Clynton Patrick Woyewoda
March 17, 1958 – January 27, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that the family of Clynton Woyewoda announces his passing on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at the age of 62 years.
Clynton was born on St. Patrick’s Day March 17, 1958 in Edmonton, Alberta. His first home was in Rochfort Bridge, then Mayerthorpe, and in 1967 moving to Whitecourt, Alberta. Clynton had many gifts and talents. He was meticulous with attention to detail in his work ethic and his ability to organize, even his handwriting. With his mechanical mind, it steered him towards if there is a will there is a way.
A hobby of his was participating in any kind of conversation. The great outdoors, including fishing, hunting, camping, the Boy Scouts and First Aid, motorcycles, computers, hockey, and sports (including touch football on the front lawn) were apart of his life. He also took tap dancing lessons and known by few, he always wanted to be a professional tap dancer.
Clynton enjoyed his work and had very fond memories at Miller Western Pulp Mill where he worked as a Licensed Instrumentation Electrical Tech. He also loved his community volunteer work where he dedicated his time to the Catholic School Board and as a term of the Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus. He was very loyal to multiple organizations in the community and over the years these organizations reciprocated their support to him.
Clynton was a man who enjoyed his music. It was a huge part of his life as he grew up in a musical family and learnt the accordion, and fabulously played guitar by ear proudly on his Gibson Thunderbird Guitar. His first band jams were played in the Woyewoda Band in the family living room. The jam sessions playing with his buddies were thoroughly enjoyed and they would often play at the Rivers Hotel. A song to remember him by would be “My sacrifice” by Creed.
Clynton will be lovingly remembered by his father Michael Woyewoda (predeceased) and his mother Donna Woyewoda; children, Evania Woyewoda, Chris (Melissa) Woyewoda, Stacey (Ricky Devea) Woyewoda and Bonnie Woyewoda; grandchildren, Vanessa, Michael, Grayson, Dylan, and Kohen; siblings Denise Olson, her children and grandchildren and Kevin (Myrna) Woyewoda and their children as well as numerous uncles, aunts and cousins who loved him very much.
He will be greatly missed by the community of Whitecourt for all the love and warmth that they provided. The family would like to express their appreciation to those who assisted him in his journey. Also, a special thank you to the Soaring Eagle Support Society, Tennille’s Hope, Twice Is Nice and to the staff at Seven Eleven for all their love and support towards Clynton.
If friends so desire, memorial contributions may be made directly to the Soaring Eagle Support Society, Chronic Pain Association of Canada, Alberta Mental Health, Tennille’s Hope or Twice is Nice. Condolences may be sent to www.affinityfuneralservice.ca
Actually, Yes. You do.
As soon as you "PASS" through the veil -that is death-
You become a part of something greater... You step back into your higher self,
in the higher dimensions where....
We are all angels.
Arrangements in care of Joelle Valliere and Mykenna Cabral at:
Affinity Funeral Service
#1 4105 41st Avenue, Whitecourt, Alberta
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