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Clifford Weaver

Clifford Carl Weaver

Sunday, July 11th, 1937 - Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Clifford Carl Weaver, of Peterborough, passed away at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at the age of 82.

Cliff began his teaching career at Trent University and Peterborough Teachers’ College and then taught for 35 years at Fanshawe College in London until his retirement.

Beloved husband of Susan (nee Williamson). Loving father of Mike (Lori) of London and Karen Glassey of Edmonton. Cherished grandfather of Megan and Alex. He is also survived by his brothers Lloyd Weaver and Dan Weaver, both of Chatham.

Cliff is predeceased by his parents Carl and Ruby (nee Churcher) Weaver.

Cremation has taken place and a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Memorial donations to the St. James United Church, Peterborough – Building Fund would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy and may be made through Cameron’s Cremation & Funeral Services. www.cameronfuneralhomes.com
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    Location
    Walkerton Cemetery
    Address
    115 Cemetery Road
    Walkerton, Ontario N0G 2V0
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Donations are being accepted for: ST. JAMES UNITED CHURCH.

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Felicity Morgan

Posted at 04:40pm
Dear Susan: I'm very sad to hear this news; I always enjoyed talking with Cliff back when we were at UTSC together. I hope that the good years you had together can help you during this time.
MB

Marg Bushell

Posted at 10:51am
I have many fond memories of Cliff and appreciate him for teaching me skills that led me to a career of many years of enjoyment in library service. He was always approachable, fair, caring and he had a good sense of humour in our class of 1971-73. My heartfelt to Sue and his family on the loss of Cliff.
LD

Lori Dengler

Posted at 12:11pm
My deepest condolences Sue. Cliff helped me find my way at a time when I really needed guidance. Lori Dengler
LJ

Lee Jasper

Posted at 04:24pm
Our utmost condolences to Sue and family.

Cliff was a long-time colleague and friend at Fanshawe College. He taught in and became the co-ordinator of the Library Technician programme. He played a leading role in the development and maturation of the College’s student counselling service. He was one of the driving forces in the formation of the Ontario College Counsellors. We completed our doctorates together in the same area of research, correlates of student success. We were of similar mind on most things that mattered. Cliff was reflective and would thoroughly ruminate on matters, listening intently to everyone’s point of view. Then like his doppelganger, Abe Lincoln, he would stroke his chin, sum things up and suggest a solution to whatever dilemma was under discussion.

Cliff’s persona was the Owl and it was displayed on his personalized licence plates. He became known as Dr. Owl and that fitted his twitching (birding) hobby with Sue. We spent a day observing raptors at Hawk Cliff near Port Stanley one October day. I’ll not forget the time that Cliff and Sue sped down the #401 from Peterborough in what became a vain attempt to reach Point Pelee. The occasion was to see a magnificent Frigatebird that had found its way there, blown off course by strong winds up the Mississippi River Valley. The gangly bird had departed before they arrived.

Cherish the wonderful memories.

Marion and I hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

Lee Jasper
SD

Sandra Detering

Posted at 08:24pm
I am so sorry to hear of Cliff's passing and will miss seeing him at Fanshawe Retiree Events. My heartfelt condolences to you at this time. Sympathies from the Fanshawe College Retirees' Association
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