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Obituary of Clarence John Lummerding

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Clarence was born October 17, 1942 to John & Hedwiz Lummerding one of twelve children. He was raised on the family farm, he took his schooling at a Country School Sacriston.
At age twenty one Clarence left to work in Regina with the CN.
1n 1963 he met the love of his life Elaine Marie Connor, they married on July17, 1965 to this union two children were born: Vincent and Sharon.
In 1969 he went to Siast in Moose Jaw to become a Journeyman Carpenter. He had various jobs throughout the province, he also worked for Buffalo Construction, Birds and Newells Construction.
Clarence had a great love for the outdoors anything to do with nature. He enjoyed hunting, fishing snowmobiling and quadding. He loved to visit with people and take early morning drives into town to share a cup of coffee with friends.
Clarence is survived by his loving wife of 58 years Elaine, his son Vincent and daughter Sharon (Martin) Thoresen. Grandchildren Michelle, McKayla and Jennifer. His two sisters Beatrice and Janet. Numerous relatives and friends.
He was predeceased by his parents, his sisters Caroline, Louise, Elvera, Bernice and Linda. His brothers Wilford, Arthur, Richard and Victor as well as sisters and brothers-in-law.

Memorial contributions in memory of Clarence may be directed to St. Pauls Hospital ICU, Saskatchewan Heart & Stroke Foundation and/or Canadian Diabetes Association.

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Mass of Christian Burial

1:00 pm
Tuesday, August 8, 2023
St. Brieux R.C. Church
120 Barbier Dr.
St. Brieux , Saskatchewan, Canada

Rite of Committal

Mount Pleasant Cemetery
S.E. 11-45-19-2
Melfort, Saskatchewan, Canada
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