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1957 - 2019
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Obituary for Robert Clermont

Robert  Clermont
Robert William Andrew Clermont
1957- 2019

It is with sadness to share the sudden and unexpected passing of Robert (Rob/Robbie) William Andrew Clermont on December 6, 2019. He is predeceased by his father, George Don Clermont and survived by his mother Rose Clermont and his step-mother Mona Clermont, his sons Chaz McKay Clermont of Mattagami Reserve and Andrew Chenier Clermont of Timmins as well as his sisters Phyllis Clermont of Toronto, Irene Clermont of Timmins, Ann McGee (John) of Oro-Medonte and Dawn Clermont (Darcy) of Carp. Rob also leaves his nephews and nieces Shawn Clermont (Vanessa) of Timmins, James Chaput (Tina) of Toronto, Sarah McGee Lamoureux (Michel) of Caledon, Jonathan McGee (Madoka) of Port Credit, Justin McGee of Oro-Medonte, Camille Poulin of Carp, Isabelle Poulin of Carp, his cousins Loreen Boisvert and Brenda Montreuil (Ron) of Orleans and former brother-in-law, Leo Chaput of Timmins. Robbie loved his sons and his family and always spoke positively of them! He was a giving person who lived most of his 62 years in Timmins. He was a gentle and kind spirit, an entertaining story teller and quite charming! He was most content in the Northern outdoors where as an expert fisherman he knew of secret spots abundant with fish just waiting to be caught. These secret haunts and calm fishing days were shared mostly with his dear sister, Irene, and a few select friends. Rob was also a skilled carpenter who could build and repair anything. He was a reliable individual and anyone privileged by his work always spoke of its quality and excellence. Overall, Rob lived an eclectic life and lived it according to his own rules. Loved, liked and appreciated, Rob will be fondly remembered and deeply missed by everyone who knew him. A “Celebration of Life” to honour Rob, our father, our brother, our uncle and our friend will take place on the Mattagami River Reserve in the spring when the water once again will begin to flow. Donations, if desired, may be made to charities of your choice. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the

MIRON-WILSON FUNERAL HOME, Cremation and Reception Centre
150 Balsam St. S.

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