Obituary of Victor Keith Clark
Victor Keith Clark was born on August 17, 1938 in Sudbury Ontario. Son of Keith and Patricia(Norrad) Clark. Husband of Barbara(Legere) Clark. Passed away peacefully at Pine Grove Nursing home March 31, 2021.
Survived by sons Lonnie (Vanessa), Rod (Denise), Michael (kim), daughter Angie (Kevin) Thompson. Nephew Troy (Joanne) Moore. Brother in law Victor Goguen. Sister in law Charlotte Clark. Grand children. Jay (Cheyenne) Clark. Brittany (Mark) Burns, Christie (Chris) Ward. Gillian (Eric Neilson) Clark. Adam Clark, Madison Clark. Ava Thompson. And 9 great grand children.
Pre deceased by his parents. Keith and Patricia Clark. In laws. Fred and Liz Legere. Sister and brothers in law. Dorothy and Curt Moore and Donna Goguen. He will be sadly missed by many friends particularly special friends Cyril Bridges and Myles Dufour.
Victor was a proud employee of NB power for 32 years. A job that brought him to Dalhousie, Chatham, Grand lake and head office in Fredericton. Victor was a true outdoors man. Nothing pleased him more than doing what he loved. Fishing, hunting, farming and trapping. He loved being in the woods of salmon river and on the farm at Grand Lake. Victor also enjoyed sports. He excelled at softball, basketball, track and field and bowling. He loved his bowling trips and keeping the team in line. He was a proud member of the Minto Sports wall of fame.
Victor lived most of his life on the shores of Sunnyside beach, Grand lake. He was extremely proud of the family farm. When he wasn’t found farming or milling, he could be found in the woods of salmon river.
The love of his life Barb (The Queen) spent 63 wonderful years together. They enjoyed their time at all the hockey rinks throughout the province. Family was a big part of his life. He was proud of his children, grandchildren and great grand children. When a name escaped him you were George, son, or varmit.
The family want to thank the staff and administration of Pine Grove nursing home who provided excellent and compassionate care to Victor. Pine grove was his second home.
Due to covid restrictions there will be no funeral. Donations came be made to the Alzheimer’s society.