May 24, 1947 – August 21, 2020
Pegg, Clarke Russell – My heart is broken and tears continue to flow announcing Clarke Russell Pegg of Dundas, Ontario, the love of my life in his 74th year, passed away Friday morning, August 21, 2020 at home with his wife by his side after a challenging battle with cancer. Born in Hamilton, Ontario and grew up in Ancaster. Predeceased by parents Jean (Norsworthy) and Russell (Rusty) Pegg. He will be deeply missed by his wife and life partner, of over 36 years, Susan Pegg (Smith) and (fur-babies) Gracie and Katey. He will be lovingly remembered by his sisters Lana Costigan (Jack) of Port Dover and Lee Marcucci (John) of Mississauga and family. Thank you for the love and support to our very dear friends, especially during these last months. Thank you to the doctors, nurses and his team of health care providers over this past year, starting with family physicians, Dr. Goebel and Dr. Boutin; Dr. Hotte at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, and Dr. Shayegan at St. Joseph’s for their valliant efforts. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Juravinski Cancer Centre, St. Joseph’s Hospital Hamilton – Urology Dept. or Hamilton/Burlington SPCA. Cremation has taken place. Due to COVID restrictions, a private Service of Remembrance will take place at a future date.
Travelling the country by motorcycle with a friend creates a bond that is deep and strong. The places we went, the people we met, the things we did and the memories we made will be with me always. Adios my friend.
Susan our hearts are saddened by your loss & our thoughts & prayers are with you. Take comfort in your memories. Peace be to Clarke.
Love & hugs
Glenn & Anna Hogan
A true and long time friend he will be sorely missed. Rest in peace old buddy
Our most sincere condolences on you loss. Clarke was a lifetime friend and I will treasure our memories.
My deepest condolences to Susan and Clarke’s sisters. Hadn’t seen Clarke in many years but always remembered him from high school and Ancaster. RIP Clarke.
My deepest condolences to Susan and the family. Clarke was a great person and a wonderful boss back in the day. He will be missed
Susan, our deepest condolences to you and Clarke’s sisters. He was a great friend to many, and a loving and devoted husband to you. He was a shoulder for me to lean on when times were tough, and I’ll always remember him for that. A true friend indeed.
May he Rest In Peace.
Greg & Bonnie Thompson
Clarkie was one of the best. He will be missed. Pat and Jean Quigley
Susan please accept our deepest condolences on Clarke’s passing. You are in our prayers and thoughts during this difficult time. Take care
Fred & Dolores Potter
Our hearts are broken at the loss of our dear friend. He will be sadly missed.
Rest in peace big brother.
Clarke, Dad always reminded us to never say… “Goodbye.”
So today, I’ll repeat his words of wisdom.
“So long for now!”
Until we meet again
Your li’l sister
Sue, we are so sorry for your loss. We just found out …words will not describe things at this time, and I know that you understand how we can say this. Both you and Clarke have been friends to Heather and I for a long time and he will be truly missed in this town and I will especially miss his visits and complaining at the shop.
We are here to listen anytime….Jeff and Heather Taylor
Sue, I am so sorry to hear of Clarkes’ passing. I worked with Clarke when he was with Auto Paint Supply in Hamilton 20 years ago. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Susan, your man has been a true friend for many, many years, Since the days as 16 year old care free young men working at Farrars Mens Wear, dressed to kill and ready for anything to our most recent sit down a few short moths ago I will always cherish the memories as well as the opportunity to visit with you. My prayers and thought go out to you. He will be truly missed.