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CLARENCE HAYWARD MOLLONS (MOON)
Date of Passing: Jul 10, 2019Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
CLARENCE HAYWARD MOLLONS
Clarence served in the Canadian Armed Forces for 20 years, which included peace keeping missions in Cyprus. He went on to serve for 25 years with the RCMP until his retirement in 1994.
Clarence will be forever remembered by his son Shawn (Laurie) Mollons; daughter Tracey-Lynne (Michael) Schorn; grandchildren, Jennifer (Dennis) Sutton, Jessica (Ryan) Huffman, Shawn Jr., Meghan, Riley, Tyler, and great-granddaughter Addalynn; sister Betty (late Joe) Brown; brother Clyde (late Gertie) Mollons, sister-in-law Eleanor Mollons and many loving nieces and nephews.
Clarence was predeceased by his wife Sharon Adele Mollons; parents, Clarence and Esther Mollons; sister Lillian (Jack) Flood; and brother Bill Mollons.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba:
Bardal Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 13, 2019
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
Thank you Sharon and Moon are together. Two wonderful people who touched our life. Tracey and Shawn our heartfelt sympathy to you both. God Bless - Posted by: George and Janice Fotheringham (Friend ) on: Jul 26, 2019
Moon was a great friend to my Mom ànd Dad, Mike and Minnie Chaikoski. When my Dad was ill, Moon called him every day to chat and cheer him. There were many breakfasts out together when Sharon was alive and even after. Always well groomed and polished looking, he was ever the gentleman and a pleasure to be with. He will be missed by all who knew him. I am glad I got to know him a little.....my Mom and Dad will treasure the times they spent with your Dad. - Posted by: Joy Harrison (Family friend) on: Jul 16, 2019
I will miss our visits and lunches at Sorrentos. I am comforted that you're now reunited with Sharon, Hug her for me. Miss both of you very much. - Posted by: Eileen (Family friend) on: Jul 15, 2019
'Moon' was one of the most colourful and friendly members of the uniformed detachment of the RCMP when they patrolled the then Winnipeg International Airport. During my duties in a joint forces unit there, Moon's knowledge of the people and the workings of the airport was a great asset. He was very popular with all the airline and airport staff and his colleagues. His good public relations with travellers and visitors to the airport greatly promoted the image of the RCMP locally and internationally. - Posted by: R. G. (Dick) Hickling (Colleague and friend) on: Jul 14, 2019
Rest in Peace Uncle Moon - Posted by: Adeline Armstrong (Niece) on: Jul 13, 2019
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