DANIELS, CLYDE EDWARD – December 8, 1928 – February 11, 2015. Clyde was born in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia. He moved to Pelham where he found a job at a canning factory and then at E. S. Fox. Clyde worked at E. S. Fox for many years as a sheet metal mechanic and didn’t hang up his tools until he was 70. Predeceased by his wife Shirley (2001) and brothers Harold and Clarence. Father to Mary Ann Fee (Jeffrey), Sharon, and Tracy Osborne-Ringler (Terry). Clyde was a resident of Ridgeville until he was 85, then moved to the Orchards Retirement Residence for the past year and a half. Brother to Helene MacCartney, Scarborough, Alice Fraser, Hopewell Nova Scotia, and Joyce Gill, Anaheim California. Cremation has taken place. The family will receive friends at the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick on Saturday February 14, 2015 from 11:00 to 12:30 P.M. A Memorial Service will follow at 12:30 P.M. Memorial Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
11 thoughts on “CLYDE EDWARD DANIELS”
Mary Ann ,Tracey,,Sharon, My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. knowing that now he is at rest and at peace in a better place.
We had many good times together,they will be treasured. He was a wonderful brother. Remember the good times
From all of us here at The Orchards Retirement Residence, we would like to express our deepest sympathies to all of Clyde’s family and friends. Clyde has become a part of our “family” here, and he will be truly missed.
We have great memories of Clyde when he came to visit his family here in Nova Scotia. He was a very talented man with his hands, making or fixing just about anything. He had a curious turn of mind, wondering about and researching whatever came across his mind. God bless.
We cherish our memories of Clyde. While he was with Audrey he became a happy addition to our family. Our heartfelt condolences to his family.
He will be deeply missed
Mary Anne, Sharon and Tracy,
just a note to let you know we are thinking of you.
We will all miss him.
My sympathy to my cousins at the loss of your father. Clyde was a good man, and my favourite uncle. May he rest in peace.
To my Family in Canada I am sending my deepest sympathy to all of you .We had so many special moments and memories that we all hold dear in our hearts forever. My Uncle had so many fun trips to California and we had so much fun when he was with us. His favorite was his cocktail hour in my Mom’s garage or in the backyard around the pool . He had the snacks and drinks ready every afternoon right around 5 PM. I remember them all sitting around and laughing together .
He was Mom’s handy man as well . Uncle Clyde could not just sit around and do nothing , so Mom would have a list waiting for him when he arrived . He would get right to it because the joy for him was in helping her . He would make sure his sisters were well taken care of !!!!
It was always hard to let him go back home, but we knew we would see him again soon. Such as now , I know in my heart we will see him again .
Joyce and Carole are sending many hugs and I hope the days ahead bring you comfort.
come to me , all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.
Uncle Clyde was such a fun addition at my grandfather Harold’s summer cottage, during his trips to NS. My memories of him are fond. My condolences to all.
My heartfelt condolences to Clyde’s daughters, sisters, family and friends. Clyde was a great uncle to have! He always carried a smile with him and was eager to share it with whoever came his way. Clyde’s gentle soul will be greatly missed! I shall raise a glass in Clyde’s honor!
My thoughts and love are with you at this time.
My heart is also broken at the loss of Clyde.
My Brother My Friend.
He was soo helpful to me and much fun.
He liked to laugh.
Thankful now he is at rest.
We will remember the happy times.
Sharon and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Your friends from Norwood Public School