Clinton Zosimo M Lunty


Clinton Lunty, 30, of Edmonton, AB, passed away Thursday November 20, 2014.
He was born in Metro Manila, Philippines on August 4, 1984 to Dale and Belma Lunty.
Clinton was always active in the community, volunteering at many different establishments and participating in many different sports, along with Special Olympics. He loved God and loved being at his church. You could often find Clinton watching movies, cheering on the Oilers or Eskimos or singing worship, country or 90s pop tunes. He was a light in the world, a kind and caring man.

He leaves behind his brothers: Kenneth (Natalie), Carlos (Jacey) and Matthew. He also leaves behind 7 nieces and nephews: Hailey, Kiley, Aiden, Kian, Kaori, Rome and Miliana. He leaves to mourn numerous friends and family including his Grandma Edith.

Funeral Services will be held at First Filipino Alliance Church, 10115 – 79 Street NW, Edmonton, AB on Wednesday November 26, 2014 at 7:00 pm with a viewing at 6:00 pm. Burial will be at Merna United Church and Cemetery on Thursday November 27, 2014 at 3:00pm. Lunch will follow at Sedgewick Seniors Center.

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Sheila Rolfe

Dear Lunty family,

Please accept my sincerest sympathy on the passing of your beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, grandson, friend and community hero.

I met your son Clinton a couple of summers ago at a soccer tournament at the Griesbach field in Edmonton. He made a wonderful first impression on me, for I loved his gregarious sense of humour and his fantastic personality. My son Nicholas played soccer with Clinton and they also volunteered together.

May God bless you Clinton. You were a hero in the community and your smile is forever etched in my memory.

A very sad time for Nicholas and me.

Heartfelt condolences,

Sheila Rolfe.


I had the pleasure of skiing with this young man.

Clinton lived each day to the fullest, made me laugh countless times.

Still won’t forget going down to Jasper with Clinton. That was a great trip.

Coach Marie told me to take Clinton up the hill to ski, and we spent the whole time laughing instead of skiing.

Still won’t forget your first time you went through the gates and your cute little tuck position at the end.

I guess god needed another angel and couldn’t have asked for a better angel.

I can’t wait to see you in heaven and we can share a laugh.

Rest in peace buddy.

Danielle Husak

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