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Saunders – Clive Roland, age 87, of Liverpool, Queens County, passed away on Saturday, May 13, 2023, at home.
Born in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England, Clive was a son of the late Stanley and Winnifred (Beales) Saunders.
Clive was a member of the Liverpool Kinsmen Club.
Clive is survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Lydia (Empson); sons, Paul (Tracy) of Middlefield, Bradley (Bex) of Upper Tantallon; grand children, Elliott, Oliver, India and Jude; great granddaughter, Annabelle; sister, Vivienne (Michael) Williams of Framingham Earl, Norfolk, England; brother, Norman of Norwich, England.
Besides his parents, Clive was predeceased by a brother, Morley.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool, NS. A celebration of Clive’s life will be held at 11:30 am on Wednesday, May 31st, 2023, followed by a reception, all from Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. No flowers by request, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. To share memories or condolences, please visit www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Dear Paul and Tracy & family,
We are so sorry for your loss and send our deepest sympathy. We will always remember Clive for his wonderful smile.
Frank and Sandra and Bessie
Lydia and family, so sorry for your loss. We have fond memories of Clive from when we lived there.
Thinking of you
Barbera and Simon Eldon
To Lydia and all the family
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Clive’s passing.Even though I only got to talk with him occasionally you quickly could see Clive was a vert intelligent, pleasant and engaging man with a wonderful smile. He certainly loved England but I was always impressed how he embraced Canada and the community of Liverpool where he quickly became a valued member volunteering for this cause or that. He was a special person. My sincere condolences to you, Lydia, and all of your family.
So sorry to hear about your dad, Brad. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
Joyce and DANNIE
Lydia and family, We are so sorry for you.
Lydia, Paul, Tracy and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Clive’s passing. He was a fine gentleman and I so enjoyed chatting with him whenever we had the opportunity to meet. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Terri and Brad Longmire
I am so sorry to hear of Clive’s passing. He was a wonderful man who will be greatly missed by everyone. Brad and I send our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Lisa & Danny
We are both so deeply sorry to know that after your many adventures with Clive during 65 years of marriage, you now must endure your next wonderful moments without him.
I do believe that Clive will still be lovingly and proudly be watching over you all.
May you find great comfort in all your many many memories of Clive.
Lisa & Danny Profitt (Tantallon)
Jim and Liz Fraelic
Paul and Tracy – Jim amd I both send our sincere condolences on the passing of Paul’s father. Our sympathies to your whole family.
Allan and Beth LaRocque
Lydia and Family
We are very sorry to hear of Clive passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Marg Millard, Steve Hupman
Our deepest sympathies to you, Lydia, and your family.
Brad and Bex. Sorry to hear of passing of you father. Even though I only met him a couple of times at the football games, the respect between the two of you was evident but not sure if he could distinguish the difference between “footie” and real football. Our sincere condolences to you and all the family
With very best wishes from Mary and Jane Brind of Preston, Lancashire, England. Our families have been connected over 65 years as our parents met Clive and Lydia in Boston, Lincolnshire in the 1950’s. We have fond memories of Clive, recalling his engaging smile, dedication to his family and long-standing commitment to agricultural cooperatives as well as to many charitable endeavours.
We send love to Lydia, Paul and Bradley and the whole family.
Lydia, Daphne and I were very saddened to learn from you that Clive had passed away We have so many fond memories formed over more than 45 years!
I was privileged to have such a man as Clive as my mentor and boss -he set high standards but was always ready with advice and a smile
We are so glad we were able to take the opportunity to visit you both in Liverpool a few years ago
Our thoughts and sympathies go to you all
Joan and Gerald
I feel your sadness at losing Clive he was so special and the fun we had next door in ratten lane table tennis and cards such happy memories Our thoughts and sympathy are with you at this sad tune.
John and Carole Wrigley
So sad to lose a good friend and sports fan. We will always remember him for his love of cricket and football.
A true gentleman. Clive and I attended the same school in England and my fondest memory is singing the school song in Latin with him.
Our thoughts are with Lydia and the family.
Floreat Bostona Floreant priores old friend.
Joan Marguerite Crabtree
To Lydia and Family
So sorry I can’t join in with you on Wednesday morning.
I read out the Obituary before the Morning Service last Sunday and made an entry in the Prayer Book..
As you can probably imagine there aren’t many left with any memories of Clive but those of us that do remember have only fond memories of a true gentleman with a lovely wife and family.
You will be in our prayers tomorrow.
Wishing you peace and strength in the days ahead.
PENWORTHAM BRIDGE METHODIST CHURCH
Dear Lydia and family,
How sorry we are to hear of Clive’s passing and our thoughts and prayers are very much with you at this sad time.
You were both such valued members of our Penwortham Methodist Church family and your support for all we did was truly valued. We both remember Clive as a true gentleman with an engaging smile, a willingness to help out in any way he could and the most generous of hosts. Sending our sincere condolences – Irene and Michael Sidgreaves xx
Our heartfelt condolences to Lydia and family. May peace be with you and memories cherished. All our love,
Amanda (Wrigley) and Chris or North Delta British Columbia