Clarence Anton Schopf

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It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our beloved husband, father and grandfather Clarence Schopf, who passed away on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at the age of 70 years.

He is lovingly remembered his wife Sharon; sons: Chad (Claudine) of Beiseker, AB and Allan (Kim) of St. Albert, AB; daughter Kristyn (Bruce) Wildeman; grandchildren: Aiden Schopf, Nicholas Schopf, Reese Wildeman and Brooke Wildeman; sisters: Lovanna Parrill of Calgary, AB and Madeline (Ernie) Skjerpen of Estevan, SK, many aunts, uncles and cousins. Clarence was predeceased by his father, Anton on May 6, 1977 and mother, Anna on April 19, 2010.

An informal gathering with a prayer for Clarence’s urn will be held for family and friends from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Sunday, January 10, 2016 at Serenity Funeral Service, 5311 – 91 Street NW, Edmonton. The family would like to extend a sincere thank you to the wonderful staff at the Grey Nuns Hospital who cared so much for Clarence during his time there.

If friends so desire donations may be made to the Alberta Lung Association.

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Shirley Peterson

Memories are made with love in our hearts, lots of good times though out the years. Love Gary & Shirley

Kaye Potter

Clarence…you have left such wonderful memories for all of us. Mine are safely tucked away in my heart. May your soul be at peace knowing you have impacted so many of our lives. Our family chain has lost another link only to be reconnected with the family chain of loved ones lost. Will miss you terribly :blue_heart:

Jo Ann Schopf

Dear Sharon & Family:

My thoughts and prayers are with during this difficult time. You have many good memories to treasure and sustain you. I feel so blessed to have had the priviledge to visit with him and say my goodbyes while in Edmonton. He also shared a special place in Albert’s and my Hearts.

Love, Jo Ann

Ed & Millie Chibri

Our sympathy to all the family. Such fond memories of time spent together many years ago and even down here in Arizona.

Pat & Léo Levack

Clarence always made us feel welcome whenever we came for a visit. He loved to play cards and we had a great time at the lake and being there for the kids weddings. His first question when ever we talked on the phone was “Are you or Sharon paying for this call” lol! He will be missed, deepest sympathies to the whole family. Love from Léo and Pat.

Anna and Marshall Gaston

Yellow for the desert sands and our memories of Arizona. That cold beer sure was appreciated, Clarence!

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