November 17, 1953 – March 14, 2022
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved father, grandfather and brother Clifford on March 14, 2022, at Pine Falls Hospital.
Clifford was predeceased by his parents Clifford and Mary Joseph; son Clifford; brothers Tommy, Brian, Bradley and Ray; sister Marcia; and brother-in-law Tony.
Lovingly remembered and survived by his children Nicholas and Felicia; grandchildren Shyla “Little Joe”, Sierra, Axtin and Harmonie; sisters Diane (Donnie), Debbie (Anthony), Colleen (Don) and Verna; brother-in-law Sonny; as well as numerous nephews, nieces and friends.
Clifford was very active in fishing and hunting. He grew up fishing with his dad and became a commercial fisherman himself. He worked at the Pine Falls Mill for over 40 years before his retirement.
The family would like to extend their gratitude to Clifford’s friends for their love, care and support of Clifford and Shyla over the past few years.
As per Clifford’s wishes, cremation has taken place and no formal service is planned.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Clifford’s name can be made to Cancer Care Manitoba; 675 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0V9, or to a charity of your choice.
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My condolence to the family. RIP Clifford.
I am sooooooo very sad to here this , I will miss going to see him in the summer time at his place ! It was always such fun visiting him and walking through his garden.., He was always so good to us girls when we went there , and he was always so happy to see his Auntie Irene… We always felt the love that came from him and he always welcomed us into his yard and home with such warmth and of course BIG HUGS . I will surely miss going there , it was like a going back home feeling . It’s with my deepest sincere condolences to the family, and my prayers that I can only imagine how heartbroken you are all going through…
Denice Joseph Franco
Condolences to family and friends, Clifford always had his door open to our family, his big smile and happy face was always happy to see us especially when we had his Auntie Irene with us ,he would share family history . He never let us leave empty-handed, sharing his fish and vegetables from his garden. And letting us park our car at his place so we could spend time walking around the North Shore . Rest in peace cousin Clifford going to really miss all of the above, the best gardener ever. Love Denice and your auntie Irene.
It was a pleasure to have worked with him on the paper machines. He would often call me to ask a question and he would always apologize for calling me at home with such a dumb question, they were never dumb and usually something that I forgot to pass along to the night shift.
Sincere condolences to the Joseph family on the loss of their loved one Clifford Jr.
May the memories you have get you through the days and weeks ahead. May he
rest in peace.
Ed & Maureen Paskaruk
Kim De Vloo
Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Clifford. Rest In Peace cousin Little Cliff
Cliff Anderson JR
I remember how welcoming he was no matter when I showed up unannounced. Rest In Peace.
Clifford’s family would like to thank his friends for your kindness and condolences.
He loved growing up and living at Victoria Beach.
His heart and soul will always be there.
RIP Kip, we love you.
I saw Clifford as someone with many talents. He was kind sincere and yes very direct. He made me laugh which to me is good medicine.
May you Rest In Peace Clifford.
My deepest condolences to the family.
I can’t believe I just read about Cliffs passing almost a year ago. My dad Bill and Cliffs mom Mary were 1st cousins. As a young fellow I remember the rides to Victoria Beach to visit our cousins. Out on the lake for boat rides to Elk Island to pick blueberries. I was blessed to see some of my cousins more often when they came to school in Selkirk. I remember Tommy picking up Clifford and me at the Comp in his red convertable and smoking the tires in front of the school. Awesome.Those times were special. Last time i talked with Clifford was at the Birchwood Hotel when I was working on PTH 59 at Traverse Bay. I know the past few years were hard on Cliff and his family. Our condolences to Cliffords immediate family and sisters Verna Debbie Collen and Diane, love you all. ❤
Don and Debbie Paskaruk