life indeed. Always the best with your mischief in the chair, talks and smiles all around, proudly sharing your stories and photos. Our thoughts and love to your Family. Larry & Karen Straith

Elizabeth Pikksalu

Posted at 04:55pm
"Hey, you're standing in the pool! Then," I'm Colin Clark", our first neighbor and good friend over 40 years ago. Colin did build the pool! That's who he was- a man of action: an idea formed, plans were usually made and results happened. For him there was never a why shouldn't something be tried.
He and Lesley were fantastic hosts and their parties were sometimes legendary.
Not only were you a good friend Colin, but my stylist for most of those 40 years. We covered so many topics as you snipped away ( we never did agree on when you should stop) psychology, education, parenting and of course the brain. You were a life long learner who will be greatly missed for the life and laughter you shared with us all.
Rest easy my friend,
Tiit and Elizabeth

Chrislana Gregory

Posted at 02:45pm
Larger Than Life barely begins to describe you Colin! Your immense love for your family, your sense of humour, your curiosity about everything, your adventurous spirit, your full-on engagement with life, your skiing and sailing prowess - you will be deeply deeply missed. Thank you for over 30 years of the privilege of sitting in the chair while you worked wonders on my hair and my funny bone, and brightened up the world. The world tilted off kilter on March 25.
Chrislana Gregory

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